A Chatham-Kent man accused of attempting to murder a Chatham-Kent police officer will finally be released on bail for compassionate reasons.
If you use Queen’s Line on your daily commute, you might experience some slowdowns over the next several days.
It took more than two years, but a Wallaceburg woman accused of organizing a protest in Chatham against COVID-19 restrictions in 2020 will find out her punishment, if any, in April.
Chloe Cooley’s resistance to her enslaver in 1793 led to the gradual abolition of enslavement in Upper Canada.
Black History Month in Chatham-Kent is starting off Wednesday with a flag-raising event at the Civic Centre on King Street, starting at noon.
A 28-year-old Chatham woman is in more trouble with the law after she allegedly shoplifted from a store she had been ordered to stay away from.
Queens Line between Chatham and Tilbury is reopened following a collision that resulted in a lengthy closure.
The issue of backyard chickens is coming home to roost again in Chatham-Kent.
The Chatham-Kent Fair will act as a “one-off” event to the Chatham-Kent Kinsmen Fair which announced its cancellation last week.
Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA) is reporting patient admissions from its Emergency Departments (ED) to the hospital have been rising, but the flu, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), and COVID-19 surge has peaked and is trending down.