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Fiat Chrysler chooses Jeep exec Mike Manley to replace ailing CEO Marchionne
Fiat Chrysler Automobile announced Saturday that CEO Sergio Marchionne's health had suddenly deteriorated following surgery and that its board of directors had chosen Jeep executive Mike Manley to replace him.
Paul Borrelli joining Windsor city council race, 6 others file paperwork
More people have stepped forward to be the next ward councillor in the upcoming municipal election, including Ward 10 incumbent Paul Borrelli, who was involved in some conflict with a candidate's campaign manager.
Windsor's trees 'weakened' with 2016 drought and this year's hot summer
How are the trees coping in the hot and dry season so far? City of Windsor forester says the trees were still dealing with the aftermath of the 2016 drought.
Transport truck driver charged after reversing on westbound 401, injuring two
Two westbound Highway 401 lanes reopened four hours after a two-vehicle collision involving a transport truck and a pickup truck.
Five new affordable homes coming to Ford City with land donation, pending approval
Habitat for Humanity Windsor-Essex may be able to build five affordable homes in Ford City with its latest land donation — if everything goes smoothly with the city.
Nature experts invite public to join them for first-ever Point Pelee 'BioBlitz'
OLG quarterly payment to Windsor drops 60 per cent because of Caesars strike
Windsor athlete Brandon McBride sets Canadian record in 800 metres
Personal support worker allegedly sexually assaulted by client in his 70s
Amherstburg woman 'tortured herself daily' after dumping newborn in dumpster, says lawyer
Ont. primed for retaliatory tariffs if Trump imposes on auto first, says trade minister
Ontario's police watchdog says its caseload approached 'record-high levels' last year
Blenheim's Breanne Nicholas ready to rule Rugby World Cup Sevens
Feds kick in $600K to decrease phosphorus, agri-runoff in Lake Erie
Detroit home demolitions may create new problem: lead-tainted dust