Target Canada is announcing dates for several store closures, including the store in Chatham.
Following a recent run of warm weather, officials are reminding the public to stay off the ice on local waterways.
A staffer in Monte McNaughton’s office will make another court appearance later this month.
Chatham-Kent OPP is laying charges against a 32-year-old man and a 26-year-old woman after police recovered a stolen vehicle on Hwy. 40 just north of Chatham.
The Chatham-Kent Public Utilities Commission is happy with its handling of a broken watermain in Ridgetown which led to a boil water advisory last month.
New garbage carts are showing up at homes across Tilbury and residents with questions about them are being asked to contact Progressive Waste Solutions directly.
For the second straight month, Windsor has the highest unemployment rate in the country, and is widening the gap.
Lakeshore council is looking for answers from Hydro One after 24 power outages in Lighthouse Cove since 2013.
A 36 in. watermain break is costing the Chatham-Kent Public Utilities Commission $100,000.
The damages are estimated at $100,000 and one person is recovering from smoke inhalation after a fire at a home on Zone Centre Line just west of Bothwell.