Chatham-Kent Cyclists are hoping increased fines for driving near bicycles will deter motorists from following too close.
Chatham-Kent's draft Tourism Management Plan has been unveiled, with a preliminary strategy to attract visitors to the area.
The United Way of Chatham-Kent is getting ready to distribute 1,200 backpacks filled with school supplies to children who might otherwise be ill equipped to...
Hydro One is reporting a large power outage affecting the south end of Essex County.
After 15 years at the helm of St.Clair College, Dr. John Strasser is spending his last day on the job meeting with college officials in...
Single vehicle crash in Chatham leads to impaired driving charge.
Drivers checking their phones on the road should probably starting putting their devices away now.
Tourist officials and those involved in the tourism industry are inviting comment on the draft Tourism Destination Management Plan and will hold a public meeting...
The chair of the Ontario Seed Corn Growers is delighted Blenheim based C&L Seeds has built a handling and drying facility.
Chatham-Kent's Black Historical Society is searching for a new executive director.