In March, a motion will go to council for meetings to be held at locations other than Chatham’s Civic Centre, twice a year.
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Hopes are high as a local family gets ready to travel to a treatment facility in the U.S., as a 21-year-old woman battles leukemia.
A section of Rose Beach Line will be closed throughout the year, as an environmental assessment (EA) is not set to be complete until 2020.
Despite support from the community, the North Buxton bid for a new pavilion came up just shy of a $50,000 grant.
The Salvation Army of Chatham-Kent came up a little short in reaching its goal of $500,000 through the organization’s annual Red Kettle campaign.
Damage is estimated at $100,000 after a house in Chatham went up in flames.
The Chatham-Kent Workforce Planning Board is encouraging business owners to take the Employer One Survey.
Chatham-Kent residents now have the chance to learn about policing tactics within the community.
A Chatham family is overwhelmed with the amount of support they have received as community members rally behind 21-year-old Jocelyn McGlynn.
Chatham-Kent has gone another year without a fatal fire, a trend Chatham-Kent’s fire and Emergency Services chief hopes to see continue.