A Wallaceburg man charged with attempted murder was released from custody Thursday.
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While farm fatalities have been steadily declining since 2011, tragedies still happen in the fields each year and they are entirely preventable.
Businesses and residents in rural Chatham-Kent can expect better access to natural gas in the future but when hasn’t been figured out yet.
A local physician will be sentenced this spring after pleading guilty to charges including assault and uttering death threats.
A local family formed their own rally in unity with those at Queens Park protesting the changes in provincial autism funding Thursday.
An arrest has been made in connection with a bank robbery in Dresden last week.
The number of homes sold may be down in Chatham-Kent, but when houses do sell they are going for record high prices.
Firefighters don’t generally like to boast about community involvement while off duty but after raising $20,000 in 2018, they are challenging themselves to do better this year.
It appears chronic pot smokers in Chatham-Kent aren’t ready for their last dance with Mary Jane as a program to help kick the habit saw little to no interest.
The Maroons are looking for payback in Kamoka tonight after losing at home to the Kings Thursday.