Chatham News

Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens talks to the media in his office at City Hall, April 15, 2015. (Photo by Mike Vlasveld)

Jaguar Turns Down Windsor

The City of Windsor has missed out on a potential investment from British automaker Jaguar, but it wasn’t due to a lack of trying.

Public educator Ashley Scott and Asst. Fire Chief Bob Davidson introduce awareness campaign May 27, 2015 (Photo by Simon Crouch)

Alarm Awareness Campaign Coming

Fire officials across Chatham-Kent are getting ready to knock on doors making sure people know carbon dioxide detectors, as well as smoke alarms, are now mandatory in most homes.

Storm clouds over Blenheim, June 18, 2014. (Photo courtesy of Teresa Smith via the Blackburn Radio app)

Storm Watch Is Over

Environment Canada has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Windsor-Essex and Chatham-Kent.

RM Launches Cars And Coffee

Veteran and novice car enthusiasts can get their fix at RM Auto Restoration Saturday during the company’s first Cars and Coffee event.

Still Bitter About Amalgamation

With a Fraser Institute study showing amalgamation is not the cost-saver it was meant to be, some Chatham-Kent politicians are still not satisfied with the single-tier system implemented in 1998.

CK Health and Family Services building May 21 2015 (Photo by Simon Crouch)

Tick Season Is Now

Ticks are at their most active this time of year and the public seems aware of the potential for Lyme Disease.