Weekend Review is your chance to catch up on all the biggest news stories from Chatham-Kent and the surrounding municipalities in southwestern Ontario.
The Royal Canadian Legion started this year's initiative by paying tribut to CAF members recently killed in Canada.
BlackburnNews.com’s John Weese shares some stories of Chatham-Kent's most famous residents in this week's Halloween-themed edition of Weese's Pieces.
The SCCDSB will play a part of the early steps towards making Ontario's Literacy Test digital.
Comments from the chief at Essex-Windsor EMS appear to support a decision to close the obstetrics program at Leamington District Memorial Hospital.
Community Services has unveiled its cultural plan that will be introduced to the new council during their first meeting.
Thanks to the generosity of Chatham-Kent residents, this year's Operation Cover-Up program will be able to keep even more people warm this year.
It was an action packed third period that saw the Windsor Spitfires take a close 4-3 win over the Kingston Frontenacs.
The Canadian Employment Immigration Union held an information picket outside the Judy LaMarch Building to spread awareness on current bargaining talks with the Treasury Board.
A Wallaceburg man is in custody after a domestic-related incident.