Several students have been hit with fines over the last few weeks across the municipality for vaping in prohibited areas and the public health unit said it is increasing enforcement.
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Over 100 residents came out to meet local police officers and voice their concerns at an inaugural event in Chatham.
A local cannabis producer has received a certificate passing it for both Canadian and European Union (EU) regulations and apparently in record time.
A new local microbrewery with a focus on buying local is gearing up for a big year as owners hope to have product available by the fall.
A 53-year-old man received minor injuries in a robbery attempt in downtown Chatham.
A local organization wants to help better inform and train youth workers when it comes to children who experienced past trauma.
A tractor trailer losing parts on the highway got the attention of police over the weekend.
Chatham-Kent councillors haven’t seen a pay increase since 2004, but that could change with a majority vote on Monday.
Arena usage in Chatham-Kent is on a steep decline and the trend looks to continue for the foreseeable future.
The United Way of Chatham-Kent’s annual fundraising campaign has surpassed its goal.