With no hydrogen sulfide detected since June 4, officials in Chatham-Kent are looking to rescind a state of emergency and evacuation order that has stretched into two weeks.
Tens of thousands of Windsor-Essex residents will soon become eligible to book their final dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
Lauzon Parkway, a roadway that was recently named one of Windsor’s worst, is getting a $8.1-million facelift.
Windsor residents are invited to take part in an online survey looking at two potential locations for a consumption and treatment services site within the City of Windsor.
Jimbo, a contestant from the first season of Canada’s Drag Race, says a Windsor, Ont., shop’s refusal to feature an image of the drag queen on a cake could serve as an opportunity to educate people about the LGBTQ+ community and what it has to offer.
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The public health authority in Windsor-Essex reported seven new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, a case count in line with the recent trend of decreasing diagnoses.
Members of a group called Friends of Adie Knox are staging protests Thursday over the planned closure of the pool at the Adie Knox Herman Recreation Complex.
The chief of Walpole Island First Nation urging caution to the community after seeing a group of COVID-19 cases among children.
University of Toronto associate professor of economics Ambarish Chandra, who specializes in cross-border travel says the government should have started planning out border restrictions based on vaccine status months ago.
Hi! Neighbour Flooring Covering Company is leaving its original location after more than 75 years and moving across the city to Pillette road.
Hi! Neighbor Flooring Covering Company is leaving its original location after more than 75 years and moving across the city to Pillette road.
After a longstanding pattern of “anti-Black racism, bias and mistreatment,” a group representing more than 50 African, Black and Caribbean leaders and organizations in Windsor-Essex has sent a letter to the education minister requesting a diversity audit of the local public school board.
A group of landowners and other stakeholders are upset with Hydro One’s chosen route for a new high-voltage transmission line.
The Windsor-Essex medical officer of health thinks that the region is ready for looser COVID-19 restrictions, given the high vaccination rate and low case rates in the community.
Windsor-Essex residents who received their first COVID-19 vaccination outside of Ontario or Canada now have a way to book their final dose through the local public health unit.
A University of Windsor law professor says while it’s good that the province has pledged $10 million to identify and commemorate residential school burial sites, more action is needed to show that upper levels of government have taken full accountability for their role in the residential school system.
Beverly Jacobs says while it’s good that the province has pledged millions of dollars to identify and commemorate residential school burial sites, more action is needed to show that upper levels of government have taken full accountability for their role in the residential school system.
It’s been nearly two weeks since part of Wheatley was evacuated due to a gas leak, and there’s still no word on when residents can return to their homes.
Fewer than 100 cases of COVID-19 are active in Windsor-Essex as of Tuesday, marking another milestone in the pandemic’s downward trend.
A new mural in Windsor is taking a former bland wall on Tecumseh Road East in Windsor and turning it in to a vivid, eye catching display. It’s the latest in a series of murals that have gone up around the city.
Dr. Ryan Punambolam, medical director of the Enhanced District Stroke Centre of Windsor-Essex, is concerned about a growing hesitancy to seek help by people experiencing a mini-stroke.
Eight-year-old Windsor boy places fourth in his age group of a national mental mathematics contest.
After months of takeout and delivery only, outdoor dining resumed for the first time over the weekend in most of Ontario, including Windsor-Essex.
It’s been a year since Black Lives Matter protests landed in Windsor and Black community members say they don’t feel much has changed in the region.
A Wallaceburg couple recently rode every street in the town, all 107 kilometres of it.
A pair of retired organists in Chatham-Kent have been restoring an antique pipe organ they rescued from a church in Blenheim.