The Chatham-Kent Hospice Foundation said recent donations have been used to purchase six specialized patient transfer sheets.
A 37-year-old Chatham man is finding out the hard way you can run from the law, but you can’t hide — even behind a false wall.
A provincial investment aimed at expanding access to mental health and addictions supports is set to help a couple of local programs within the Lambton-Kent region.
Chatham-Kent’s top doctor is reminding residents that the efforts of fighting COVID-19 aren’t over yet, despite some recent encouraging data.
A strong wind warning for western Lake Erie has prompted a flood watch for areas along the shoreline and Erie Shore Drive.
COVID-19 isn’t stopping an annual fundraiser that ensures low-income women in Chatham-Kent have access to feminine hygiene products.
A 58-year-old Chatham woman who was arrested last week for allegedly threatening an employee at the property management company that oversees her apartment building is in more trouble now.
Several more hand sanitizers have been added to a growing list of those recalled by Health Canada.
A Leger survey shows that 63 per cent of Canadians asked would get a vaccine if one is approved by Health Canada and is available to the public free of charge.
Even though Chatham-Kent budget deliberations are a few months away, the municipality is already starting to get some early feedback from local residents.