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Forster poised to become co-op community centre

One west-end building purchased by Ambassador Bridge owner Matty Moroun will soon have its plywood cladding removed and the doors unlocked to the public.

Final details are being worked out for the now shuttered Forster Secondary School to spring back to life as a co-operative run community centre. 575 more words

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Earth Day celebration draws huge crowds

Earth Day celebrations in Windsor seem to get bigger and better every year.

Thousands of residents — mostly families with youngsters — showed up Sunday at Malden Park to participate in activities and learn more through two dozen eco booths about environmental protection or ways everyone can do more in turning green. 494 more words

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City works out compromise for parking problems at seniors home

The City of Windsor is hoping it has worked out a compromise for a parking problem at one of its municipally owned seniors homes.

Council voted Tuesday night to suspend parking enforcement in Ernest Atkinson Park when the outdoor pool is closed to accommodate vehicles of people attending the nearby Ash Grove Manor. 332 more words

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'GQ' UNVEILS THE BEST OF THE BEST NEW MENSWEAR DESIGNERS IN AMERICA

Menswear publication GQ is set to announce its Best New Menswear Designers in America. They are switching up the format this year and are revealing the four best from previous years. 63 more words

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Snow On First Day Of Spring? Storm Threatens Tri-State

UPDATED 03/19/16 12:32 a.m.

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — It has seemed like spring – and even summer – throughout much of the month of March, but winter may come back with a vengeance for the very occasion of the first day of actual spring. 1,045 more words

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Three next-level grey sweatshirts

A basic grey sweatshirt is an essential, no doubt. But once you’ve got a top-end example in your arsenal (from The Real McCoy’s say) or worse, your mates are all rocking them, where do you go next? 302 more words

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