Chatham-Kent will hold advanced polls for the 2014 municipal election from October 16-18.
The municipality’s public health unit is encouraging local businesses to start their own health and wellness programs for employees.
Distracted driving and speed continue to be the leading cause of death on Ontario roadways.
The Wallaceburg Lakers suffered a huge loss on Friday, falling 8-2 to the Alvinston Flyers.
Weekend Review is your chance to catch up on all the biggest news stories from Chatham-Kent and the surrounding municipalities in southwestern Ontario.
The human rights case between two migrant workers and the former owner of Wheatley’s Presteve Foods is coming to a close.
Volunteers at St. Joseph-St. Ursula handed out thanksgiving dinner to those who need it most.
As the municipal election looms, some incumbents are facing the fact that they might be paired up with different councillors for the next four years.
A Wheatley man is facing multiple charges after a single-vehicle rollover accident in Leamington last night.
Both Windsor and London unemployment rates improve from August to September.