Despite the provincial lockdown, the Chatham-Kent Public Library is making sure kids still have plenty to do during the April Break.
A service gap identified in Chatham-Kent years ago has resulted in the renewal of urology services at the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA) as well as a new operating room theatre.
A man is facing several charges after Chatham-Kent police got a call about someone walking around with an axe in Ridgetown.
Director of Education Deb Crawford has announced plans to retire on September 30.
Non-urgent and elective surgeries at the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance will be ramped down to address a surge in COVID-19 cases across Ontario that is filling up intensive care units.
A Wallaceburg senior accused of murdering his wife last year is being sent to a facility in St. Thomas for further mental health assessment.
A COVID-19 outbreak has been declared at Ursuline College Chatham Catholic Secondary School.
Four Chatham-Kent residents are facing drug trafficking charges after police allegedly found some illegal drugs and some cash during a search at a residence in Chatham on Thursday.
A 34-year-old man has been arrested and charged after he allegedly set an RV trailer on fire in Raleigh Township while two of his family members were still inside.
A statement said he “passed away peacefully at Windsor Castle.”