A Blenheim man has been arrested for assault after he allegedly punched and threw a beer bottle at a person.
Organizers of the NHL Alumni game on Thursday night say fans can expect a few surprises.
The Erie St. Clair Local Health Integration Network is using government funding to provide more hospital support and rehabilitative care.
Now that fall has arrived, the Municipality of Chatham-Kent is asking residents to be mindful not to rake leaves onto the streets.
Premiers and governors of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence region, who were in Windsor Friday, reaffirmed their commitment to ensuring NAFTA re-negotiations strengthen the trade relationship in the region.
As the faculty strike at Ontario’s 24 public colleges nears the end of its first week, student leaders are calling on provincial politicians to get involved.
Fire and Emergency Services officials in Chatham-Kent are using a local example of a choking toddler to point out the need for everyone to have proper first aid training.
The Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit is warning that local oral disease is higher than the rest of the province.
The chief of police in Chatham-Kent is urging home and business owners to sign up for a new online Video Surveillance Registry.
A 36-year-old man is facing a number of charges after local police chased a vehicle to an apartment complex in Chatham Thursday morning.