The candidates from the three major political parties took part in a debate this morning hosted by the Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce.
The Ontario Libertarian Party want voters in Chatham-Kent-Essex to know there is a fifth option come election day.
The Chatham-Kent Sexual Assault Crisis Centre will show the film ‘This is What A Feminist Sounds Like’ at the St. Clair College Capitol Theatre tonight.
The Canadian dollar is bucking the trend most economists had predicted, so far.
Provincial police have released the name of the person killed in a fire in Lakeshore.
The Windsor Clippers, coming off an 8-5 win over the Wallaceburg Red Devils last Saturday, play devils of another colour tonight.
OPP were able to open the lanes just after 6am following an eight hour closure.
Elections Ontario is still looking for more than 100 people to staff the upcoming provincial army in Chatham-Kent-Essex.
A program to create better health care connections for the chronically ill is still under development in the region.
The town of Lakeshore is moving ahead with plans to host a medical marijuana facility.