Chatham-Kent has a sixth mayoral candidate.
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A 29-year-old Stratford man accused of smashing a door at London police headquarters is facing even more charges after he was arrested for a second time less than 24 hours later.
A woman of many titles is looking to get involved in federal politics by first seeking the Conservative Party nomination for the Chatham-Kent-Leamington riding.
Time is about to run out for residents looking to jump into the race ahead of this fall’s municipal election.
The race in the upcoming municipal election is heating up, as there’s only one week left to file nomination papers.
The fight continues to reduce and prevent phosphorus from entering local waterways, further tackling the issue of algal blooms in Lake Erie. However, recent funding will help the process move along.
Downtown Chatham will be bouncing with events Friday night; one of which involves a lawn bowling fundraiser at Tecumseh Park.
Two doctors from Southwestern Ontario have returned to the area to finish their medical training.
Ontario’s police watchdog has wrapped up its investigation into an incident last summer in which a man suffered third degree burns on 60% of his body.
Mayor Randy Hope says he’s very optimistic with where Chatham-Kent is heading after meeting with the federal minister of infrastructure and communities.