Impaired driving charges have been laid after a vehicle on Queens Line reportedly caused a police cruiser to swerve onto the gravel shoulder in order to avoid a collision.
Local churches that break COVID-19 restrictions are still on the radar as far as the Municipality of Chatham-Kent is concerned.
Chatham-Kent residents are being reminded to make sure that they have purchased their municipal dog tags for the year.
The Brickworks Community from the non-profit group the Opportunity Village Land Trust (OVCLT) is one of the 15 finalists for the Future Ground Prize.
After a delay because of COVID-19, volunteers with Habitat for Humanity are getting back to work in Chatham-Kent to help make homeownership possible for more families.
Until August 23, more than 158,000 workers will get between $2 and $3 more an hour.
School boards in Lambton-Kent say even though there won’t be traditional graduation ceremonies again this year, there will be virtual and drive-by graduations and some smaller, fun events to close out the school year for students.
A 29-year-old Chatham man is facing a handful of charges after police allegedly found him carrying around some stolen wire and some illegal drugs.
A 25-year-old Chatham woman has been transferred to a hospital in Windsor with serious injuries after she was hit by a vehicle while crossing the street on Park Avenue East in Chatham.
In this episode of the Blackburn News Podcast, host Craig Needles looks at how Canadians have reacted to the killings of a Muslim family in London.