The officers who helped save a man who set himself on fire last year will be commended for their bravery.
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Policing in Chatham-Kent just got a whole lot more efficient with the addition of a new mobile command centre.
It’s a good time to be looking for work in Chatham-Kent as the municipality hit a 10 year low in unemployment.
A windy weekend created some “phenomenal” waves in Lake Erie according to a conservation officer.
Heritage markers have been put up in Mitchell’s Bay to commemorate the Japanese people brought to the area as farm labourers during the Second World War.
A Chatham man was charged with cruelty to animals and three counts of assault.
The Chatham-Kent Hospice got in on the local positivity movement by creating a chain in which each link contained inspirational words from the community.
Chatham-Kent has secured a contractor for the Third Street bridge and municipal officials expect it to be open to motorists in early November.
Due to the amount of hours taking its toll on volunteers and a lack of funding, this will be the seventh and final year of Firefest.
A local doctor accused of assault and uttering death threats has been released on bail.