Funeral arrangements for the late Herb Gray have been finalized.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is looking to the future of electricity production in the province and says that means dealing with issues around energy prices.
Following a meeting the Ministry of Transportation, Blenheim BIA President Adam Vandermey is cautiously optimistic about the Hwy. 40 and Hwy. 401 interchange reconstruction.
Former Liberal MPP for Lambton-Kent-Middlesex Maria Van Bommel is being called to testify before the Justice Committee investigating the gas plant scandal.
All Amherstburg needs now is for town council to give its final approval, and residents will see a combined property tax increase of 3.85%.
UCC’s girls rugby team wins tournament & high school soccer scores.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne will leave a lasting impression on the Nauta family of Ridge Line.
A political analyst in Windsor says the Federal Conservatives are making a mockery of state funerals by not honouring Herb Gray with one.
Police are looking for information after thieves stole $540 worth of fuel from aircraft hangars at the Chatham-Kent Municipal Airport.
With less than a week to go, ticket sales are sluggish for a major OSPCA fundraiser in Chatham-Kent.