Wednesday nights at the Vollmer Recreation Complex in LaSalle have not been kind to the Chatham Maroons this season.
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A former Chatham resident who murdered a teen and killed the boy’s grandparents more than 25 years ago will get to spend another six months out on day parole.
Provincial police have re-opened the eastbound lanes of the Hwy. 402 just east of Strathroy after a multi-vehicle crash Wednesday morning.
The Blenheim Blades are making a pair of moves behind their bench as they try to right the ship this season.
Two drivers in St. Thomas are learning the hard way it doesn’t pay to blow by a stopped school bus that has its lights flashing.
The Chatham Maroons are beefing up their blueline as they start the second half of their season with a game in LaSalle Wednesday.
Driving without a permit, damaging a front door, and staying out past your curfew — all of those things could land you in police briefs.
Chatham-Kent Crime Stoppers are appealing to the public for tips as police try to track down a backhoe that was reported stolen from a property near Merlin.
Don’t be surprised or alarmed if you see people wearing big red aprons going door-to-door in Chatham Monday night.
The push to build a concrete barrier along the Hwy. 401 across Chatham-Kent will continue to heat up as the weather cools down.