The province’s police watch dog is investigating after a man was hit by a car following a visit to the Ontario Provincial Police’s Strathroy Detachment.
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The organizer for Christ Church’s 150-hour Remembrance Day vigil, which wrapped up on Saturday at the Chatham Cenotaph, says the event was “unbelievably successful.”
The Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA) has come up with a plan of how it wants to redevelop its Chatham and Sydenham Campuses over the next 15 to 20 years.
A Chatham man has been arrested after allegedly throwing a pop can at a motel clerk.
A former Leamington resident, who was found not guilty of arson, is seeking compensation for the stress he endured during his four-year battle with the court system.
Chatham-Kent police officers took turns standing vigil in front of the Chatham Cenotaph on Friday in honour of Remembrance Day.
Students at Chatham-Kent Secondary School (CKSS) spent the day honouring fallen soldiers at a special Remembrance Day ceremony on Friday.
A representative of the Chatham-Kent Accessibility Advisory Committee says that, while the Downtown Chatham Centre fails to meet today’s accessibility codes, it is not actually required to do anything about it.
Despite news that competition of the Fifth St. bridge in Chatham is being pushed back six months, a municipal official says construction will likely still carry on during the winter.
Local businessmen are being recognized for their efforts to build affordable multi-unit housing in Chatham-Kent.