Chatham-Kent is getting millions of dollars in provincial funding to improve roads, bridges, and water infrastructure.
On the day of his death, Michael Cobb was working in a confined space on a piece of equipment that stresses concrete.
A teenager from Moraviantown is going to have memories that last him a lifetime after participating in an international fastball tournament on the other side of the globe.
Chatham-Kent police negotiators had their skills put to the test Monday afternoon.
Representatives from Chatham-Kent are getting plenty of one-on-one time with provincial officials during this year’s Rural Ontario Municipal Association (ROMA) Conference in Toronto.
OECTA fully withdraws services for one day to protest stalled contract talks.
The 3rd annual Freezin’ for a Reason! Polar Plunge in Chatham raised over $46,000.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is notifying the public about some defective mini strollers because they pose a fall hazard.
Public consultations regarding the municipal Transit Strategy Project are expected to pick up where they left off in 2019.
The damage is estimated at $5,000 and one person was taken to the hospital as a precaution after a two-vehicle crash on Victoria Avenue in Chatham Sunday evening.