The holiday season is a great time to visit family, but public health officials advise against it if you’re sick.
Christmas may be done, but the shopping certainly isn’t, and Chatham-Kent police continue to warn residents to lock their cars with valuables inside.
With Christmas falling on a Sunday this year, some Boxing Day closures will extend into the week for certain Chatham-Kent services.
Chatham-Goodfellows outgoing President Scott Williston says he’s loved serving in his role for the last six years, but adds now it’s someone else’s turn.
Patients on Walpole Island have been taking advantage of a new van courtesy of the Erie St. Clair LHIN.
Anti-tobacco measures have made steady progress the last number years, but according to Chatham-Kent Public Health officials, the province needs to take things further.
There’s room at the Comfort Inn for the family of CKHA patients again this year.
The Chatham Maroons continue to make big moves in December, adding a right winger that’s familiar with southwestern Ontario.
Officials with Chatham’s designated driver service Home James can’t seem to pinpoint why they’re seeing decreased ridership this year.
The need for food around Christmas time has never been higher, and Chatham Goodfellows officials say residents have answered the call.