Chatham-Kent-Leamington MP Dave Van Kesteren says local greenhouses could pay upwards of $500,000 a year if Canada enacts a new carbon tax.
Five people from Windsor have been arrested after disguised robbers broke into a Chatham apartment building.
Chatham-Kent’s police chief says they’ll continue to work with local landowners if trespassing hunters invade their property.
The former general manager of Downtown Chatham’s Coffee Culture says he was as surprised as his fellow employees that the store on King St. W was closed Thursday.
Chatham Maroons Forward Ethan Sarfati seems to be making a good first impression with his new team.
Environment Canada is predicting a mix of precipitation coming to Southwestern Ontario.
The Chatham-Kent Police Service is changing its “carding” policy, though Chief Gary Conn says the process has never been an issue locally.
The Chatham-Kent Association of Realtors is hoping Christmas won’t stop housing numbers from reaching record-highs.
With Chatham-Kent’s Trial ATV bylaw trial period ending, staff want to hear what residents think of the off-road system.
In just its second year, the Chatham-Kent Police Service toy drive has doubled its donations for the Salvation Army.