Chatham-Kent fire officials are investigating after a fire unleashed at a Wallaceburg warehouse.
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A Chatham entrepreneur offering home-cooked meals at takeout convenience and prices says the community has taken her in with open arms.
The Municipality of Chatham-Kent is giving residents a heads up of closures during the winter holidays.
Cyclists in Chatham-Kent can now be reunited with their stolen bicycles faster using a new registry on the police service’s website.
A recent survey in Chatham-Kent shows that about one third of residents struggle with their mental health and many of them feel lost about where to turn.
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Chatham-Kent and Windsor-Essex, calling for a messy mix of freezing rain and snow on Thursday.
After a car full of Salvation Army donations was stolen in Chatham-Kent, many residents and organizations have come forward in the spirit of Christmas giving.
The Chatham-Kent Cougars Football Club is rallying together to help a local family who lost their home in a fire just before Christmas.
Chatham-Kent police say they are gearing up to handle possible increases in crime and safety concerns once marijuana is legalized and a store comes to the municipality.
A sea of volunteers came to help the Chatham Goodfellows pack over 1,400 boxes of meats, potatoes, and veggies for families in need on Tuesday.