Chatham-Kent’s library branch in Tilbury will close at the end of the month.
The Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority has released a watershed conditions safety bulletin warning of poor conditions on the Thames River.
The schedule is set for the Leamington Flyers and Chatham Maroons GOJHL Conference Finals playoff series.
The Windsor-Essex County Humane Society wants to see Leamington adopt new tethering and anti-abandonment by-laws.
A 22-year-old Tilbury man is charged with impaired driving and will appear in court at a future date.
The Chatham-Kent Home Show is underway at the John D. Bradley Convention Centre.
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.