Police are looking for help identifying a thief or thieves who stole a hockey bag full of equipment and fridge cart from the back of Chatham Burgers on Grand Ave.
Members of Chatham-Kent Agri-Development and the Chatham-Kent Food Policy Council will officially unveil the “Grown in Chatham-Kent” brand this morning.
The Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League is pointing to better opportunity for players as part of its reasoning to apply for Junior A status.
Ahead of a ratification vote for 2,300 unionized workers, Caesars Windsor is shutting down its hotel.
It’s going to be the status quo for laundry services and housekeeping at Riverview Gardens.
Chatham-Kent Mayor Randy Hope is going to live up to his end of the bargain when it comes to a bet with Leamington’s mayor.
With heavy rain and warm temperatures in the forecast officials at the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority are predicting low lying areas will flood across the region.
The Ontario Health Coalition believes a voluntary vote held over the last few weeks sends a strong message to the province that people don’t want the health system privatized.
Chatham-Kent police have a Windsor man in custody on a number of charges related to local incidents.
While efforts in eastern Ontario continue to save two agricultural campuses, the National Farmers Union warns it isn’t only training that is in jeopardy.