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John Elliott AW16

John Elliott’s move towards fashion label is ever changing. Since he knocked off Co. from the name a couple months ago, his smooth transition into the fashion world had become apparent. 53 more words


Police recruiting shouldn't be race based

Re: Complexion of policing slow to change, by Doug Schmidt, Jan. 7.

Coun. John Elliott asks, “As someone who grew up black in Windsor, let’s see how they (the new police cadets who are not black) can relate to me.” 114 more words


Despite all-white slate of new cops, chief says diversity still the goal

Despite an all-white slate of new officers sworn in this week and added to a predominantly white workforce, Windsor police chief Al Frederick insists his department is committed to a goal of having a force that is as diverse as the community it serves. 759 more words

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Some Pleased, Some Disappointed As Record Warmth Hits Tri-State On Christmas Eve

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Record high temperatures made it feel more like May, or perhaps June, than Christmastime across the Tri-State area on Thursday.

In New York City, the mercury stood at 72 degrees at 4:30 p.m. 1,042 more words


Jarvis: The cheeky and indefatigable west side

We’ll give you a splash pad if you let us close your pool, the city offered residents on the beleaguered west side.

We’ll take the splash pad — and keep the pool, replied the cheeky and indefatigable residents. 852 more words


West-side swim advocates make a splash for Atkinson Park pool

Offered a choice between the pool they have or a fun new splash pad replacement, west-side residents spoke out loud and clear at a public meeting Tuesday night — they want both. 554 more words

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Donations will allow Sandwich teens to play on new gym floor

The Sandwich Teen Action Group has received an early Christmas present from CUPE Local 27.

CUPE Local 27 donated $2,500 to the teen centre to help with the replacement of an old, decrepit gymnasium floor at its King Street facility, which will cost about $30,000. 296 more words

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