Chatham-Kent police are investigating a collision in Ridgetown that sent a pedestrian to hospital with non life-threatening injuries Monday afternoon.
Provincial police have reopened Highway 401 WB between Provincial Rd and Highway 3 following a single-vehicle accident earlier this morning.
Chatham-Kent’s police chief says the rising cost of policing continues to be a key concern for services across the country.
A $1.3-million grant from the Municipality of Chatham-Kent to St. Clair College is still in play, despite the college deciding against moving into the Capitol Theatre annex building.
An official at the Windsor Regional Hospital’s Ouellette campus confirms the admission of a patient exhibiting possible Ebola-like symptoms.
A few properties in Chatham-Kent are potentially on the verge of being listed on the Ontario Heritage Act.
Local officials with the Canadian Cancer Society say local cyclists were up to the challenge of the weather on Saturday and most covered the long route in the Cycling For Hope event.
Officials with the Parkinson Society says the Superwalk in Chatham on the weekend was a big success.
The Ontario Provincial Police has identified a 33-year-old man facing weapons charges after a shooting in Leamington sent a man to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
The Chatham-Kent Hospice now has an executive director in place.