One labour lawyer says people shouldn’t be surprised if the are given a choice: get the vaccine or get fired.
Around three-and-a-half per cent of students in the Lambton Kent school board have signed up for virtual schooling for the upcoming school year.
What started as support for a Chatham-Kent greenhouse is growing into support for people across the region.
Merrilee Fullerton has responded to Friday’s devastating report on the impacts of COVID-19 in the province’s long-term care homes, but the Minister’s appearance left reporters with more questions than answers.
A 44-year-old Dresden woman has been arrested and charged after she allegedly damaged a home that she was supposed to be taking care of.
The Kiwanis Club of Chatham-Kent isn’t letting the pandemic stop them from celebrating a major milestone.
Ontario is expanding the number of people that will soon be eligible to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment across the province.
Two people had to spend some time with police after a pair of separate arrests for intoxication in Chatham.
The Third Street Bridge in downtown Chatham will be closed to all traffic and pedestrians for at least the next eight months because of construction.
The Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent’s annual Festival of Giving event is coming back virtually once again for 2021.