A province-wide initiative has police officers keeping an extra eye out for distracted drivers — specifically truck drivers.
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Prepare to see people going door-to-door in the new year as part of a campaign for the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
A stove top fire has caused $100,000 in damages to a Chatham home.
Additional health care services will soon be a little closer for residents living in or around Wallaceburg.
Local foundations are getting ready to put sexual assault under the microscope.
A teen’s bad behavior has landed him in trouble with police.
Drivers are being encouraged to take it slow on the roads and watch for tail lights.
A Chatham company is footing the bill for a rainbow crosswalk, which is set to be implemented at King St. and Second St. next year.
A 53-year-old Port Lambton woman has been charged with impaired driving following a single-vehicle crash Thursday night.
Flames from a burning fire may have been the immediate danger, but smoke and water were the culprits behind lost merchandise and overall damage.