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22nd Feb 2018 Thamesville flooding causes bus, school closures Friday as water levels rise
Thamesville area schools have been closed and buses have been cancelled for Friday has heavy flooding is anticipated in the area. ...

22nd Feb 2018 Violent stabbing attack at Windsor pharmacy leaves mother and young son shaken
A routine stop at a local pharmacy took a dramatic and traumatizing turn for a Windsor mother and her young son ? who witnessed two men violently attack a third, just inside of the business. ...

22nd Feb 2018 Two females kidnapped but later found after home invasion in Windsor
Windsor police have a suspect in custody and are searching for another in connection with a home invasion that involved kidnapping two females. ...

22nd Feb 2018 WSO offering a chance to drink onstage during 71st season
The symphony has announced a new program called Onstage at the Capital, which will feature a bar and tables onstage, as part of its 71st season. ...

22nd Feb 2018 Chatham residents told where to buy sandbags as Thames River continues to rise
The Thames River is swollen from rainfall and snow melt and has already swamped cars in London and closed streets in Wallaceburg as the water works its way toward Lake St. Clair. ...

22nd Feb 2018 Building in Windsor promises to be easier than ever with new e-permit system
Builders in Windsor will soon be able to submit digital drawings, payments and more online through a new e-permitting system. ...

22nd Feb 2018 Meghan Agosta holding her head high, despite loss in Olympic gold medal game
The Ruthven native may have missed on a final chance for Canada to repeat as gold medal winners in women's hockey, but she did score earlier in the shootout, and assisted on a goal in regulation. ...

22nd Feb 2018 OPP find clothing believed to belong to 3-year-old swept into Grand River
Ontario Provincial Police say they have found a T-shirt they believe belongs to the three-year-old boy who was swept from his mother's arms as their van sank in the flooded Grand River near Orangevill...

22nd Feb 2018 Windsor actor making all-female short film in wake of #MeToo movement
As Hollywood deals with the aftermath of the Harvey Weinstein scandal through the #MeToo movement, a Windsor actor is doing her part to show what women in the film industry are capable of. ...

22nd Feb 2018 Driver charged after three-truck pile up at Blue Water Bridge
Provincial police say the 53-year-old man hit a truck that was waiting to pay the toll to cross into the U.S., and pushed it into a third truck, damaging all three vehicles. ...

22nd Feb 2018 Congratulations on Patrick Brown's candidacy, Kathleen Wynne: Robyn Urback
After watching last week's debate, Brown decided that what the PCs needed was him: a guy accused of sexual and financial impropriety, of overseeing shady nomination practices and of inflating membersh...

22nd Feb 2018 Man using smoke bombs to scare off skunks burns down Detroit-area home
Authorities say a man destroyed a suburban Detroit home while trying to use a smoke bomb to rid a crawlspace of skunks. ...

22nd Feb 2018 Get up and go: Windsor's weather, traffic and gas prices for Thursday
Everything you need to know to start your day. ...

22nd Feb 2018 'The system is full of holes': Experts say young foreign students left vulnerable by unregulated industry
Hundreds of thousands of international students are here from around the world and largely fending for themselves in a new country without adequate support from school boards, provincial governments a...

22nd Feb 2018 Olympic wake-up call: Day 13 news you might have missed from the Winter Games
Here's a quick recap of all the important Olympic news you might have missed overnight, and a look at what's still to come later today. ...

21st Feb 2018 African-Canadian students inspired to follow their dreams, thanks to new program
A new African Canadian Cultural Experience program at Catholic Central High School is inspiring young African-Canadian students to look to post-secondary education as viable option for the future, and...

21st Feb 2018 Flush away: Town of Lakeshore says sanitary sewer system levels back to normal
The Town of Lakeshore said sanitary sewer systems are back to normal, after asking residents to avoid flushing toilets, taking showers, running dishwashers or using water. ...

21st Feb 2018 Here's how NAFTA talks are going according to an auto insider
Flavio Volpe is the president of Canada's Automotive Parts Manufacturers' Association. He? was the keynote speaker at a panel discussion held on Wednesday at the Ciociaro Club in Windsor, Ont. ...

21st Feb 2018 Windsor MP and activist Howard McCurdy remembered as a man who 'didn't back down'
Howard McCurdy was the first black member of Parliament for the New Democratic Party and a well-known challenger of racism. McCurdy died Tuesday. He was 85. ...

21st Feb 2018 Roads closed, flood warnings issued as water level rises in Chatham-Kent
The Thames River is expected to rise and reach levels not seen in a decade. The peak water level should hit Chatham-Kent by Friday or Saturday. ...

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