With upcoming construction slated for the original area, there will now be a new location for a rainbow crosswalk that was approved by council last year.
Due to highway rehabilitation work, the Charing Cross Road bridge will be closed from July 3 until Oct. 1
When the only place to house your school's gymnasium is in the basement, it really limits the ability to properly play games such as basketball or volleyball.
If you plan on fishing for bass on Lake St. Clair, July 6-7, you'll be facing some stiff competition.
Plans are coming together for the traditional interdenominational worship service, slated to occur shortly before the International Plowing Match and Rural Expo.
Road safety, property crime and improving mental health outcomes will be the top priorities for the Chatham-Kent police over the next few years.
Chatham-Kent police needed to use pepper spray to subdue a Ridgetown man who wouldn't let go of a woman's hair.
A Chatham couple have built a growing business, which stemmed from running errands for some customers on their Chatham Daily News routes.
A Wallaceburg councillor entered a successful motion on Monday in the hopes of curbing the dumping of organic waste, such as grass clippings, into area waterways.
Name: Trevor Thompson
Name: Steven Scott
More school bus drivers are needed as the public and Catholic school boards serving Chatham-Kent and Sarnia-Lambton plan for the new school year in September.
A new step will be made in the legal process for a Wallaceburg woman accused of first-degree murder.
On Sunday night, Chatham-Kent police received information that a man was riding his bike on Greenfield Lane with a crossbow and gun on his back.
With the issue often a controversial one in the community, the value of overseas economic development trips was discussed during council on Monday night.
Mike Grail and his teenage son Carson have had many special father and son moments, but none matches what they did Saturday morning when they rappelled a 10-storey high building together.
Bulldozing a sand dune on waterfront property in Erieau, resulted in fines being levied against a Port Carling man and a Blenheim contracting company for damaging Fowler's toad habitat.
The condition of the survivor in a median crossover fatal crash on Highway 401 involving two tractor trailers is improving.
Chatham-Kent police were contacted early Sunday night about a man riding his bike through a north Chatham neighbourhood with a crossbow and gun on his back.