Some fires along ditch banks are more intense than usual this year as conservation officials try to reduce the reach of an invasive reed.
The University of Windsor’s Board of Governors has approved an increase in tuition for the 2016-17 school year.
Chatham-Kent public health is trying to set up food drive system that doesn’t just ask people to donate canned goods.
Mayor Randy Hope and Chatham-Kent Economic Development’s Michael Burton are wrapping up another China visit, yet the pair admits there are still no jobs to show for over 12 business trips.
A 49-year-old Chatham-Kent man now faces a slew of firearm charges after police seized a shotgun, two rifles and other weapons from a Blenheim home.
A man is fighting for his life in a London hospital after being shot in the city’s downtown core.
Electricity rates are going up next month, but the cost of delivering that energy in Chatham-Kent is going down.
Veterans Affairs has granted Chatham-Kent $8,000 for cenotaph upgrades after learning of the misspelling of “remembrance” on the war memorial.
Essex County OPP has released the name of the deceased in Wednesday’s fatal crash on Hwy. 3.
Eighty people face 274 charges in a multi-jurisdictional OPP investigation targeting those who sexually exploit children online.