It’s back to the drawing board for the Catholic school board in Chatham-Kent after having some local school projects rejected by the province for three years in a row.
A legal battle is underway between Fergie Jenkins and the foundation that bears his name.
The Withdrawal Management Services Unit at the Chatham hospital is off to a decent start.
The two hospitals in Chatham-Kent have received provincial cash to continue their offload nursing program.
The Municipality of Chatham-Kent is getting some blowback for moving too fast with its new development charges and not doing enough consultation around the matter before approving them.
A group of students from Ursuline College in Chatham (UCC) was among dozens that showed up at an event on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation to learn more about reconciliation.
An emotional healing walk and gathering took place in Wallaceburg on Thursday to commemorate the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
The Tilbury Bluebirds are ready to fly in their debut of Western Ontario Super Hockey League (WOSHL) Saturday night.
After a brief scare, it looks like the property in Chatham-Kent dubbed “Canada’s most photographed house” could be getting a new lease on life.
Dresden is about to be thrust into the national spotlight for a very spooky reason.