The judge will release his decision June 19 on whether Ruth Burger is criminally responsible for the deaths of two children at a south London Costco.
The OPP has laid a charge in connection to a crash involving a Beer Store truck on Hwy. 40.
The Chatham-Kent Health Alliance’s chief of medical staff is one of 14 recipients of the first-ever Champion of Telemedicine Awards.
The woman accused of killing two children when her car reversed through the doors of a London Costco has plead not guilty to a total all charges.
Despite province’s elementary school teachers ramping up job action today, minimal impact on students ahead of possible September clampdown.
The community is invited to show their appreciation to area growers for Local Food Week.
Chatham-Kent police are appealing to the public for tips after someone stole 12 long guns from a residence in the Wheatley area.
With an estimated 95,000 people attending the Chevrolet Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix each year, many think this event plays a critical role in reviving the city.
The Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority has issued a watershed conditions statement following the heavy rainfall throughout the weekend.
Men sported red high heels this past weekend to walk in support of victims of domestic violence.