A Conservative government spending spree continued Friday with Essex MP Jeff Watson announcing nearly $2 million in funding for local trails, parks and several Legion halls. 870 more words
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The older brother of a LaSalle teen who died tragically in a car accident last year says his grieving family has become the target of online bullies spreading misinformation and posting hurtful comments. 630 more words
Charges against five volunteers for the Shores of Erie International Wine Festival could be dropped when they appear in court next month.
Assistant Crown attorney Ilana Mizel asked a justice of the peace Monday for an amendment to drop the charges for liquor licence offences against the individual festival board members. 216 more words
Enbridge is stepping up again this year to sponsor Amherstburg’s holiday spectacle — River Lights Winter Festival.
River Lights — which features 175 animated, solar-powered LED-lit displays in the King’s Navy Yard and Toddy Jones parks along with other holiday-themed events — runs this year from Nov. 102 more words
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair toured Amherstburg Thursday, getting a first-hand look at the loss of industry in an area he says is ripe for political picking. 679 more words
Lee Tome, a former Windsor firefighter, has been hired by Amherstburg.
Tome starts his new job as the town’s assistant deputy fire chief/fire prevention and inspections officer on Monday. 82 more words