The Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit is still urging people to get their flu shots, despite a medical publication saying it’s not very effective this year.
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The lawyer for a Chatham woman fighting for what she says is her rightful half of a $6.1-million jackpot says the dispute will most likely end up in court.
With the pending closure of Radio Cabs in Chatham, the municipality is looking for another accessible transportation provider.
The final numbers are in and St. Clair College lost 1,232 students this semester because of the faculty strike.
A Blenheim man has been charged with mischief for allegedly kicking the glass door at the front of the Canada Post Office in Blenheim.
Ontario’s mandate to soon double ethanol in gasoline is music to the ears of officials at Chatham’s ethanol plant.
The identity of the buyer of the Cross Country Manufacturing plant in Blenheim has been made public.
The Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign is off to a slow start and needs your help.
The Chatham-Kent Hospice Foundation recently received $15,000 from the “Pretty in Pink” Dover Ladies Group.
Chatham-Kent Police are once again making Christmas wishes come true for dozens of local children.