The May Court Club in Chatham is doing its part to keep students fed across the community.
Chatham-Kent’s director of economic development is heading to China for a fifth time.
Chatham-Kent councillors are offering their full support in the effort to renovate the sports field at Lambton Kent Composite School.
Chatham-Kent Council wants the municipal heritage committee to look at the heritage value of the cottage in Rondeau Provincial Park.
Chatham-Kent Children’s Services is releasing one Lev Tahor infant from foster care, but with strict conditions.
A moment of silence across the region marks the National Day of Mourning, commemorating those who lost their lives on the job.
Minister of State for FedDev Ontario says Ontario manufacturers at a disadvantage because of electricity prices, lack of skilled workers.
A Dresden-area municipal councillor is hoping to convince Chatham-Kent to join a partnership with the community and upgrade the sports field at the Lambton Kent Composite School in Dresden.
Over $4,600 is on the way to the OSPCA Kent Branch thanks to the the Furball Fete.
Dresden has a new family physician for the first time in 30 years.