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.
The Lambton Kent District School Board is working with a $260-million budget for the 2014-15 school year, with 80% going toward staff salaries.
Residential sales in Chatham-Kent were up slightly in May and it looks like more people are in a selling mood.
A province-wide education campaign informing people about their right to decline their vote was started in Windsor-Essex.
The Wallaceburg Red Devils Junior B lacrosse team picked up their fourth straight win, doubling up the London Blue Devils 10-5.
The Lambton Kent District School Board and the Walpole Island Board of Education are entering into an agreement to provide education for First Nations students until 2017.
The Hwy. 401 WB on and off ramps at Kent Bridge Rd. are closed after an overnight single vehicle crash involving a transport.