Second place in the Western Division is on the line tonight when the Maroons travel to Sarnia to face the Legionnaires.
A big night for a couple of agricultural business owners and a top 4-H achiever as the Rural Urban awards were handed out last night.
A school bus driver is facing charges after a two-vehicle crash on Forest St. in Chatham.
As American retailers continue to use the Thanksgiving Day holiday to entice shoppers on both sides of the border, some Canadian counterparts say they’re gaining ground.
The CEO of the Erie St.Clair Community Care Access Centre calls it a service realignment, not a service cut.
The top young players in the Great Lakes Junior C Hockey League will be showing off their skills in a top prospects game in Lakeshore.
Chatham man facing charge of sexual exploitation of a person with a disability.
It’s Thanksgiving Day in the U.S. which means football and retailers offering bargain basement deals.
The University of Windsor’s expansion plans have received the final seal of approval.
The Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit is seeing a decrease in attendance in their six flu shot clinics this year.