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by Jennifer Cranston At a special meeting on Aug. 24, Essex Town Council eliminated the option of looking at alternative sites for the new fire hall in ward 1. The Fire Hall Committee ran into a deadlock over how to position the new fire hall on the property at the corner of Victoria Ave. and […]

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by Jennifer Cranston Students from Windsor, Essex County and beyond now have more options in health care education and a state of the art facility in which learn. Last Friday dignitaries, politicians and alumni gathered at St. Clair College to celebrate the grand opening of its new centre. With the new centre come three new […]

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by Sylene Argent At the Canadian Transportation Museum & Heritage Village’s second annual Southern Ontario Military Muster, held this past weekend, renowned artist Kaziah Hancock was on hand. She spent her short stay painting portraits of recently fallen soldiers, free-of-charge to the families through her Project Compassion initiative. Last year, Hancock painted the portrait of […]

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Windsor-Essex County – One mosquito pool in the City of Windsor and one mosquito pool in the Town of LaSalle have  tested positive for West Nile Virus (WNV). This is the first sign of WNV in Windsor-Essex County this year. Certain types of mosquitoes spread WNV, a potentially serious infection to humans. To date, no […]

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by Sylene Argent Members of Essex Town Council and the town’s Planning department held the final public meeting with the Harrow  community on Monday, August 15 to get input regarding the Harrow Community Strategic Plan (HCSP) before it goes before council for possible adoption in September. Lassaline Planning Consultants (LPC) prepared the document from  community […]

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by Jennifer Cranston “I will not and cannot support Memorial Arena for another day. It’s not safe, my God it’s not safe.” – Councilor Bill Baker The Essex Memorial Arena was the topic of discussion at a special meeting of Council held this past Monday Aug. 16. It’s accepted that the building is near the […]

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by Sylene Argent The Canadian Transportation Museum & Heritage Village (CTMHV) brought military history to life over the weekend as it hosted the second annual Southern Ontario Military Muster. In the sky, WW2 flyovers featured barrel rolls from the Harvard aircraft. On the grounds, re-enactors stationed themselves inside defensive machinegun nests and trenches. And throughout […]

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