Feeling like you’re going to melt once you leave the house? Sweating while doing the bare minimum? That feeling isn’t going anywhere too soon.
While many fun, family activities are happening this weekend across the region for Canada Day, residents across Chatham-Kent should note that with the holiday falling on Sunday, municipal office and most services will be closed Monday.
There will be no shortage of food, family activities and fireworks across Chatham-Kent this weekend for Canada’s 151st birthday.
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Supporters of the new animal shelter were finally able to dig in — including some with their paws — for the first time at the construction site on Friday.
Five Southwestern Ontarians, including London author Elizabeth Waterston and Indigenous leaders Beverly Jacobs and Rebecca Jamieson, are among this year’s pre-Canada Day appointments to the Order of Canada.
A new report has revealed the federal riding of Chatham-Kent-Leamington has a slightly higher rate of child poverty than the national average.
Chatham-Kent Fire and Emergency Services are asking residents to keep safety in mind while celebrating the nation’s birthday this weekend.
Officials from the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority are asking drivers to be mindful of turtles crossing roads near waterways.
Kathy Smyth remembers the 1979 International Plowing Match (IPM) that was held in the former Kent County, through t-shirts and other memorabilia.
Ground will soon break for a new casino in Chatham at the former Wheels Inn site, the company announced on Thursday.
Chatham-Kent police report that false 911 calls are continuing to come in.
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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.