Tag: Sandwich Town
The Urbanite: 136-year-old on top of culinary trends
The Dominion House Tavern parks a food truck inside the kitchen for new menu by food truck chef Billy Deslippe.
The Urbanite: West end fest gets a hipster makeover
Move over sandwiches as the focus is now bikes, burgers and beers at the reimagined Sandwich Towne Festival.
ourWindsor.ca: Sandwich post office to close doors on April 26
The fate of the Sandwich Town post office has been decided by Canada Post and the corporation plans to shutter the doors of the mail institution on April 26, 2013.
ourWindsor.ca: St. Patrick’s Day patrons kept police busy but were not overly unruly
While it was cold and snowing on St. Patrick’s Day in Windsor, that didn’t stop residents from going out, drinking a few alcoholic beverages, and generally having a good time. While Windsor Police were kept busy throughout the day and night, patrons didn’t get unruly as some might have expected.
ourWindsor.ca: Unique spots in Sandwich Town
Founded following the American Revolution, the settlement of Sandwich is located on Windsor’s Westside and is home to some of the oldest buildings in the City. Sandwich was first inhabited by members of First Nations and was primarily an agricultural settlement following European settlement.
UWindsor Lance: Getting Lucky – Your Guide to St. Patrick’s Day
With St. Patrick’s Day rapidly approaching and more green tinged events throughout the city than you could count on a hand full of clovers, The Lance’s Jon Liedtke pulled on a kilt, a novelty green hat and danced a wee jig on his way to find St. Pat’s history and this year’s best bets for a knees-up in Windsor.
ourWindsor.ca: Residents rally to save Sandwich post office
Proponents of Windsor’s west end came out in full force to pledge their support to save the Sandwich Post office after Canada Post announced that they had entered a 30 day community consultation period regarding its closure.
UWindsor Lance: Post mortem
The Sandwich 107-year-old Sandwich Town post office is slated to close its doors this spring
ourWindsor.ca: City of Windsor Approves Payment Schedule for University Move to the Core
The City of Windsor is moving forward with its payment schedule for the University of Windsor’s plan to move students into the downtown core. The plan, which is believed to help revitalize the downtown core, has been anticipated and championed by downtown business owners and residents alike.
ourWindsor.ca: Outdoor Holiday Decorations
Last week we brought you the best Indoor Holiday Decorations in and around Windsor this holiday season. Today, we’re focusing on the Best Outdoor Holiday Decorations in the community.
UWindsor Lance: Competition, the reason for the season
There’s debate over whether Windsor needs a second Santa Claus parade. Jon Liedtke says bring on more parades because the season is about the Three C’s of Christmas: capitalism, competition, and the Claus.
UWindsor Lance: Paranormal City
What’s lurking in Windsor’s shadows
UWindsor Lance: Sink Your Teeth into Sandwich Town
Jon Liedtke dives into the history of Sandwich Town for the UWindsor Lance.