After more thank four decades years, a staple of Windsor dining is closing its doors for good.
The story of a locked safe found in the walls of a now-demolished antique store in Harrow has come to a disappointing end.
Cross-border boaters in Windsor-Essex will find it easier to return to Canada as of Friday.
Some international students looking to finally come to Canada to attend post-secondary school say they’ve been waiting months for Ottawa to approve their study permits, putting their education and lives on hold. Some had already begun Canadian online learning.
A Leamington resident says receiving a new vehicle through the United Way’s Rebuilding Wheels Rebuilding Lives will open up new opportunities for her and her family.
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The deputy mayor of Pelee Township is hopeful a strike by the operators of ferries that provide access to Pelee Island will be averted.
The rising cost of living in Windsor is driving a surge in people visiting food banks in the city.
A safe found during the demolition of the former Harrow Antique Store in southwestern Ontario most likely belonged to a great grandfather of former Prime Minister Paul Martin.
A poster about enforcing dress codes in a LaSalle secondary school Grade 9 classroom has been taken down. In a statement, the Greater Essex County District School Board said the poster was taken down as soon as it was brought to the board’s attention.
Ontario’s NDP is alleging the Liberal party broke electoral rules when filing nomination papers for its Chatham-Kent-Leamington candidate.
CBC Windsor spoke to voters in the downtown core about their top election issue; transportation.
Voters in Windsor West wanted to know what candidates planned to do about health care
A Windsor, Ont. Grade 10 student is earning accolades for a new invention that could help people better manage diabetes.
The executive director of Windsor’s Downtown Mission said a large donation by a Muslim student group gives her hope for the future.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is reporting three new COVID-19 deaths in its service area.
As we near the end of spring, the COVID-19 situation in Ontario seems to be improving, but those considering crossing the border to Michigan should keep in mind the pandemic seems to be going the opposite way in the state.
With record high gas prices motorists are responding with cutting back on travel and buying more fuel efficient cars or E-Bikes.
From being concerned about moving out on their own, or buying a first home, or how to afford groceries as a senior, these Windsorites are sharing their top issues heading into the Ontario election.
Windsor is not yet out of the running for a new, $2.5 billion LG Chem plant, the company said.
The possibility of using wind turbines to supply southwestern Ontario greenhouses with clean electricity and hydrogen is the focus of a new pilot project.
Essex OPP are investigating after youth attending a dance hosted by a volunteer organization last week were shot with an airsoft gun that had been brought into the event.
Illegal marijuana grow operations most often crop up on the Ontario Provincial Police’s radar in Essex County, where farm workers are “almost every time” unaware of the criminals behind the cannabis, police told CBC News. A union rep says migrant workers are ‘easy targets’ for such ‘unscrupulous employers and criminals.’