Chatham-Kent police are investigating a theft from an unlocked garage on Thelma Avenue in Chatham.
Canada Post is also asking people to maintain social distancing.
With the number of confirmed COVID-19 continuing to grow every day, the Ontario government is issuing further restrictions and extending its state of emergency.
It’s good news for a man in his 50’s, who was identified as Chatham-Kent’s first confirmed case of COVID-19.
The United Way of Chatham-Kent is providing a more streamlined support mechanism to help people out during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Walpole Island man is facing several charges after a wild chase with city police and the OPP over the weekend.
Any Canadian business or not-for-profit organization that has seen a 30 per cent or more drop in revenues will be eligible for a subsidy of 75 per cent to cover employees’ wages.
Damage is estimated at $180,000 after a fire sparked at a home in Chatham on Monday morning.
The students will still have to finish their online classes and exams to graduate.
A 38-year-old Chatham woman is facing a pair of assault charges after allegedly hitting a family member and a local police officer early Monday morning.