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.
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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.
Chatham-Kent police are investigating after storage trailers were broken into in Tilbury.
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.
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.