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With the quick swipe of a pen, the deal between the Mercer family and Branch 324 Royal Canadian Legion closed last week,

The annual Mayor’s Recognition Awards were handed out in Leamington Council Chambers on Tuesday, June 25 with council, family and friends in

It was 50 years ago this month that Leamington last celebrated in the manner residents will experience over the next couple of

Despite the warm temperatures, thousands of people flocked to Heritage Village on Saturday, June 22 for the annual Kingsville-Essex Highland Games. From

No less than four Carrousel of the Nations villages took place in Leamington over the June 21-23 weekend and by all accounts

A hands-on career fair aimed at enticing young women to try out the physical requirements for six organizations —  firefighting, policing, Emergency

Performers at the Sunset Amphitheatre at Seacliff Park now have a place to call home while they are setting up for and

The South Essex Community Council (SECC) Strawberry Social brought many strawberry fans out to the Faith Mennonite Church on Sherk Street in

On Friday, June 21, WindsorEssex Community Foundation, Mayor Dennis Rogers, members of the Town of Kingsville Council and staff, and members of

With a new, permanent home, the organizers for the Kingsville-Essex Highland Games are busy putting the finishing touches on this weekend’s event.

For a brief moment on the evening of June 12, family members watched and even felt the release of a small butterfly

Being part of the Carousel of the Nations for the first time, the Dutch Village at the Grove Brewing Company was teeming

The 2024 Carrousel of the Nations came to Leamington on Saturday evening as the Portuguese Community Club hosted the first Portuguese Village

One hundred sixty-three golfers were treated to a great day of golf, competitions, prizes, dinner and a live auction at the annual

Located at the back of the Kingsville Public Library, Kingsville Archives held an open house for history buffs on the afternoon of

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