Ian McLarty has officially filed his papers to run for mayor.
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Residents in southwestern Ontario aren’t too sure of what to make of word that Burger King is in talks to buy Tim Hortons.
Chatham-Kent General Manager of Health and Family Services Lucy Brown is set to retire in February. Brown has held the role for the last 11 years and says the job isn’t for the faint of heart. “What we’re looking for is somebody who has the ability to manage a very large portfolio, which includes children’s […]
Two Chatham men are facing charges of theft after allegedly trying to steal some copper.
A fire at 605 Alexandrine St. has left two people without a place to stay.
Tilbury’s Kyle Patrick took home the checkered flag in the Ontario Topless Springs feature at South Buxton Raceway.
An informal golf tournament is taking place this weekend in Blenheim to raise money for leukemia research.
The Chatham-Kent Fire Service is recognizing the kind efforts of the Ridgetown Tim Hortons.
Four teen boys are facing charges following an attempted robbery early this morning.
Teachers are heading back to school with some brand new technology skills thanks to a two day crash course in Chatham.