A Chatham-Kent police officer will not face charges after a teenage suspect suffered a broken nose during an arrest last year.
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After years of planning, the Chatham-Kent Pets and Wildlife Rescue has opened the doors of its new $2 million building.
Chatham-Kent police are investigating after tools were stolen from a storage bin on Colborne Street in Chatham.
Two men are charged after suspicious activity in Chatham led police to a backpack with a black ski mask, a knife, a flashlight and some methamphetamine inside.
The Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority has issued a wind warning for residents living along Lake Erie.
Fire crews in Chatham-Kent remained busy during the holiday, battling a garage fire in Wallaceburg.
Wallaceburg residents arrived home Sunday, in time to see two suspects leaving their property with stolen jewellery.
An equivalent of “to be or not to be,” Blackburn News has compiled a list of what will, and will not, be accessible in the municipality
The St. Clair Catholic District School Board has announced that St. Joseph Catholic School will be closing in June.
A land transfer agreement between the United Church of Canada and the Delaware First Nation means the Eelünaapéewi Lahkéewiit people can return to their original home.