Nearly 25 acres of undeveloped land between I.C. Roy Dr. and St. Anne Dr. in Lakeshore will soon become a 92 home subdivision.
Two Wheatley built ships will be launched in Niagara this weekend replacing the Maid of the Mist.
Construction of the new multi-use recreation facility in Lakeshore is largely on schedule despite the harsh winter.
The general counsel for the United Food and Commercial Workers Union thinks Ottawa should scrap the Temporary Foreign Worker Program.
With drier weather in the forecast for the long weekend, OPP are asking you to make sure you’re enjoying it safely.
A Willowdale man is facing stunt driving charges after being clocked going 60km/h over the speed limit on Hwy. 401.
The OPP Anti-Rackets department is investigating Chatham-Kent Mayor Randy Hope at the request of the local police chief.
The St. Clair Conservation Authority has issued a flood watch for the region.
The Chatham-Kent Police Service is looking to Wallaceburg, Ridgetown and central Chatham for a new pilot project.
The municipal beach bus service resumes today to Erieau & Mitchell’s Bay.