Three police officers in Chatham-Kent, a brave citizen, and a firefighter have been recognized for their courage.
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Personal support workers are once again being offered free training to address the huge gap across the region.
An emotional Kirk Earley was sworn-in on Tuesday in council chambers.
Chatham-Kent is getting millions of dollars in provincial funding to improve roads, bridges, and water infrastructure.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is notifying the public about some defective mini strollers because they pose a fall hazard.
A tourism grant from the municipality is helping three Chatham-Kent businesses promote the area, its culture, and local food.
The Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent keeps inching closer to its new building.
The Municipality of Chatham-Kent is reminding people that a new bylaw requires property owners outside the core to salt their sidewalks.
A plea for a Chatham-Kent police constable accused of sexual assault is still being negotiated.
Chatham has a new pizza place.