The Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit is warning that local oral disease is higher than the rest of the province.
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The chief of police in Chatham-Kent is urging home and business owners to sign up for a new online Video Surveillance Registry.
The Ontario Lottery Gaming Corporation (OLG) is advising people to have a game plan when they’re playing any lottery with someone else.
A Bill Barilko hockey card signed by the Tragically Hip is going to help the Chatham-Kent Community Foundation.
The Executive Director for Outreach for Hunger in Chatham-Kent is thrilled that the CP Holiday Train is making a stop in Chatham-Kent this year.
The Chatham-Kent police department is working on a bicycle registry to be in place next year.
The Public General Hospital Foundation has donated $600,000 to the Foundation of Chatham-Kent Health Alliance for diagnostic imaging equipment.
Maurice Thibeault, a Chatham man involved in a $6.1-million Lotto/649 dispute, has hired a lawyer.
Chatham-Kent police officer, Ken Miller, pleaded guilty to one count of breach of trust in Chatham court on Tuesday.
A 78-year-old Wallaceburg woman suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries when her car collided with a school bus in Dresden on Tuesday morning.