A Chatham murderer out on full parole has had a special parole condition removed because he is reintegrating into society well.
The Ontario Review Board (ORB) has officially ordered a psychiatric facility in St. Thomas to begin the relocation of an elderly Wallaceburg man with a mental disorder who killed his wife in 2020.
Cemeteries across Chatham-Kent are changing to keep up with the growing demand for cremation.
The next step in building a school and child care centre in south Chatham will be discussed at Chatham-Kent council on Monday night.
Off-road vehicles could be allowed in more places across Chatham-Kent if a bylaw amendment is approved by council on Monday night.
The team that’s raising money for a new Chatham-Kent Children’s Treatment Centre (CKCTC) is significantly increasing its request for funds from the municipality of Chatham-Kent.
The Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA) is looking into a family complaint following a suicide in Chatham.
A Chatham woman has pleaded guilty to stabbing another woman in Chatham about a year ago.
The Ministry of Long-Term Care (MLTC) says a long term care home promised in 2020 is still in the cards for Chatham with construction set to start in the fall.
A Wallaceburg woman accused of three counts of attempted murder in connection to a stabbing at an apartment building in Wallaceburg last year has pleaded guilty to lesser charges.