The Windsor Police Service seized about $85,000 worth of illicit drugs from a McKay Avenue home this week.
A COVID-19-related closure will go on for a little longer at a Windsor elementary school.
Premier Doug Ford is calling on the Canadian government to implement border restrictions now that a new variant of COVID-19 has been identified.
The number of active cases of COVID-19 in Windsor-Essex continues to climb.
For the past five years, Harrow High has stood empty, but uncertainty surrounding the property’s future may be coming to an end.
If you’re not quite in the holiday spirit, some events planned over the weekend might help.
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing Steve Clark said it would identify opportunities for the province to collaborate with municipalities to address the crisis in affordable housing.
The 519 Podcast examines the story of Elizabeth Workman of Sarnia, who was hanged in 1873 for killing her abusive husband.
A total of five classes and two bus cohorts have been dismissed after five new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed at three local schools.
The City of Windsor Public Works department is sending out reminders to residents and motorists as they prepare for winter weather.