It’s time for job seekers in Chatham-Kent to start polishing their resumes for the CK Works! Community Job Fair next month.
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A series of system improvements are headed to the Wallaceburg Water Pollution Control Plant, including pump and control upgrades.
Two people have been arrested during a demonstration at London City Hall.
The newly chosen 2017-2018 Ontario Queen of the Furrow isn’t a stranger to Chatham-Kent.
Criminal charges have been laid after OPP recovered stolen property in Tecumseh.
Police are looking for information after tools were stolen from a trailer in Dresden.
The Ministry of Transportation has reported that all lanes have now been reopened on Hwy. 401 WB in Ridgetown.
Chatham-Kent Museum will be opening a brand new AgriCULTURE exhibit next month.
The Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority has opened a new trail for the public to learn more about best management practices in the farming community.
Update: London police announced Wednesday afternoon that Brenda Graystone had been found and is safe.