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Leading the pack: Wolfhead first local distillery to open since Prohibition

Tom Manherz and his partners have turned distilling into art.

Manherz, his wife Sue, and chef Larry Girard on Friday opened Wolfhead Distillery — the first new distiller in Windsor and Essex County since Prohibition. 609 more words

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On Deck: Here's what's happening in the local sports scene

Friday (May 27)
BASEBALL
7 p.m. Essex Jrs at Leamington
7 p.m. Tecumseh at Woodslee
7:07 p.m. Red Sox at Blue Jays
7:30 p.m. Tecumseh Jrs. 273 more words

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Bruno Casanova Way will be unveiled Saturday

Family members will be on hand Saturday to see the main roadway leading to Amherstburg’s Libro Centre officially named Bruno Casanova Way.

Casanova was the first manager of the town’s original arena and community centre on Victoria Avenue, which was built in 1970 — not just for Amherstburg but also for Anderdon and Malden townships. 74 more words

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Courteney & Tyler's Amherstburg Engagement Session | Windsor Wedding Photographers

Courteney and Tyler are having their beautiful wedding tomorrow at Kingsville Golf and Country Club, so we just had to share their engagement session today to celebrate. 117 more words

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Amherstburg seeks to buy historic Belle Vue House

The Town of Amherstburg will seek to purchase the historic Belle Vue House and all its surrounding properties on Dalhousie Street.

Some 35 supporters of the 200-year-old structure were on hand Tuesday night looking for action from council. 395 more words

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Historic Belle Vue property for sale in Amherstburg

No trespassing signs discourage the curious from getting too close to this once-lavish home that sits forlornly on the Detroit River shoreline in Amherstburg.

Shedding tears of peeling white paint, the still stately structure on Dalhousie Street has lingered in quiet decay ever since its purchase by a numbered company for nearly $800,000 in 2003. 935 more words

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New distillery provides sneak peek, supports good cause

The region’s first craft spirits distillery isn’t due to open to the public until May 27, but hundreds of people got to check out Amherstburg’s newest attraction and help out a good cause at the same time Thursday evening. 406 more words

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