The foundation is laid and the walls raised for the fifth Habitat for Humanity project in Chatham-Kent, but volunteers are needed in order to get the new home done on time.
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There were a lot of dropped jaws and “wows” at St. Joseph Catholic School Tuesday morning as students were treated to a rodeo presentation.
Roughly a dozen employers looking to fill 225 positions welcomed job seekers to the Knights of Columbus Hall in Tilbury Monday.
Last year “use of force” and “pointing firearm” numbers were up for the Chatham-Kent Police, but according officials it isn’t due to an increase in crime, but rather the use of Charged Energy Weapons (CEW).
While break and enters in 2017 appeared alarmingly up from the previous year, local police believe strides are being made as the total is still under the 10 year average.
Nature lovers will be able to set up camp at Rondeau Provincial Park for the first time this season as the flood waters have finally dried up.
Blackburn News reached out to candidates in Elgin-Middlesex-London to ask them the same questions about some of the top issues in the election campaign.
A paramedic needing emergency help at an EMS appreciation event may sound like something you’d only see on TV, but that exact situation unfolded in Chatham earlier this week.
A biologist in Chatham-Kent is asking motorists to be more cautious after some gruesome pictures were posted on Twitter of pregnant turtles that were run over on local roads.
Paramedics are among the most important public servants in a community and this week Chatham-Kent joined the rest of Canada in an effort to celebrate their work.