Anyone attending tonight’s 25th anniversary celebration at Kayo Boxing Club in Chatham is in for a treat.
The OSPCA Kent Branch is benefiting from a carnival held by grade 8 students at St. Anne’s Catholic School in Blenheim.
“Boy, when it comes to weather, normal is beautiful,” says Environment Canada senior climatologist David Phillips.
47-year-old Windsor man is facing impaired driving and stunt driving charges after being clocked going 159km/h on Hwy. 401 through Chatham-Kent.
Classic cars will fill the streets of downtown Blenheim this weekend for the 4th annual Blenheim Classics Autoshow.
The Ministry of Labour has issued an additional five orders after a man seriously injured his leg while working on the Herb Gray Parkway.
A Grade 12 Ursuline College Chatham student is claiming he is unable to graduate after the school terminated his co-op placement at the Chatham-Kent CAO and Mayor’s Office.
Truck and tractor engines will be rumbling in Pain Court for the 18th annual Truck & Tractor Pull.
The Wallaceburg Red Devils close out the Junior B lacrosse regular season tonight when they host Owen Sound.
Residents of Walpole Island are taking their culture, song and dance to schools across Chatham-Kent in hopes of giving students a better understanding of First Nations people.