A drunk driver in Dresden made it home safe but still spent the night in jail Thursday.
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The families of three deceased area men may have to wait until Thursday morning to hear recommendations of how to prevent similar tragedies in the future.
Reducing property crime was made a priority for local police last year and recent stats show they are following through.
The municipality is asking the public to respect construction sites after the Fifth Street bridge in Chatham was vandalized over the weekend.
Jurors in Chatham will have the chance to change fall prevention legislation as an inquiry into the deaths of three area men got underway Monday.
Hundreds of Chatham-Kent students walked out of class Thursday in protest of changes being made to education by the Ford government.
Housing prices are soaring in Chatham-Kent as the market continues to favour sellers.
The men’s refuge centre in Chatham has been making a difference in the lives of those who stay and there are success stories to prove it.
The patient experience is top of mind for board members on the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA) and the facility is showing big improvements.
Local high school students will be protesting changes to the education system later this week with a planned province-wide walkout.