Matt Weverink

If you're looking to reach Matt, you can email him at mweverink@blackburnradio.com or you can call him in the newsroom at 519 354 6397.

Weekend Review July 28 – August 1

Weekend Review is your chance to catch up on all the biggest news stories from Chatham-Kent and the surrounding municipalities in southwestern Ontario.

OPP Cruiser. (BlackburnNews.com file photo.)

Stolen Vehicle Yields Stolen Plates

A 30-year-old Essex man is facing a handful of charges now after provincial police pulled over a stolen vehicle on Hwy. 401 near Communication Rd.

Chatham-Kent police cruiser (Photo courtesy of Chatham-Kent Police Service.)

Kayak Stolen From Garage

Chatham-Kent police are asking the public to help them solve a break-in on Grand Ave. E in Chatham.

West Nile Still A Threat

Despite an expected decrease in the mosquito population this year, officials at the Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit are still expecting the West Nile Virus to surface in the area.

Weekend Review July 21-25

Weekend Review is your chance to catch up on all the biggest news stories from Chatham-Kent and the surrounding municipalities in southwestern Ontario.

Helicopter Hits Hydro Wire

The Ministry of Labour and Transport Canada have both been contacted after a helicopter severed a hydro wire while it was spraying a field on Mallard Line in Dover Township.

A group gathers in downtown Chatham to protest the violence in Gaza. July 24, 2014. (Photo by Ashton Patis)

Calling For A Cease-Fire

A group of Chatham-Kent residents is urging Canadian politicians to take action against the violence in Gaza.