UCC’s Michelle Truong & Jake Lindley of CKSS have been named the 2014 recipients of the Dr. Jack Parry Award honouring the top graduating student-athletes in Chatham-Kent.
Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak is stepping down as the leader of his party.
PC Rick Nicholls is re-elected in Chatham-Kent-Essex.
PC Monte McNaughton is re-elected in Lambton-Kent-Middlesex.
The Ontario Liberal Party has won the 2014 provincial election.
The president of the Windsor University Faculty Association stresses to members talks with the University of Windsor are making headway.
Local voters are not anticipating much to change in Ontario or at Queen’s Park as a result of tonight’s election.
Chatham-Kent Council is granting the Ministry of Transportation the ability to conduct work overnight on Hwy. 40, despite noise disruptions.
The Chatham-Kent Women’s Centre is gearing up for its 6th annual Walk A Mile In Her Shoes, Red High Heel March.
A Mississauga man is facing a charge of careless driving after flipping his tractor-trailer on Hwy. 401 near Harwich Rd.