Supervisor Rob Devitt recognized for his mentorship in healthcare management.
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The Ministry of Transportation says part of eastbound Hwy. 401 will be closed in Chatham-Kent on Wednesday.
Stunt driving charges have been laid after the Chatham-Kent OPP spotted a vehicle speeding on Hwy. 401 near Harwich Rd.
The Blenheim water tower is getting a face lift.
Council voted Monday night to raise the yearly salary for Chatham-Kent’s mayor from approximately $83,000 to $93,000. The increase will take effect next term from 2018 to 2022.
The Chatham-Kent Police Service is buying two new child fingerprint USB sticks, thanks to Union Gas.
A Chatham-Kent council decision to allow wind turbines to be built in Dover Centre is being defended by the mayor.
The Financial Secretary of Unifor 127 says the pension fight is over and workers will finally be told by the company what their options and entitlements are within 60 days.
CKHA Supervisor Rob Devitt says violence in the workplace is a real issue in healthcare that people rarely talk about.
The province is being urged to accelerate the expansion of oral health programs for low income adults.