Alyssa Doherty of Chatham will appear on the new TV series “See No Evil” on Friday.
With the cold weather upon us, Chatham-Kent police are advising drivers to be prepared for adverse road conditions.
A 25-year-old Dresden woman who was killed a single-vehicle crash north of Chatham earlier this week will be laid to rest today.
Icy road conditions have led to numerous crashes on Hwy. 401 between Puce Rd. and Manning Rd.
Union Gas has raised $634,580 for United Way Chatham-Kent.
Salt trucks hit the streets for the first time this season, while public works’ winter costs continue to climb.
Fairly new food tourism event in Chatham-Kent up for a provincial award.
Five college students are facing mischief-related charges after police broke up a number of parties at the same house in Ridgetown.
Nearly a year after the Heinz closure announcement in Leamington, the federal government is spending $200,000 in the area to deal with the affects of losing the plant.
A Chatham woman who plays on the Canadian national women’s sledge hockey team hopes a recent international tournament will help the women’s sport become better known.