The 2nd annual Rotary Club of Windsor 1918 Tell Your Story Writing Contest Awards and dramatic readings of the winning stories written by local youths was a charming success.
The 23rd Annual Transition to Betterness T2B Goes East Gala paid tribute to honourees, loved ones who have passed away, while raising funds for the organizations programs.
Windsor: Before & After Book by Walkerville Publishing’s Chris Edwards and Elaine Weeks showcases how Windsor’s buildings and architecture has changed over the decades.
S’Aints Sleighing Hunger Charity Concert raises a record breaking $75,267 to be donated to local food banks. The holiday charity concert is set for Dec. 20 at Caesars Windsor.
Last weekend Theissen Orchards hosted Farmer Pete’s Halloween Extravaganza and fun activities will continue through this final weekend of apple picking season.
Whiskeyjack Boutique, a Canadian and locally made gift and souvenir shop, in downtown Windsor’s Maiden Lane celebrated their official grand opening on Canada Day.
David Musyj talks with Straight Outta Windsor’s Andy Sullivan about his journey and life, giving a better understanding of his thought processes and perspectives.
Greg Monforton has been one of the most recognizable lawyers in the Windsor community for most of his 38-year career. In this interview Straight Outta Windsor talks to Greg.
Local high school teacher, Susan Walker remembered for her love of family, friends, singing, and dancing during her life celebration fittingly with live music by the 519 Band.
June Muir, talks about the upcoming S’Aints Sleighing Hunger concert, the need for local food banks in our community, and how the concert’s proceeds will be used.