It’s great news for boaters and the shipping industry. On the whole, water levels on the Great Lakes are up.
A new computer program being tested at Canada-U.S. border crossings is getting some positive early returns.
The Western Counties Wolverines baseball team finished second in their first tournament.
A pair of Chatham-Kent firefighters suffered “minor” injuries in a shed fire, in the 7400-block of Talbot Trail.
Eight schools in Chatham-Kent are receiving fresh local produce as a part of a pilot project.
Chatham-Kent buses will not be operating with the exception of the beach bus.
More than 65 students have jobs at the University of Guelph Ridgetown Campus this summer. The field crop pest management program has ten hires according to Research Associate Jocelyn Smith. “I think they gain a lot of good experience working here and even some of them that don’t come from an agricultural background really learn […]
About $200,000 worth of property is still intact in Wheatley thanks to fire crews from Leamington and Chatham-Kent.
Chatham-Kent citizens have rallied to get rid of old and unused household prescription drugs by taking part in the local Prescription Drug Drop Off.
A number of Ontario greenhouse operators would like to grow plants year round, and are hoping for a break in the cost of energy to let them do that.