A hometown basketball player still gets chills every time she thinks about playing in the upcoming regulation NCAA game in Chatham.
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The billboard in Chatham-Kent now known as “The Sign” is not in violation of the Criminal Code of Canada despite what people on social media think.
Getting students back into a routine is top priority for teachers as students head back to school after a summer of freedom.
The call has been put out for anyone with a motorcycle to put on their best attire and hit the road for a great cause.
Accused murderer Kourtny Audette will get one step closer to learning her fate in a week.
No student will have to go hungry in Chatham-Kent this school year, thanks to a local food program that’s up and running again.
Kids attending camp at the Children’s Safety Village in CK will get to know what it’s like to ride an ATV without getting on a real one.
Campers got an up close and personal look at what emergency service members go through when attending a crash.
A man who nearly drowned near Walpole Island last week said it’s nothing short of a miracle he survived.
A tractor trailer dumped a big load onto Hwy. 40 after colliding with a garbage truck Tuesday afternoon.