The Office of the Fire Marshal has determined that a fatal fire this weekend at a Chatham apartment building was accidental.
A graduate of Tilbury District High School has won an $8,000 bursary from the Dairy Farmers of Ontario to help with her post-secondary education.
Chatham-Kent’s Medical Officer of Health is reassuring the public that the health unit has a recent increase of COVID-19 cases in the municipality under control.
A 36-year-old Chatham man is facing charges after he allegedly showed up at a local woman’s home and took her vehicle without her permission even though he wasn’t supposed to be in contact with her.
Chatham-Kent Public Health is notifying the Chatham Kent Secondary School community of possible exposure to COVID-19.
A Chatham-Kent police officer accused of sexual assault is expected to enter a plea next month, almost two years after he was initially suspended from duty.
The Lambton Kent District School Board and the union representing its high school teachers have reached a tentative contract agreement.
Chatham-Kent and Windsor are getting a chunk of provincial funding to help protect their most vulnerable people from COVID-19.
The Ontario government has picked a Windsor contractor to install the much-anticipated concrete safety barriers on Highway 401 in Tilbury.
A shelter cat from Chatham is proving that he not only has nine lives but a little bit of luck, too.