A local fundraising and awareness walk will get an additional donation from the police in honour of its 10th year in town.
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There were few dry eyes at Grand Pointe Park Thursday night, as a ceremony was held to retire a recently deceased player’s number.
Local school students took part in snow cones, a candy hunt and some even got pies in the face, all in an effort to raise money for a great cause.
Anyone looking to camp locally this long weekend may be out of luck as heavy spring rain has closed some parks and rendered parts of others unusable.
A local school board is so short of substitute teachers it is starting a campaign to fill upwards of 100 positions.
A big void has been filled in the community as a new department store has officially moved into empty lot left by SportChek in the Downtown Chatham Centre.
Chatham-Kent police have more money in their auction fund than ever before and will be putting up to $3,000 of it towards a community safety initiative.
A paraplegic man has a new ATV after his stolen quad was officially replaced at a ceremony in Chatham over the weekend.
Five people were arrested over the last 24 hours by Chatham-Kent Police as officers responded to 150 calls for service.