The Canadian Employment Immigration Union held an information picket outside the Judy LaMarch Building to spread awareness on current bargaining talks with the Treasury Board.
A Wallaceburg man is in custody after a domestic-related incident.
Police are involved in the investigation of a pair of fires at opposite ends of Chatham-Kent.
A councillor candidate in Leamington is demanding a recount after he says the integrity of the election was compromised.
The planned closure of the obstetrics ward at Leamington District Memorial Hospital doesn’t just have expectant mothers concerned.
The OPP has identified the woman who lost her life in yesterday’s single vehicle crash on County Rd. 42.
A section of Park Ave. E in Chatham is closed while police investigate a possible crash.
The owner of Veolia ES Canada Industrial Services has been ordered by the Ministry of Labour to determine if its safe to enter the building.
Members of the Chatham-Kent Police Service and surrounding agencies got to see a real spike strip in action.
Officials at the Windsor Port Authority are keeping a close eye on negotiations between the St. Lawrence Seaway and it’s workers.