The Chatham-Kent police are searching for answers in a crash that claimed the live of a 28-year-old Chatham-Kent man.
CAA is making a final push to get Ontario residents involved in this year’s “worst roads” campaign.
Chatham-Kent-Essex MP Dave Van Kesteren doesn’t believe Canadians should worry too much about decorum, or the seeming lack of it, in the House of Commons.
A former Toronto resident who now lives in Chatham says a marketing campaign criticizing T.O. to attract people to the municipality is the wrong way to go.
A regional tax accountant says the heart bleed bug and the subsequent shutdown of the Canada Revenue Agency’s public website is no excuse not to get your taxes done.
Highbury Canco Corporation has been issued a one-year licence to process tomatoes at the former Heinz plant in Leamington.
Another Chatham-Kent resident has filed to run for a seat in Ward 1 in the upcoming municipal election.
A 70-year-old man is recovering in a Windsor hospital after being beaten and robbed at his Blenheim home.
A Quebec Provincial Court has issued apprehension orders for all 128 Lev Tahor children.
A local farm service company and some volunteers are teaming up to help third-world farmers increase their yields by using modern techniques.