It’s encouraging for the president of the Chatham Granite Club to see curlers of all abilities come together to raise money for local veterans.
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A 20-year-old man is facing charges for urinating on a Chatham-Kent police cruiser early Friday morning, with the officer in the driver’s seat.
Agriculture is mentioned 14 times and the word “farmer” is used three times, in the Trudeau government’s second budget.
After learning a Veterans Affairs office will reopen in downtown Windsor next month, local vets are breathing a sigh of relief.
A traffic stop in Chatham has landed a 26-year-old Sarnia man with more drug charges.
A simple swipe of the thumb is all it takes to get information on school bus delays and cancellations.
Two people who were under court orders not to communicate are charged, after they were seen together in a stolen vehicle from London.
A former Chatham-Kent resident alleges she was discriminated against at a Toronto restaurant based on her disability.
A stretch of Hwy. 401 in Chatham-Kent will be closed Thursday night for the removal of two tractor trailers from the centre median.
Hwy. 401 near Mull Rd. is open again, after a single-vehicle crash involving two tractor trailers.