Members of the Lev Tahor community are in a Chatham court this afternoon hoping to get seven children released from the care of Chatham-Kent Children’s Services.
A Windsor woman is facing stunt driving charges after a radar blitz on Hwy. 401 by Chatham-Kent OPP.
Less than expected rain overnight means no additional flooding along the Thames River.
The 12th Annual Parade of Chefs event raised $46,000 for the Foundation of the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance.
Agricultural products grown and produced in Chatham-Kent will now be labeled as such.
Police are looking for help identifying a thief or thieves who stole a hockey bag full of equipment and fridge cart from the back of Chatham Burgers on Grand Ave.
Members of Chatham-Kent Agri-Development and the Chatham-Kent Food Policy Council will officially unveil the “Grown in Chatham-Kent” brand this morning.
The Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League is pointing to better opportunity for players as part of its reasoning to apply for Junior A status.
Ahead of a ratification vote for 2,300 unionized workers, Caesars Windsor is shutting down its hotel.
It’s going to be the status quo for laundry services and housekeeping at Riverview Gardens.