News

Royal Canadian Legion Br. 157 celebrates 95th birthday of World War II veteran

Cornelis and Tina Heeren present Doug Ramsay the Netherlands Commemorative Medal of Liberation.

Over 80 people wish Doug Ramsay a happy 95th birthday

Amherstburg Police Service to appoint mental health officer

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Officer will assume new duties April 1

Building developers looking for relief from town’s development charges

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Affordable housing apartment building proposed for 182 Pickering Dr.

No relief for Rotary Club under town’s sign bylaw

Members of the Rotary Ribfest Committee, an event that operates under the umbrella of the Amherstburg Rotary Club, are disappointed with the guidelines they have to operate under to comply with the sign bylaw. Town council upheld the current sign bylaw at the March 20 meeting.

Rotarians disappointed after not being granted relief under bylaw to promote Ribfest

Sports

“Big Buck Sunday” held at AMA Sportsmen Association

Six-month-old Eli Callja enjoys his view from a seat of an ATV.

The next 3-D shoots are April 9, May 28, Aug. 20 and Sept. 24

Admirals make changes to management structure

Admirals head coach Paul Bortignon talks with his team during a timeout in the recent PJHL Stobbs Division semi-final series in Essex. Bortignon is now the 
general manager as well after the team restructured its management last week.

Wes Ewer relinquishes GM role, head coach Paul Bortignon to take on both roles

AMA Sportsmen Association gets building again, this time for Eastern Bluebirds

Mike Wilcox helps daughter Hannah build an Eastern Bluebird box last Saturday morning at the AMA Sportsmen Association. Looking on is son Kale.

A total of 40 boxes assembled

St. Peter’s ACHS College School loses 5-1 in semi-finals

St. Peter’s ACHS College School advanced to the semi-finals of the Beacon Cup Hockey Tournament.

Team travels to Orangeville to compete in the Beacon Cup Hockey Tournament