The United Way of Chatham-Kent wants to make sure every student has what they need, thanks to the BackPacks for Kids program.
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At least one Chatham-Kent councillor is happy to hear the municipality will be getting some money from the provincial infrastructure money.
A Moraviantown man is facing a long list of charges following a high speed chase through Chatham Saturday evening.
Windsor police officers have ended the stand off on Ouellette. Ave.
Greg Haskell took advantage of a crash and stole the win in the 8th annual memorial Late Model race to honour his father Rick at South Buxton Raceway Saturday night.
Catherine Multari is the latest to receive LaSalle’s Citizen Award for her achievement in finishing third at the NCAA Rowing Championships with the University of Virginia.
The Liberal government is reaffirming its commitment to food processing in Ontario.
With classes starting Tuesday, D.A. Gordon Public School in Wallaceburg will be quiet for the first time in nearly 100 years.
Chatham-Kent police are searching for suspects in a pair of arsons.
Wallaceburg Grade 7 and 8 students are looking forward to starting class in the newly renovated wing of Wallaceburg District Secondary School.