Hydro One is reporting roughly 1,500 people are without power in Blenheim, Tilbury and Essex.
Canada’s self-proclaimed “Prince of Pot” is being released from a U.S. federal prison and will be sent back to Canada via the Windsor border.
The company that erected eight wind turbines near Chatham-Kent’s municipal airport is going to fight an order to have them torn down.
The Wallaceburg Red Devils and Windsor Clippers are moving past an off-court issue in their Junior B lacrosse playoff series.
Three Toronto residents are recovering from non-life threatening injuries after a crash on the westbound Hwy. 401 near Tilbury.
Now that the last inmates have moved out staff at the Chatham Jail will continue work to decommission the facility.
Driving a motorcycle with allegedly more than three times the legal limit of alcohol landed a 50-year-old Chatham man on the pavement and in hot water.
The weather is the star of the show for this year’s Chatham-Kent Ribfest at Tecumseh Park in Chatham after rib lovers had to deal with wet and soggy conditions last year.
The MPP for Chatham-Kent-Essex is pleased with Transport Canada’s decision to order the removal of eight wind turbines near the Chatham-Kent Municipal Airport.
Transport Canada has issued an order for the removal of eight wind turbines near the Chatham-Kent Municipal Airport by December 31, 2014.