Shovels are in the ground and construction can now begin on the new catholic elementary school being built in Chatham-Kent.
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Chatham-Kent police are confirming they have received a report of a bear sighting just east of Wallaceburg.
Some lucky students in Blenheim will be riding in style as the community was selected as one of the 14 in the province to test out the new all-electric school buses.
The biggest donation from 100 Women Who Care’s Chatham-Kent chapter was given to Chatham Hope Haven Friday.
The Chatham-Kent United Way has chosen a Pain Court student to be its 2018 campaign chair.
Chatham-Kent is coming down with a case of FIFA World Cup fever and the prescription seems to be cheering for Portugal.
A local construction worker has big safety concerns as he claims people are speeding at upwards of 100 km/h through the site where he is working.
Canadian Blood Services rolled out the red carpet to celebrate a local man who was donating for the 200th time Wednesday.
Police said an argument between family members escalated to the point of threats with a wrench and BB gun Monday morning.
The public school board in Chatham-Kent is planning to shut down more classrooms this fall to save money due to low enrollment.