To help save some money from the base budget, about $2.3-million was cut out of infrastructure Wednesday night.
The self-described “Freedom Convoy” will make its way from Windsor to Kingston before heading to Friday’s protest on Parliament Hill in Ottawa Friday.
Three municipal offices in Chatham-Kent that have been closed for a couple of weeks because of COVID-19 are set to reopen.
Two more Chatham-Kent residents have lost their lives to COVID-19.
A retired Chatham-Kent police service dog is on the road to recovery after a successful fundraising campaign to help with his medical bills.
Chatham-Kent police are appealing to the public for tips as they work to solve a pair of break-ins at some storage units in Chatham.
Minor hockey associations across Chatham-Kent are getting ready to return to play next week after the province put all games, practices, on-ice and off-ice training on hold on January 3, 2022.
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has sent out a warning to people who receive requests from people asking for personal information.
Organizers of the Chatham Ribfest are planning to bring the event back to Tecumseh Park this summer.
The deadline for the program is January 31, 2022.