Paul Watson is Chatham-Kent’s first Integrity Commissioner.
Environment Canada has ended a severe thunderstorm watch for Chatham-Kent and Windsor-Essex.
A fight over alcohol has resulted in the arrest of a Chatham man.
Chatham-Kent police are looking into a theft that occurred sometime after 5pm on August 26.
A series of arsons happening in the east end of the city have sparked an investigation.
Thanks to a recent donation made by the Moose Lodge hotel, Chatham-Kent’s Crime Stoppers can use a finger printing kit to help policing in the community.
A 12-year-old Chatham girl has the chance to walk without braces on her legs, she just needs some help to get there.
In an effort to satisfy complaints and save money for the Chatham-Kent Fire and Emergency Services the open air burn bylaw has been changed.
A shocking amount of people showed up at the Dresden raceway to show support at the 2016 RCMP Musical Ride.
Construction of Chatham’s downtown condo has taken up public space on King St. and Simcoe Lane, but that space is expected to clear by late December.