The spirit of Legion Week lives on through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Indigenous community in Chatham-Kent is being offered a new lifeline to help Indigenous persons live in local urban communities.
The medical officer of health for Chatham-Kent is open to using a new COVID-19 saliva test when it’s approved by Health Canada.
Local school bus drivers are getting praise from school board officials for such a smooth return to school this week.
Positivity Day will continue in Chatham-Kent this fall despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Chatham-Kent Health Alliance is bracing for longer lineups at its COVID-19 assessment centre and will make changes if necessary.
The health unit in Chatham-Kent is reporting service cuts and layoffs could be on the horizon if provincial funding doesn’t materialize.
Chatham-Kent Public Health is ramping up COVID-19 public education to dispel public misunderstanding about the coronavirus.
A group of lifesavers and crime-fighting sleuths in Chatham-Kent have been recognized by police for their bravery and compassion.
The chief of police in Chatham-Kent is very proud of the way his men and women have handled the COVID-19 pandemic.