There’s money for entrepreneurs in Chatham-Kent.
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It’ll take $40,000 worth of transportation to get there, but donations to help out a remote First Nation reserve are finally on their way.
A woman from Thornhill is facing stunt driving charges, after her vehicle was clocked at more than 150 km/hr on Hwy. 401 in Chatham-Kent.
Carla knows how to hop her way into your heart.
‘Tis the season for open campfires and toasted marshmallows.
Municipal offices and most services are closed today and Monday for the Easter holiday weekend.
A man and woman from Chatham are charged with arson, following two separate fires at a Richmond St. car dealership in March.
The Royal Canadian Legion in Ridgetown is planting an oak with its roots in the First World War.
Heritage tree owners can nominate their living landmarks for Canada 150 celebrations.
Power is now restored to hundreds of Hydro One customers in Wallaceburg, after high winds caused scattered outages across Chatham-Kent.