Chatham-Kent law enforcement members raised $9,200 dollars in support of the Special Olympics today.
A Chatham man faces a charge of running a stop sign and a police officer is recovering from minor injuries after a car struck a police car yesterday.
Officials with the Lambton Kent District School Board hope to start moving items into Wallaceburg District Secondary School soon.
A seminar talking about how to handle the loss of a loved one to suicide comes to Chatham.
The Law Enforcement Special Olympics Torch Run is heading into Chatham at this hour.
OPP say the man suffered life-threatening injuries when the ATV rolled.
The removal of a stone mural sitting outside the Downtown Chatham Centre should be done by the end of next week.
The Chatham-Kent Police Service is taking part in Canada Road Safety Week.
CEN Biotech Inc., the company that says it is planning to build the world’s largest medical marijuana facility in Lakeshore, is now seeking a zoning change for its property.
A $14-billion national infrastructure program announced in the federal budget has yet to spin any money into municipal projects.