After 30 years in Chatham-Kent, Crime Stoppers has partnered with police to make over 6,000 arrests, thanks to the thousands of tipsters who are helping to make their streets safer.
An Erieau native is claiming yet another prestigious award in the film industry for a Canadian documentary.
A Windsor school bus company is reviewing its protocols after a four-year-old girl was left alone on a bus for several hours.
The CK Gay Pride Association says a rainbow crosswalk coming to downtown Chatham is a small victory, but there is still a long way to go.
The hallways at St. Clair College are bustling with activity again as students return to the classroom.
A pair of thefts in less than a week has led to charges against a Wheatley man.
A doctor who grew up in Thamesville is back in Chatham-Kent to finish up the hands-on portion of his medical training.
The strike saga for St. Clair College ends Tuesday as students return to class.
The Municipality of Chatham-Kent is joining forces with local school boards to encourage high school students to consider all career options, especially those in trades.
The Municipality of Chatham-Kent will be taking another look at its emergency medical services to determine who should be calling the shots.