Chatham-Kent’s director of public health calling newly adopted smoking by-law a step in the right direction.
The Great Lakes Junior “C” hockey schedule is out.
The rain wrecked havoc on the ninth stop on the Jamieson Junior Golf Tour at Beach Grove Golf Club in Tecumseh.
Environment Canada says 74mm (3in) of rain was recorded at Windsor Airport on Monday.
Chatham-Kent is adding the Rondeau cottage community to its heritage registry and is looking at making the entire area a heritage conservation district.
The Lord Selkirk Bridge on Hwy. 40 in Wallaceburg is closed between Wallace St. and Dufferin Ave.
Close to 10,000 people descend upon the town of Bothwell for Optifest.
WAMBO was a rousing success this year and Chair Bill Wolsing says he’s happy to have his first event under his belt.
The Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit is standing by its decision to stop chicken sales at the Wallaceburg Knights of Columbus dinner Friday night at WAMBO.
A 35-year-old Scarborough man’s facing stunt driving charges after Chatham-Kent OPP pulled over a minivan that was going more than 70 km/h over the speed limit on the Hwy. 401.