Chatham-Kent police say a woman has died in hospital after a vehicle drove into a water-filled ditch in Wallaceburg.
Since the program began in 1946, the organization has helped return more than 1.5-million sets of lost keys.
A Wallaceburg woman charged with first-degree murder remains in custody, as the local community reels following the death of a Dover Township man.
PC leader Doug Ford made stops in the Sarnia-area Friday morning, outlining plans to end what he calls “hallway health care.”
After prolonged delays, the new boat launch at Sarnia’s Centennial Park will finally open next week.
Point Edward is getting just over $542,000 for the period from January to March of this year.
Marilyn Gladu doesn’t agree with a Liberal caucus proposal to decriminalize illicit drug use and simple possession.
High Park Farms, a new subsidiary of Tilray Inc., has received its federal license from Health Canada to cultivate medical marijuana in Enniskillen Township.
The US Geological Survey (USGS) has confirmed that an earthquake occurred in the Windsor-Essex area Thursday evening.
Four members of last year’s squad are making their way to the American Hockey League to practice for the duration of the playoffs.