Chatham-Kent trail usage is way up as residents head outside to stay active during the pandemic.
A Chatham-based business that went out of its way to make the holidays a little brighter for thousands of local seniors over the holidays is planning to repeat the performance later this year.
Chatham-Kent is encouraging residents to dispose of their real Christmas tree at their local leaf and yard depot, or local transfer station.
OPP will be taking over policing at the Walpole Island First Nation for two-weeks following a potential COVID-19 outbreak in the local police department.
The Chatham-Kent Salvation Army says it is about $70,000 short of its goal for the red kettle campaign.
A record number of Christmas food and toy hampers are ready for pick-up and delivery thanks to the Chatham Goodfellows.
After being closed for nine months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chatham Capitol Theatre is reopening in December for Christmas movies and rentals.
Chatham-Kent’s Medical Officer of Health said we could be in the Yellow-Protect level of Ontario’s COVID-19 response framework for a few more weeks.
Don’t forget to leave a donation on your doorstep at noon today for The Gift.
The 2020 Smile Cookie campaign at Tim Hortons in Chatham, Wallaceburg, and Dresden raised over $34,000.