Municipal offices and most services are closed today and Monday for the Easter holiday weekend.
A man and woman from Chatham are charged with arson, following two separate fires at a Richmond St. car dealership in March.
The Royal Canadian Legion in Ridgetown is planting an oak with its roots in the First World War.
Heritage tree owners can nominate their living landmarks for Canada 150 celebrations.
Power is now restored to hundreds of Hydro One customers in Wallaceburg, after high winds caused scattered outages across Chatham-Kent.
Thursday night’s Parade of Chefs will take you on a culinary journey through the east.
St. Clair College is getting a $1.9-million boost from the provincial government, as part of a $50-million funding announcement for Ontario’s colleges.
A tractor trailer driver has been charged after a rollover crash shut down the eastbound Hwy. 401 off-ramp at Bloomfield Rd. in Chatham.
Hydro crews have restored power to around 1,000 Entegrus customers in Tilbury following an outage.
It doesn’t make financial or logical sense for the St. Clair Catholic District School Board to maintain under-enrolled, old buildings.