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Overnight Fire In Wheatley

About $200,000 worth of property is still intact in Wheatley thanks to fire crews from Leamington and Chatham-Kent.

Looking For Year Round Production

A number of Ontario greenhouse operators would like to grow plants year round, and are hoping for a break in the cost of energy to let them do that.

NDP candidate in Windsor-Tecumseh, Percy Hatfield, at his campaign headquarters on May 17, 2014. (Photo by Ricardo Veneza)

Polling Numbers Not Worrying Hatfield

The NDP’s candidate in Windsor-Tecumseh, Percy Hatfield, isn’t concerned with polls projecting his party finishing third in the provincial election.

Hundreds of people attend a memorial service in Windsor for legendary Canadian writer Alistair MacLeod on May 17, 2014. (Photo by Ricardo Veneza)

Windsor Remembers Alistair MacLeod

A public ceremony celebrating legendary Canadian writer and University of Windsor professor emeritus Alistair MacLeod, who died on April 20, drew hundreds of people to remember the man.

Three Charged With Impaired Driving

Essex County Ontario Provincial Police have charged two men and a woman with impaired driving in connection with three separate incidents.

Windsor Beats Wallaceburg

The Windsor Clippers came on top 12-11 in a back and forth tilt against Wallaceburg in Jr. B Lacrosse action Friday night.

Windsor West MPP Teresa Piruzza speaks to media outside of the Schlegel Villages construction site.

Piruzza’s Priorities

Windsor West MPP Teresa Piruzza is laying out her platform for the coming provincial election.