The importance of exercise is being touted by health officials for seniors to keep mobile and manage chronic disease.
Three Chatham-Kent companies were part of a technology innovation announcement made February 16th at the Canadian International AutoShow in Toronto.
Transit Windsor has begun testing its new Intelligent Transportation System to improve service.
A local Detective Constable says internet child exploitation investigations continue to rise in Chatham-Kent and he expects that trend to continue as more people use electronic devices to communicate.
Chatham-Kent Health Alliance has more new leadership.
This year’s event could surpass 700 people.
This flu season has been similar to last flu season in Windsor-Essex when it comes to the number of confirmed cases.
The AMA arena in downtown Amherstburg is going to be demolished.
The number of Windsor-Essex students without proper immunization shots or records now stands at around 2,000.
The Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce is making some key recommendations to the province as the Legislature begins its spring session next week.