Six months ago, cross-border health-care worker Torry Robertson of LaSalle, Ont. contracted COVID-19 — leading to diagnoses of renal failure, MRSA and bacterial pneumonia and almost 40 days connected to a ventilator. But Friday, he was finally given the green light to go home, with neighbours, friends and family members cheering him on.
A localized state of emergency has been lifted in Kingsville, five days after emergency crews first attended to the site of a gas leak in the town.
Just three days after Windsor-Essex marked its first case of COVID-19 in a school, a second case has emerged in the region — this time, at a Catholic high school in the French board.
Diane Costello, a colorectal cancer patient in Windsor, Ont. has gotten her dying wish to see her U.S. parents one last time.
The University of Windsor has decided to continue with online classes going into the winter 2021 semester.
The first ever WIFF Under the Stars just wrapped up.
The Windsor Essex County Health Unit is hiring 19 nurses to fill positions in schools to help with the pandemic.
Just more than a week from now, the Canada Emergency Response Benefit will wind down — and the change has some fearing many Canadians will slip through the cracks. Most recipients will still be able to get government support, just not as much.
A Windsor woman — whose dying mother’s wish is to see her American parents one last time — and local MP are calling for an improved family reunification process during the Canada-U.S. border closure, after a CBC News investigation found a top Donald Trump donor was granted a special entry exemption into Canada last month.
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The driver of a vehicle involved in a collision with a tractor trailer on Highway 401 near Chatham has died.
Here’s what you need to know about COVID-19 in Windsor-Essex on Thursday, September 17.
A realignment of Banwell Road with Concession 11 in Tecumseh is finally going to go ahead, 18 years after it was first agreed upon by the County of Essex.
Walker Hounsell started Grade 5 this week and says while it’s safer for him to learn from home, he has fond memories of the social aspect of attending school in-person.
About 20 students at Stella Maris Catholic Elementary in Amherstburg were sent home to self-isolate Tuesday after one of their classmates tested positive for the coronavirus. The case is the Windsor-Essex region’s first at an elementary school since schools reopened last Thursday.
Windsor Regional Hospital is buying a new machine that produces results of COVID-19 tests in less than one hour.
The news that Windsor YMCA would be closing due to COVID-19 came as a complete “shock” to staff members who found out Tuesday, devastated to lose the community hub.
Here’s what you need to know about COVID-19 in Windsor-Essex on Wednesday, September 16.
The number of life-saving naloxone kits being distributed in Windsor has seen a significant drop since the COVID-19 pandemic began in March, while overdose-related emergency department visits — and deaths — appear to be increasing.
Opening Windsor Regional Hospital’s second COVID-19 testing site at St. Clair College has reduced wait times, according to officials.
Just one year after competing in her first professional fight, Randi Field of Windsor, Ont. has signed a multi-fight deal with Bellator MMA.
Stella Maris Catholic Elementary School has reported one confirmed case, prompting the closure of a classroom.
The University of Windsor has been informed by the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit that an off-campus student has tested positive for COVID-19, officials say.
Essex County OPP have arrested and charged a Windsor woman in relation to an overdose death.
If plans before city council go forward, the population of Windsor’s downtown could grow by thousands.
The wife of an inmate at the South West Detention Centre is concerned that the jail is not taking proper precautions to protect everyone from COVID-19, after the Ministry of the Solicitor General confirmed one of the inmates has been infected with the virus.
Here’s what you need to know about COVID-19 in Windsor-Essex on Tuesday, September 15.
The first day of school for many secondary students in Windsor-Essex was riddled with confusion as many spent the day trying to figure out their schedules — and whether they should be at school or at home.
The City of Windsor will support an Isolation and Recovery Centre in the city for agri-farm workers during the pandemic, but only if the province or federal government agrees, in writing, to fully fund the operation — a decision made during Monday’s council meeting.
You can expect to see more cannabis crossing into the town of Tecumseh now that Peak Processing Solutions has received their cannabis processors license — making it the first licensed cannabis-infused facility in town.
Trans advocate Jayce Carver said she believes Igor Dzaic should drop out of the Ward 7 election after his “transphobic” tweet came to light.
According to BusKids which oversees the region’s student transportation services, a little more than 31,000 students boarded the school bus last year. This year, that number has declined by about 10,000.
Ontario Provincial Police are seeking witnesses following a serious crash that saw two people ejected from an SUV after it hit a tree.