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Amherstburg changes course, agrees to buy historic Belle Vue

The past few months have been an emotional roller-coaster for those in the Amherstburg community with a doggish loyalty to the historic Belle Vue house. 811 more words

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LaSalle woman wins $100,000 in Encore draw

A LaSalle woman is $100,000 richer after matching six of seven Encore numbers on last Friday’s Lotto Max draw.

“I checked the winning numbers on OLG.ca the day after the draw,” Jacqueline (Jacquie) Griffiths told staff at the OLG Prize Centre in Toronto. 157 more words

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Injured motorcyclist relieved driver charged in hit-and-run crash

A Harrow man has been charged for allegedly fleeing the scene of a Sept. 16 crash with a motorcycle on Howard Avenue that left two seriously injured people lying on the road. 517 more words

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Henderson: A'burg on the cusp of greatness

Been to Amherstburg lately? You should check it out because Essex County’s most attractive town has finally figured out where its future lies and could be on the cusp of great things. 640 more words

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Essex County OPP arrest two people after crash involving stolen car

Provincial police set up a containment area to box in two suspects who allegedly took off running through a bean field after getting into an accident with a stolen car. 158 more words

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A'burg marina plans needs public input

Re: A’burg buys aging landmark, by Mary Caton, Sept. 14.

Congratulations to the mayor, council and administration of the Town of Amherstburg for showing the leadership and fiscal responsibility to purchase Duffy’s Tavern and adjacent properties at a discount to the asking price. 257 more words

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6,000 tulip bulbs to be planted in Windsor-Essex to celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary

Windsor, Amherstburg, LaSalle and Kingsville are getting tulip bulbs so they can have red and white tulips for Canada’s 150th anniversary next year.

The Canadian Garden Council and Vesey’s Bulbs of Prince Edward Island gave 150 communities and organizations across Canada 1,000 bulbs each to grow a 150th Celebration Garden. 234 more words

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