The Municipality of Chatham-Kent is reminding the public that local bylaw enforcement officers and police will continue enforcing provincial COVID-19 regulations despite a plan by some businesses to defy the law.
Police in Chatham-Kent are warning homeowners to do their homework on home renovations contractors and never give them money ahead of a project.
The COVID-19 situation in Chatham-Kent is going in the right direction after another drop in active cases on Wednesday and the end of two outbreaks.
Chatham-Kent Victim Services has launched a video series called “Our stories — Human Trafficking in Canada” to better educate the public about human trafficking, what it looks like, and how it can destroy lives.
A few doctors in Chatham-Kent have started offering the COVID-19 vaccine to those who are eligible.
A woman is her 80s is the latest death linked to COVID-19 in Chatham-Kent.
A man accused of trying to murder a woman in Wallaceburg two years ago has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.
Non-urgent and elective surgeries at the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance will be ramped down to address a surge in COVID-19 cases across Ontario that is filling up intensive care units.
A Wallaceburg senior accused of murdering his wife last year is being sent to a facility in St. Thomas for further mental health assessment.
A COVID-19 outbreak has been declared at Ursuline College Chatham Catholic Secondary School.