A Superior Court judge has ruled 13 Lev Tahor children will not be sent back to Quebec and placed in foster care.
An Amber Alert issued for Matthew Zhang has been cancelled after the boy was found in Vaughn.
Despite $44-million in cuts to OHIP funded physiotherapy programs, the province is offering fall prevention and exercise classes for free at 86 sites across the Erie St. Clair Local Health Integration Network.
An industrial property in Chatham could soon have some new uses as the owner is asking Chatham-Kent Council to permit a marijuana facility in one part and a retail outlet in another.
Ministry of Agriculture officials are asking people to keep an eye out for another invasive species.
Firefighters from across North America will be competing in a combat challenge at this year’s FireFest in Chatham-Kent.
A suspect accused of stabbing another man has been taken into custody following an 11 hour stand-off with police.
Local charities and food banks will benefit from $307,600 raised in this year’s Festival of Giving.
According to Hydro One, it’s going to be well into the afternoon before the power is restored to more than 3,000 people in Chatham-Kent.
Roughy 700 Navistar workers took advantage of a retraining program offered by St. Clair College when the facility was shuttered.