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Hudak visits Windsor

Hudak visits Windsor

🕔11:51, 5.Apr 2013

by Melissa Iarusso Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak visited Windsor to share his plans to curb unemployment in the province. Hudak held a press conference at the Vollmer Recreation Complex April 4 in LaSalle to hear from locals about

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Captain wins Jubilee Medal brief

🕔11:48, 5.Apr 2013

by/Hailey Trealout The commanding officer for the army cadet core at Branch 594 was awarded with the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal March 27. The Diamond Jubilee Medal was made as a commemoration to the Queen. It marks the 60

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Spring cleaning blitz

🕔11:36, 5.Apr 2013

by Rob Benneian City bylaw enforcement officers will be inspecting properties in the area surrounding the University of Windsor beginning April 8. In order to be compliant with Yard Maintenance By-Law 3-2600, yards and curbsides must be kept clear of

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I Believe in My Community

I Believe in My Community

🕔11:21, 5.Apr 2013

by Rob Benneian An organization which raises money to support critical services in Windsor and Essex County took an evening to recognize the accomplishments of its supporters. United Way/Centraide Windsor-Essex County held their fourth I Believe in My Community Awards

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Spits look to fill gaps

🕔21:01, 30.Mar 2013

by Evan Mathias The Windsor Spitfires will look to fill some of the gaping holes in their roster April 6 during the Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection. Due to injuries and suspensions, the Spitfires were forced to play many of

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WPS seeks international fraudster

🕔17:20, 27.Mar 2013

By Sean Previl Windsor Police Services are looking for a Swedish man involved in a fraud case. Patrick Tarverdian-Conaraky is wanted for allegedly committing fraud against several investors and putting two magazine publications in Windsor and London at risk. WPS

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Harrow High School ends busing program for students

🕔15:33, 25.Mar 2013

Harrow High School students will no longer be bussed to General Amherst High School or Kingsville District High School for extracurricular activities or courses beginning September 2014. On March 13, the Greater Essex County District School Board voted to end

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Police blotter March 25

🕔11:52, 25.Mar 2013

By Sean Previl The Windsor Police Service are asking for assistance in identifying two suspects involved in a robbery. Officers attended a convenience store in the 3900 block of Wildwood Drive the evening of March 24 where a clerk had

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Updated: Alleged murder on Aubin Road

Updated: Alleged murder on Aubin Road

🕔13:46, 23.Mar 2013

By Sean Previl A man has been pronounced dead in Windsor after a stabbing incident. Windsor Police Service attended a residence in the 1500 block of Aubin Road, where they found an injured man. John Jubenville, 52, was transferred to

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Windsorite makes MuchMusic VJ Search top 40

Windsorite makes MuchMusic VJ Search top 40

🕔13:34, 22.Mar 2013

by Sean Previl A Windsorite is getting the chance to have her name nationally known as she competes for a job with MuchMusic Canada. Lauren West was announced as part of the top 40 for MuchMusic’s VJ Search 2013 the

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Testimonies continue in 2009 sexual assault case

Testimonies continue in 2009 sexual assault case

🕔13:32, 22.Mar 2013

By Sean Previl Several witnesses involved in a 2009 rape case took the stand March 21 providing information about one of the complainants’ visit to a sexual abuse treatment centre following the alleged assault. The witnesses taking the stand was

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New maestro plans WSO’s future

New maestro plans WSO’s future

🕔12:47, 22.Mar 2013

By Tom Morrison The new music director of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra plans to improve relationships and create new ones to ensure a vital future for the organization. Robert Franz was named the new conductor of the WSO Feb. 26

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Writer-in-residence wants greater sense of community

Writer-in-residence wants greater sense of community

🕔12:45, 22.Mar 2013

By Tom Morrison The University of Windsor’s writer-in-residence wants creative writing students to have a better sense of community after his term finishes at the end of March. Phil Hall, an award-winning poet, has been the university’s writer-in-residence since the

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The power of music

The power of music

🕔12:36, 22.Mar 2013

By Richard Dawes It is with the help of the community that members of a local charity can participate in music therapy. The staff and clients of Harmony in Action hosted a concert and pasta dinner to raise money for

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Local playwright tries something new

Local playwright tries something new

🕔12:27, 22.Mar 2013

  An all-new, original play is opening this week in a unique location in Windsor. United We Fall was penned by local playwright Talish Zafar and produced by Angelica Haggert. Zafar also serves as the play’s director. “The space that we’re

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World’s oldest horse dies

World’s oldest horse dies

🕔14:28, 20.Mar 2013

by Hailey Trealout Shayne, a liver chestnut Irish Draught cross thoroughbred was believed to be the oldest horse in the world. Shayne was euthanized at the age of 51 after he collapsed and was unable to stand with the help

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Earth Hour is back

🕔14:09, 20.Mar 2013

by Hailey Trealout In 2007, a group in Sydney started Earth Hour in hopes of spreading an environmental message of change to the rest of the world. Earth Hour was created to provide people with the opportunity to join millions of

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Army Cadets celebrate 90 years

🕔13:54, 20.Mar 2013

by Hailey Trealout The 1086 Walkerville Collegiate Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps celebrated its ninetieth anniversary at the F.A. Tilston, V.C. Armoury March 13. Over 150 attendees, including former cadets and commanding officers, filled the drill hall where 36 cadets proudly

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Police blotter March 15

🕔19:02, 16.Mar 2013

By Sean Previl Four males have been arrested following an investigation at St. Rose Catholic Elementary School. Windsor Police Service were dispatched to the school at 871 St. Rose Ave. Mar. 14 following a report of several young people smashing

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Police blotter March 8

🕔19:19, 8.Mar 2013

By Sean Previl A suspect involved in a break and enter in the 100 block of Janette Avenue has been arrested and charged. Jamie Loiselle, originally identified by the Windsor Police Service as suspect one, was found by police in

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