Chatham-Kent’s public works crews remain busy trying to clear roads of snow.
Chatham-Kent’s new recycling contract includes a profit sharing opportunity that could make the municipality some extra money.
The garbage bag limit for curbside pick-up in Chatham-Kent is changing for the first time in nine years.
Chatham and Windsor are losing their Target stores, as the company prepares to pull out of Canada.
The LaSalle Vipers picked up their fourth straight win as they defeated the London Nationals 3-1.
The first place Essex 73’s made a comeback in the third but it wasn’t enough as Amherstburg got away with a 4-3 win in junior C hockey action.
The media relations officer for the Historic Downtown Chatham BIA says “a two-storey, unfinished structure” isn’t exactly part of the group’s vision.
Queens Line is open again between Merlin Rd. and the Hwy. 401 overpass following a collision.
Chatham-Kent’s mayor is hoping he can convince the owner of the halted downtown Chatham condo to resume the project.
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