Truly Green Farms on Bloomfield Rd. in Chatham wants to become the most efficient and environmentally friendly company it can, with a goal of becoming carbon negative.
Randy Campbell wants to be a trustee once again for the Lambton-Kent District School Board.
The nation’s so-called Prince of Pot is back on Canadian soil after serving four years in a U.S. prison.
Calls to Windsor’s 311 information line are double a normal morning’s volume following flooding issues last night.
A deer collided with a vehicle on Talbot Trail near Kent Bridge Rd. in Chatham-Kent causing around $5,000 in damage.
Chatham-Kent firefighters are responding to a house on 4th Concession Line in Wheatley that was reportedly hit by lightning.
The Chatham-Kent Association of Realtors is reporting its best July home sales since 2009.
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.