The Lambton Kent District School Board has decided to eliminate its student safety patrol program in Chatham-Kent starting June 30th.
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The Mayor of Tecumseh is looking for clarification about recreational boaters soon needing to use Nexus cards if they drift over the international boundary line.
The OPP are conducting their Seat Belt Campaign over the Easter Long Weekend.
The spring weather is here and the OPP are reminding drivers to pay close attention to cyclists and motorcycle riders.
About 300 female high school students from across Chatham-Kent learned some career lessons at the Junior Achievement World of Choices event.
Hundreds of local police officers, firefighters and paramedics turned out to donate blood for a good cause.
The Blenheim Blades have parted ways with their head coach.
Fire and Emergency Services in Chatham-Kent are working on a plan to ensure response times are met during the closure of Highway 40 at the 401.
There’s something new going in at the corner of King St. and Fifth Ave. in downtown Chatham.
The OPP are reporting a 20-year low and a steady decrease in seat belt-related deaths.