Chatham News

Chatham-Kent Police Service hat. (Photo by Dave Richie)

UPDATE: Bridge Re-opens After Collision

The Chatham-Kent Police Service says the Prairie Siding Bridge, west of Chatham, is open to traffic again after a large truck blew through the gates while the bridge was closing.

A photo of Canadian icon Terry Fox courtesy www.terryfox.org.

Gearing Up For Terry Fox Run

The Chatham Terry Fox run is aiming to raise $1 for every person in the city this year for a grand total of $40,000.

Logo courtesy of www.chatham-kent.ca

Entrepreneurs Needed

A new municipal program aims to help entrepreneurial youth between the ages of 18-29.

Departing Leamington CAO Bill Marck in his office on June 16, 2014 ahead of his final meeting as the Chief Administrative Officer for the municipality. (Photo by Ricardo Veneza)

31 Years In Leamington

“Didn’t want to leave, it’s a very progressive municipality,” says Bill Marck, in the long-time Leamington CAO’s conversation with BlackburnNews.com looking back at his years with the municipality.

A public meeting is held at Chatham Memorial Arena on July 2, 2014 for residents to review a proposed policy on woodland conservation. (Photo by Ricardo Veneza)

Woodland Policy May Not Satisfy

Chatham-Kent residents say the municipality is putting forward an honest effort in crafting a conservation policy for its woodland areas.