The 124-turbine South Kent Wind Project is now officially complete, making Chatham-Kent home to the country’s largest wind farm.
The new provincial cabinet appointments mean Premier Kathleen Wynne is no longer serving as Agriculture Minister and farmers are debating whether a dedicated minister in Jeff Leal is better.
Chatham-Kent Crime Stoppers and local police are reminding you to call in any suspicious activity, especially in rural areas.
A Chatham native is one step closer to playing in the Canadian Open next month.
A new quality index has some good news for cancer patients living within the Erie St.Clair Local Health Integration Network.
The first week of summer also marks the start of the 87th year of Wednesday night concerts in Tecumseh Park by the Chatham Concert Band.
Environment Canada confirms a funnel cloud was spotted during afternoon storms that rolled through Windsor-Essex yesterday.
The Chatham-Kent Hospice Board is now accepting proposals for the design of a 10-bed residential hospice.
There is a passport clinic in Ridgetown today from 10am-2pm.
It has only been a couple of weeks since the provincial election, but the candidate who came in second in Lambton-Kent-Middlesex is gearing up for a federal run next year.