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Windsor drug trial halted after witness has jaw wired shut

A drug trial in Windsor ground to a halt Thursday after a witness for the prosecution was prevented from testifying because he had his jaw wired shut. 263 more words

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Developer seeks fee waiver for affordable seniors housing in Amherstburg

A Toronto developer wants Amherstburg to waive the development charge on a seniors’ affordable housing complex he plans to start building later this spring.

Steve Newman outlined the 32-unit, five-storey project slated for Pickering Drive for council this week. 483 more words

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Amherstburg approves of Snowbirds flypast

Amherstburg council will send a letter to the Canadian Forces Snowbirds authorizing a community flyover when the team is in the area for a May air show at Windsor Airport. 44 more words

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Amherstburg discloses 2016 treasurer's report

Helping to run the town of Amherstburg as its mayor garnered Aldo DiCarlo almost $49,000 in 2016.

DiCarlo earned $29, 500 as the mayor, another $11,600 for his service to county council and a further $7,600 for his work with Essex Power. 97 more words

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Grants available in celebration of Canada's 150th birthday

Local community groups planning projects in 2017 can apply for grants of up to $15,000 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Canada’s Confederation.

After approving nine grant requests totalling $100,000 in November, the WindsorEssex Community Foundation is again accepting applications. 118 more words

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Windsor man accused of high-speed flight from police with infant son in stolen car

A Windsor man is facing several charges after allegedly fleeing from Amherstburg officers at high speeds in a stolen car, while smashing into police cruisers and other objects with his infant son in the vehicle. 310 more words

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Tributes pour in for teen who died from injuries sustained in Amherstburg crash

Tributes from across the province are pouring in after a LaSalle teen died from injuries sustained in a crash last month.

The LaSalle Minor Hockey Association confirmed on Monday that Nick Dyer died on Sunday from injuries he sustained in a crash on Feb. 512 more words

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