by Rob Benneian Win or lose, the glory tends not to come their way. But if the Windsor AKO Fratmen are to achieve their championship goals this season it will be due to the play of their offensive line. Though
by Rob Benneian Fratmen move to 3-0 It’s beginning to sound like a broken record. They came. They saw. They conquered. Their coach isn’t pleased. After a 25-11 victory over the winless Ottawa Sooners on Sunday, the look on AKO
by Ashley Davidson & Rob Benneian Fratmen open home schedule with big victory Another win, another day. So sums up the Windsor AKO Fratmen’s 2-0 start to the season following a 38-7 victory in their home opener against the over-matched
by Rob Benneian David Byrne has been enjoying all the benefits of playing on his home course at the latest stop on the Canadian Professional Golf Tour. That includes a nice home-cooked breakfast the morning after he fired a opening
by Rob Benneian The Windsor AKO Fratmen are coming into the 2012 Canadian Junior Football League season with a point to prove. The Twin Cities Predators were the unlucky bunch to draw the short straw of facing them first. The
It might be just another stop on the circuit to most Canadian Tour professional golfers, but for one player the Jamieson WFCU Windsor Roseland Charity Classic is a chance to bring his golf career full circle. David Byrne, 24, was
The Windsor Spitfires have been slapped with a fine and a loss of draft picks for allegedly violating the OHL’s player benefit and recruitment policy. The Spitfires, through a team statement released Friday afternoon, denied the allegations they are being
Windsor Police warn items are ‘too good to be true’ by Rob Benneian What if someone made you an offer you couldn’t refuse? If the offer came from someone selling electronics out of the bed of their pickup truck, you
In the wake of the shooting shortly after midnight at Century 16 Theater in Aurora, Colo. on Thursday, July 19 many took to social media platforms to express their grief. Tony Calandra, 31, opted instead to try to find a
by Rob Benneian Jason Glen Coffey, accused of murdering his mother Florence Coffey, appeared briefly in Ontario Provincial Court today. Coffey, 40, was arrested Friday afternoon after police response to a call at 564 Oak that morning regarding a deceased
by Rob Benneian A 63-year-old woman was found dead early in the morning on Friday, July 13 on Windsor’s west side. At 9:30 a.m. uniformed Windsor Police Officers responded to a call regarding a deceased person at 564 Oak
by Rob Benneian Multi-sport athlete could go to college or turn pro A local baseball player hit the jackpot even though he isn’t old enough to buy a lottery ticket.
By Rob Benneian The Windsor Spitfires got a taste of life without Russian center Alexander Khokhlachev when he suffered a lacerated kidney Satuday, March 3 during a regular season game at Compuware Arena in Plymouth, Mich. against the Whalers.
By Rob Benneian A slide like Nick Ebert has taken could have left him wondering about his hockey future. Instead, it has made him more determined than ever. Once touted as a guaranteed first round pick, and previously ranked as
Cameron Bailey, Codirector of the Toronto International Film Festival What characteristics would you identify as uniquely Torontonian? We’re voracious cultural consumers. To be well-versed in both vintage dub reggae and different kinds of hot sauces from Asia is totally normal
By Jennifer McMullan According to the president of the Windsor Federation of Musicians, recognizing Windsor musicians is the best way to celebrate the talents we have in our own community. Windsor’s Community Museum is holding an exhibit for 100 Years