A growing number of people in Chatham-Kent are standing up to violence against women.
With 40% of Ontario’s corn crop still in the field, yesterday’s wind wrecked havoc on some fields causing damage to most.
The days of paying $1.30 for a litre of gasoline could be long gone.
Chatham-Kent crews are back clearing downed trees and traffic signs this morning following powerful winds in the region yesterday.
Chatham-Kent police are thanking members of the public for helping them to identify an assault suspect.
More than 6,700 Hydro One customers in Chatham-Kent are still without power after a wind storm whipped through the region.
Health officials in southwestern Ontario are glad to see the provincial government putting regulations on electronic cigarettes.
Ontario PC Party leadership hopeful Monte McNaughton is promising an election win in 2018 if elected leader and he may be looking to the federal Conservatives’ campaign playbook for guidance.
High winds in Chatham-Kent have ripped down a number of power lines.
Water levels on the Sydenham River are rising after heavy rainfall and snow melting in the last 24 hours.