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3 reasons the Christmas Market is worth the crowds

It’s as if we all blinked and suddenly it was December.

We enter that precious time of year where Torontonians gather to witness the unveiling of the Eaton Centre Christmas tree and do an unintentional 5k through the mall hunting for continuing Black Friday deals and gifts for friends, family and coworkers. 349 more words


Arson the cause of $60K west-end fire

Arson is being blamed for a $60,000 fire that gutted a vacant house in the city’s west side Monday night.

The blaze broke out at 856 Mill St., shortly before 9 p.m. 25 more words

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Police believe Mill Street murder suspect may still be in Windsor

Windsor police continue their search for a suspect wanted in connection with a Mill Street homicide last month.

Police said they believe Daniel Shaw, 38, is still in the Windsor area and is the last of the four suspects wanted in connection to the death of Scott Phillips. 79 more words

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Two Windsor murder suspects arrested in London

Two people wanted in connection with a murder on Mill Street last month have been arrested in London.

Windsor police said they received information on Friday that at least one of the suspects wanted in connection to the death of Scott Phillips was in London, Ont. 78 more words

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Victim in violent west-end kidnapping and assault dies

Windsor police are hunting for three murder suspects following the death of a man who was kidnapped, tied up, beaten and repeatedly stabbed a week after he was released from jail. 521 more words

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Investigation into west Windsor kidnapping and stabbing leads to arrest, warrants

A Windsor police investigation into a violent kidnapping and stabbing incident in the city’s west end has resulted in the arrest of one man and warrants for three other people. 352 more words

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876 N. Mill Street

876 N. Mill Street. Built Circa 1887 by George and Eva Streng who were German Immigrants. The Streng family were involved in the hospitality business here in Plymouth and owned the Hotel which used to be right next door (North side). 90 more words