It was a record-breaking year for hockey lovers who also take pride in supporting the Hospice of Windsor and Essex County.
Chrysler’s Windsor Assembly Plant is under construction as the automaker gears up to retool the facility.
St. Clair College is still looking at putting a baking school in downtown Chatham.
Chatham-Kent’s medical officer of health is reserving judgement on the apparent rise of e-cigarettes.
A busy night in Great Lakes Junior C hockey league action saw the Wheatley Sharks, Blenheim Blades and Dresden Kings all pick up wins.
An early morning altercation saw a Chatham woman arrested. Police say around 2am Sunday, a patron at a King St. W establishment spat on one of the employees. As a result, a 22-year old-woman was arrested and charged with assault. She was released from custody pending a future court date.
The Chatham-Kent Police Service has awarded its first-ever 40 years of service medal.
As children take a break from school, their focus on reading is probably dwindling.
Extremely high levels of carbon monoxide could have easily killed a family of six in Tecumseh, instead CO detectors are being credited for saving their lives.
A Port Lambton is charged with impaired driving after a near crash in Wallaceburg Friday.