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Blood brothers: Bondy trio have donated more than 350 units of blood

The Bondy brothers are true blood brothers.

Between the trio who grew up in River Canard, they’ve donated blood 356 times.

“You can donate about six times a year so you can see the dedication from these three brothers which is truly amazing,” Canadian Blood Services territory manager Maureen Mcfarlane said Friday from the Windsor blood donor clinic. 464 more words


Amherstburg's proposed budget includes 9.26 per cent tax hike

Amherstburg taxpayers face a nearly double-digit rate hike if they hope to maintain services and address “significant capital needs over the next five years,” the town’s budget proposal suggests. 486 more words


Start summer job search now

If you’re a student looking for a summer job, you need to start searching now.

“It’s hard for the students but it’s not impossible,” Michel Brassard, a job developer for the Employment Options offices at College Boreal in Windsor, said Thursday. 571 more words


Professor studying how Amherstburg councillors gain public trust

Amherstburg, where infighting on council and battles with residents have been legend in recent years, is now the focus of a four-year study of how a municipal government gains the trust of its citizens. 786 more words


Libro Credit Union donates meat and eggs to food banks

The Libro Credit Union has donated about $30,000 worth of fresh meat and eggs to 33 food banks.

Some of the food banks benefiting from more than 10,000 pounds of meat and eggs are in Windsor, Amherstburg, Essex, Belle River, Kingsville, Leamington and Tilbury. 151 more words


Town council asks for report on employees' qualifications

In a River Town Times article by Ron Giofu, “Town council agreed via a 4-3 vote to get details on employees hired and moved by former CAO Mike Phipps, pending a legal opinion, but there are also questions over if that will put the town in legal jeopardy.” 106 more words


Amherstburg councillors defer salary issue

The gloves appear to be off again at Amherstburg town council, this time over proposed political salary increases and disputed hiring practices of the old administration. 331 more words