Carmen McGregor has resigned as president of the Wallaceburg and District Chamber of Commerce to focus on her municipal election campaign.
A bill aimed at cracking down on contraband cigarettes is on its way to third and final reading in the House of Commons.
Chatham-Kent’s craft beer enthusiasts will be able to share their passion with fellow connoiseurs this May at the first-ever Cinco de Beero.
A three-day road safety blitz by Chatham-Kent police has wrapped-up with over 170 tickets handed out.
The Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit is looking at making the food handlers course mandatory for those serving the public.
Cooler temperatures and less rain than expected has reduced the chance of flooding along the Thames River.
Retrofest organizers are looking for Miss Retrofest.
The Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit is warning those at the Blenheim Arena on Saturday, March 15 may have been exposed to the measles virus.
The OPP is releasing the name of a woman killed in yesterday’s head-on collision on Longwoods Rd. near Bothwell.
Chatham-Kent police are targeting distracted drivers and those not wearing their seatbelts through a traffic safety enforcement blitz.