The SS Columbia will receive a proper welcome in Buffalo Wednesday — greeted by a flotilla of vessels — as the 113-year-old steamship moves to the next stage in its restoration. 251 more words
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Amherstburg police charged a 20-year-old man with trafficking after he was arrested with marijuana at a local skateboard park.
Police were responding to a complaint Thursday of a person selling drugs at Centennial Park. 41 more words
A 48-year-old Amherstburg man is facing numerous drug charges after police seized more than $23,000 in drugs.
Amherstburg police and the province’s anti-violence team executed a search warrant in the 200 block of Brock Street in Amherstburg on Thursday. 59 more words
The president of the Amherstburg Chamber of Commerce is sounding the alarm over the imminent departure of the town’s director of economic and community development. 470 more words
There is rough road ahead for drivers who can’t get along with cyclists.
Hefty new traffic fines will take effect Sept. 1 to stop distracted drivers and protect tow truck operators, but the legislation also has a strong focus on making the roads safer for bicycle riders. 748 more words
A new multimillion-dollar residential/commercial development on Amherstburg’s waterfront aims to bring a taste of city-style living to the small town.
The Queen Charlotte Residences — a “brownstone-type” building with six commercial units at street level and six two-storey, freehold strata title townhomes above — are to be built on vacant property at 274 Dalhousie St. 552 more words
A new playing surface and LED scoreboard will keep ballplayers with the Miracle League of Amherstburg feeling like major leaguers for years to come.
The baseball league is open to anyone with intellectual or physical disabilities in Windsor and Essex County. 554 more words