A new COVID-19 outbreak has been declared at Blenheim District High School.
Chatham-Kent police had to deal with more public complaints in 2020 but conducted fewer internal investigations generated by the Chief.
Three more sex offenders have been added to the Sex Offenders Registry in Chatham-Kent.
Two local Ontario Hockey League (OHL) players are disappointed that the junior hockey season has been cancelled.
Overall crime in Chatham-Kent was up 12 per cent last year compared to the previous year.
The Municipality of Chatham-Kent has voted to waive late payment charges on all property tax classes for the current tax year.
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.