You might see a sea of flannel down the streets of Chatham this weekend.
The St. Elizabeth Catholic School in Wallaceburg is getting some robotics equipment for a new extra-curricular program.
Chatham-Kent’s Children’s Treatment Centre is expanding one of their programs, which helps youth after graduating high school.
Staff at the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance are urging local residents to ask doctors and nurses more questions about the medication they’re taking.
The winners of this year’s Mayor’s Heritage Preservation Award have been announced, and one of them is Councillor Frank Vercouteren.
The Lieutenant Governor of Ontario has wrapped up her visit in Chatham-Kent, ending with a reception at the Capitol Theatre.
For the first time the Windsor Police Services have named a female superintendent.
Chatham-Kent is endorsing the installation of solar panels throughout the municipality.
Power has now been restored in Ridgetown and Thamesville following an outage.
Phase one of Entegrus’ project to install LED street lights in Chatham-Kent is now complete, just in time for trick-or-treaters.