A 31-year-old Windsor man has been awarded $17,800 in compensation for a 2010 assault in front of a downtown club that nearly cost him his life in a case that stands as a cautionary tale about the hazards of the downtown bar scene.
It took years of living in an over-capacity animal shelter and 24 hours on-board commercial flights, but four dogs from Lebanon will finally get to find forever homes in the Windsor area.
Environmentalists who have waged a seven-year battle against a developer’s plan for a big-box commercial project at the doorstep of the Ojibway Prairie Complex lost a last-time ditch appeal to city council Monday night.
What do a toothbrush, a flute, a weed-wacker, 632 chocolate bars and about 100 bicycles have in common?
They were just some of the items up for grabs at an auction held Saturday by the Windsor Police Service.
Festival season ramped into high gear on the weekend, with Summerfest taking over the riverfront and Carrousel of the Nations bringing its unique culture flavour to locales throughout the city.
Members of Parliament just got a raise and an increase to their travel expense accounts, but they say schlepping to and from Ottawa isn’t all champagne and caviar.
A 35-year-old mother and her 14-year-old daughter walking on the sidewalk Sunday morning on Victoria Avenue suffered broken bones after a car travelling at a high rate of speed jumped the curb and struck them, police say.
Windsor took centre stage Thursday as police from across the province executed a series of pre-dawn raids, stabbing at the heart of a notorious Toronto street gang involved in murder, drug trafficking and gun smuggling.
Ruthven native Alex Gow had always planned to become a physician. In the fall her dream will come true when she joins the Leamington and Area Family Health Team as a family doctor and will be one of 20 physicians to take up a new practice in Essex County.