Striking college faculty can finally leave the picket lines and return back to classes now that the Liberal government’s back-to-work bill has passed at Queen’s Park.
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Chatham-Kent police are asking for the community’s help to get to the bottom of a break and enter at a Chatham apartment building.
After two years of renovations, Chatham Hope Haven is finally ready to offer homeless men a warm and safe place to sleep.
The Foundation of the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA) is giving families an opportunity to light a Christmas tree bulb in honour or memory of their loved ones this holiday season.
A local MPP is organizing an event in Chatham, which will give residents a platform to discuss Hwy. 401 safety concerns and the need for a median barrier.
The Tim Hortons in Thamesville is officially open for business.
A handful of Chatham-Kent residents with roots in the agricultural community, including two notable broadcasters, have been officially inducted into the Kent Agricultural Hall of Fame
A Chatham mother-daughter duo are determined to spread cheer to young children who have to spend the holidays in a hospital room.
Many kids at the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation will be left with happy faces, after over $20,000 worth of Smile Cookies were purchased at Chatham-Kent Tim Hortons.
Just in time for winter, Thamesville residents will soon be able to warm up with hot coffee and baked goods at a brand new Tim Hortons location opening in town this week.