Icy road conditions have led to numerous crashes on Hwy. 401 between Puce Rd. and Manning Rd.
Union Gas has raised $634,580 for United Way Chatham-Kent.
Salt trucks hit the streets for the first time this season, while public works’ winter costs continue to climb.
Fairly new food tourism event in Chatham-Kent up for a provincial award.
Five college students are facing mischief-related charges after police broke up a number of parties at the same house in Ridgetown.
Nearly a year after the Heinz closure announcement in Leamington, the federal government is spending $200,000 in the area to deal with the affects of losing the plant.
A Chatham woman who plays on the Canadian national women’s sledge hockey team hopes a recent international tournament will help the women’s sport become better known.
More than one mother is hoping a packed hall at the Roma Club on Wednesday night will help convince the Erie-St. Clair LHIN to find a way to keep the obstetrics program open at Leamington District Memorial Hospital.
Last week’s World Under-17 Hockey Challenge is being called a success by Tourism Sarnia-Lambton.
The principal of LKCS is looking to make scheduling adjustments prior to next year’s Remembrance Day ceremony.