Members of the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation (CKHAF) are getting into the holiday spirit by inviting the community to join together for some festive events this month.
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The number of child cares spaces in Chatham will see a boost following a $2.1 million funding announcement by MPP Rick Nicholls on behalf of the Ontario Ministry of Education.
Several cancer patients across Chatham-Kent will receive holiday care baskets thanks to the fundraising efforts of a Chatham man.
A growing relationship between farming and technology has piqued one father’s interest so much that he’s supporting a local robotics club and challenging others to do the same.
Police are reminding drivers to be aware of deer following two separate crashes on Talbot Trail and Middle Line.
A 50-year-old Chatham woman is charged with impaired driving after backing into a police cruiser.
The United Way of Chatham-Kent has partnered with over a dozen restaurants for Paint the Town Red.
Two Chatham-Kent paramedics have been recognized for their years of exemplary service.
Unionized employees at a retirement home in Chatham have unanimously ratified a new collective agreement, which includes a wage increase.
New graduates from Ontario’s Police College (OPC) are being advised to prepare and adapt to a constantly changing industry.