Chatham-Kent police have charged a 68-year-old man after officers got a tip about a possible impaired driver on St. Clair Street in Chatham.
The prime minister of Canada has now apologized after a photo emerged of him wearing brownface makeup during his time as a private school teacher.
A year after the International Plowing Match hit Pain Court, a local rodeo drill team is representing Chatham-Kent in Northeastern Ontario.
Chatham-Kent police are now patrolling waterways in their ongoing search for a missing woman.
Chatham-Kent’s Medical Officer of Health is asking Ottawa to take action to prevent or reduce severe pulmonary illness related to vaping by young people.
Despite an unpredictable start to 2019, corn and soybean crops in Southwestern Ontario are shaping up to be near average amounts.
A 23-year-old man is facing charges after allegedly trying to cash a fraudulent cheque in Chatham.
The Alzheimer Society of Chatham-Kent is trying to raise awareness about the disease and the stigma associated with dementia as they get ready to celebrate World Alzheimer’s Day on Saturday.
A Windsor lawyer is looking into whether a class action lawsuit should be launched against Ophthalmoligist Christopher Anjema.
Thousands of local residents took to the streets on Sunday to raise money for cancer research.