Former Blue Jay Ernie Whitt announced as parade grand marshal Brian Cross Published on: November 16, 2017 | Last Updated: November 16, 2017 9:07 PM EST Catcher Ernie Whitt, of the Toronto Blue Jays, is shown in this 1985 photo. Windsor Star Former Toronto Blue Jay Ernie Whitt will be grand marshal of this year’s Winter Fest Holiday Parade, set for downtown’s Ouellette Avenue on Saturday, Nov. 25 from 3 to 5 p.m.“I think people are pretty excited about it, especially people who like to see...
The illuminated spectacle that premieres Dec. 8 in Jackson Park will be “fantastic” in its inaugural year, improved to its “maximum potential” next year, and will eventually move to city hall square and the riverfront, Mayor Drew Dilkens said Thursday.At a news conference to announce the Bright Lights Windsor plans along with all the other coming events closing out the city’s 125th birthday celebrations, Dilkens said Jackson Park won’t be the permanent home of the $3-million holiday lights,...
A Windsor man is seeking $620,000 in damages, after neighbours were bought out of their homes and he was left as the lone survivor who suffered sleepless nights, worsened hearing and lonely desolation, he said, during construction of the Herb Gray Parkway.“I was alone there, no people beside me, from 2012 until 2014 or 2015, more than two years,” said Youngkil Kim, who bought his house on Villa Paradiso Crescent in 2010, right around the time prep work for the parkway project was getting...
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