Several children in the community are able to add a few gifts under their Christmas trees after the third annual “Shop With a Cop” event.
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Chatham-Kent police are asking drivers to plan ahead when travelling this weekend.
Red-knitted scarves are being worn around town as part of the United Way of Chatham-Kent’s latest campaign, but there’s one woman in particular who’s responsible for making them.
It’s that time of year where the Chatham Goodfellows will be lining the streets as part of their “No Child Without a Christmas” campaign.
The last of the donated toys are expected to be packed up Thursday night, as the Chatham Goodfellows wrap up toy packing.
Operation of the Capitol Theatre is no longer up in the air, as the municipality will assume in-house operations on a permanent basis.
Property owners can breath a sigh of relief, now that the municipality will work to address the issue of unlawful hunting and trespassing in Chatham-Kent.
Habitat for Humanity Chatham-Kent is celebrating after receiving almost $360,000 from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
The issue of crow control will be coming back to council in the new year.
The Parry Bridge on Keil Drive will be closed for five days in the new year to repair the bridge’s latching mechanism.