The Chatham-Kent Hospice Thanks For Giving Campaign has exceeded its goal of raising $250,000 between September 26 and Thanksgiving.
The chair of the Chatham-Kent Police Service Board says Dennis Poole is going to be missed as police chief.
The 2013/2014 test results show local students are improving in reading and writing, but struggling with math.
Carbon Monoxide detectors are mandatory in all residential homes beginning today.
It took five shootout rounds, but the Dresden Kings beat the Essex 73’s 4-3.
A 43-year-old Sarnia man with ties to various community and youth groups has been arrested.
The Ontario Provincial Police is investigating a rash of pharmacy break-ins and thefts over the past several months.
For the very first time, online voting across Chatham-Kent is officially underway, but not without a brief hiccup.
Chatham native Ryan Jones has landed with the Utica Comets of in the AHL.
Today marks the start of Poverty Awareness Week.