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Sandwich roundabout opens

Sandwich roundabout opens

🕔13:36, 27.Nov 2017

By Todd Shearon The Detroit River isn’t the only thing flowing under the Ambassador Bridge: so is traffic. The long-awaited end to detours is finally over for commuters as the new Sandwich Street roundabout is now open. Originally, construction was

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Winterfest parade swings for the fences with famous baseball grand marshall

Winterfest parade swings for the fences with famous baseball grand marshall

🕔11:11, 27.Nov 2017

Santa Claus is always the star of every Christmas parade, but this year there was another heavy hitter on deck. This year’s Winterfest Grand Marshall Ernie Whitt led a holiday parade down Ouellette Avenue as part of the DWBIA’s sixth

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Special Weather Statement

Special Weather Statement

🕔12:34, 23.Oct 2017

By Todd Shearon Southwestern Ontario prepares for heavy winds to blow through. In a special weather statement issued by Environment Canada, strong gusts of winds up to 80 km/h are expected by early Tuesday morning and will continue through the

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The Fratmen prepare for Hurricanes this weekend

The Fratmen prepare for Hurricanes this weekend

🕔11:32, 23.Oct 2017

By Todd Shearon Windsor is set to host the Ontario Football Conference championship. The AKO Fratmen rolled over the Ottawa Sooners with a 42-14 win in the OFC semi-finals on Saturday to earn home field advantage in the league finals.

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The fifth time is the charm

The fifth time is the charm

🕔10:20, 23.Oct 2017

By Todd Shearon The St. Clair Saints are baseball champions for the fifth straight year. St. Clair College won the 2017 OCAA Men’s Baseball Championship at Bert Lacasse Park, shutting out the Humber Hawks 1-0 in the gold medal game

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Spitfires open season with a name familiar to Red Wings fans

Spitfires open season with a name familiar to Red Wings fans

🕔11:46, 29.Sep 2017

The 2017 Memorial Cup Champion Windsor Spitfires have started their season with nine new players including one with a familiar name. Detroit born Igor Larionov Jr., 19, shares the same name as his father who won three Stanley Cups in

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311’s mosaic of unity

311’s mosaic of unity

🕔20:12, 23.Jun 2017

What does it take to paint the perfect picture? Roughly 10,000 photos, 27 years, five band members and one consistent concept…unity. In the case of 311, the perfect picture is their new album Mosaic…or at least its cover. Mosaic was

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Wings say “Farewell To The Joe”

Wings say “Farewell To The Joe”

🕔11:45, 7.Apr 2017

The Detroit Red Wings are honouring their home of 38 years during this “Farewell To The Joe” season. Joe Louis Arena opened for business in downtown Detroit on Dec. 12, 1979 and hosted its first Wings game Dec. 27, 1979

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CMHA launches The Sole Project for mental health

CMHA launches The Sole Project for mental health

🕔11:55, 31.Mar 2017

The Canadian Mental Health Association has launched The Sole Project to bring attention to growing mental health concerns. The Sole Project encourages people to “take a stand” for mental health as a collective to further enhance and distribute mental wellness

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Windsor Police introduce new dog officer

Windsor Police introduce new dog officer

🕔12:18, 3.Feb 2017

Windsor Police Service recently introduced a new dog officer to their K-9 Unit. Fuse, a two-year-old German Shepherd, and partner Constable Kris Lauzon recently completed training and are now on duty. Lauzon, is no stranger to the intense 17-week preliminary

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Sergachev returns, Spits gun down Spirit

Sergachev returns, Spits gun down Spirit

🕔12:12, 4.Nov 2016

By Todd Shearon The Windsor Spitfires defeated the Saginaw Spirit 4-2 at the WFCU Centre for their third straight win and improved their season record to 11-4-0 putting them on top of the West Division. Spits forward Luke Boka opened

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Spitfires think pink and shoot down Greyhounds

Spitfires think pink and shoot down Greyhounds

🕔12:02, 28.Oct 2016

By Todd Shearon The Windsor Spitfires scored five times to take down the Soo Greyhounds at the WFCU Centre. Windsor Spitfires associate coach Trevor Letowski ran the bench as acting head coach in the absence of Rocky Thompson. Thompson is

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DiPietro blanks Frontenacs, Day scores in first game

DiPietro blanks Frontenacs, Day scores in first game

🕔13:24, 21.Oct 2016

Newly acquired defenceman Sean Day scored in his first game as a Spitfire to help lead Windsor to a victory over Kingston at the WFCU Centre. Day, 18, stands among an exclusive group as the fourth player ever granted exceptional

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Spitfires win four in a row

Spitfires win four in a row

🕔12:40, 21.Oct 2016

The Windsor Spitfires defeated the Flint Firebirds 7-2 at the WFCU Centre for their fourth straight win adding eight points to their league leading 7-2-0 record. The Ottawa Senators’ 2016 11th overall draft choice Logan Brown picked up where he

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Brown named OHL player of the week

Brown named OHL player of the week

🕔12:47, 14.Oct 2016

By Todd Shearon A Windsor Spitfires centre has been named the Ontario Hockey League Player of the Week for the period ending Sunday, October 9. The Ottawa Senators 2016 first round draft choice (11th overall) Logan Brown scored two goals

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