The Chatham-Kent Police Service is taking part in Canada Road Safety Week.
CEN Biotech Inc., the company that says it is planning to build the world’s largest medical marijuana facility in Lakeshore, is now seeking a zoning change for its property.
A $14-billion national infrastructure program announced in the federal budget has yet to spin any money into municipal projects.
Construction on a planned subdivision on the Keil Drive extension in Chatham should begin this fall.
The Chatham-Kent Police Service is utilizing a new online map to show residents what type of crimes are happening in their neighbourhood.
Hockey Hall of Famer Paul Coffey is proud to say his son will be part of the Windsor Spitfires organization.
Good health and a strong economy go hand in hand. That’s the message from the panel in the latest Chatham-Kent Community Development Forum. Held at city hall, the panel included four local health advocates including Kristen Williams, CEO of the Chatham-Kent Community Health Centres. “Everybody deserves health and well being and sometimes we have to […]
A chance for Windsor Spitfires season ticket holders to pick the brains of the team’s brass.
A couple of Grade 5 students are acting as honourary police chiefs for the day.
Grief counselors are at Dr. David Suzuki Public School after a student was killed in a weekend crash.