Former Chatham-Kent police officer Ken Miller has been sentenced to 60 days in jail after pleading guilty to one count of breach of trust.
Help is on the way when it comes to paying for rehabilitation work on the Lord Selkirk Bridge in Wallaceburg.
The province’s police watchdog is asking for anyone who may have seen an arrest on Park Ave. E. in Chatham late Saturday night to come forward.
Chatham-Kent OPP have busted another speeder for stunt driving.
A 77-year-old Dover Township man is charged with failing to stop at a red light after a four-vehicle pileup in Chatham.
Chatham-Kent police have re-opened Kimball Rd. just north of Wallaceburg following a crash that took the life of a Windsor woman.
A Chatham-Kent police constable should soon know his fate.
The embattled, former leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario will be unable to run in the upcoming provincial election.
A merger between Entegrus Powerlines Inc. and St. Thomas Energy Inc. has been given final approval.
Ontario’s minister of economic development and growth was in Chatham Thursday afternoon to announce a $2.6-million investment in Chatham-Kent.