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$100 off? $50 off? Today is the final day to take advantage of the Community Rec…

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$100 off? $50 off? Today is the final day to take advantage of the Community Recreation Center’s “New Year, New You” membership discount. Already a member? Use the deal to extend your current membership. Visit windsorgov.com/CRC for details.


New year, new you! Starting today through Jan. 8, we’re offering $100 off of annual family memberships and $50 off of individual memberships when paid in full. Already a member? Use this special deal to add onto your existing membership. Stop by the Community Recreation Center to learn more and take advantage of this great deal.

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Coffee with the Mayor, happening now at Dunkin’ Donuts & Baskin Robbins.

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Coffee with the Mayor, happening now at Dunkin’ Donuts & Baskin Robbins.



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The Windsor Police Department is asking for your assistance in identifying the p…

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The Windsor Police Department is asking for your assistance in identifying the person in the following photos. The person is suspected in the Jan. 14 theft at the Windsor U.S. Bank. If you have any information about this incident or know the suspect’s identity, please call the Police Department at 970-674-6400.




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The Windsor Police Department wishes to thank our residents for reporting suspic…

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The Windsor Police Department wishes to thank our residents for reporting suspicious activities in their neighborhoods. Because of your calls, in the last 7 days the Windsor Police Department served two drug-related search warrants. Combined, the two warrants led to the seizure of Methamphetamine, Heroin, 50+ pounds of Marijuana, and 200+ live Cannabis plants. To date, one arrest has been made and additional arrests are forthcoming.

Thank you Windsor, and please keep the calls coming! It’s the best way to keep your neighborhoods safe. To report suspicious activity, call the Police Department’s non-emergency line at 970-674-6400.

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