Wallaceburg crash claims the life of 18-year-old woman

Wallaceburg crash claims the life of 18-year-old woman

An accident in Wallaceburg last night took the life of an 18-year-old woman and sent an 18-year-old man to a Windsor hospital with hypothermia. The single vehicle crash occurred on Border Road, just after 8 p.m. The vehicle left the road and entered a water-filled ditch, landing upside down and becoming partially submerged. When police […]

Pets rescued from fire on Princess Street

Pets rescued from fire on Princess Street

The Chatham-Kent Fire Department responded to a fire on Princess Street in Chatham, just after 6 p.m. No injuries have been reported. Stations 1 and 2 sent units to attend. A number of animals were rescued according to the CKFD. No estimate on damage or cause has been released at the time of publication.

Customers of London nail salon advised to get AIDS and Hep C tests: Middlesex-London Health Unit

Customers of London nail salon advised to get AIDS and Hep C tests: Middlesex-London Health Unit

London, ON – The Middlesex-London Health Unit is advising clients of Cali Nails at White Oaks Mall in London, to consult their healthcare providers and discuss the risk of potential exposure to blood-borne infections, and to consider testing for Hepatitis B, C and HIV. Potential exposures may have occurred for clients who received services at […]

Fifth Street bridge completion delayed

Fifth Street bridge completion delayed

Due to unforeseen construction delays, the closure of the Fifth Street Bridge to both vehicular and pedestrian traffic will be extended until June 2018. It had been scheduled to re-open on December 22, 2017. The municipality says the delays result from both the demolition schedule and minor design changes upon completion of demolition. Attempts were […]

Chatham man who died in accident identified by the OPP

Chatham man who died in accident identified by the OPP

Charles Shaw of Chatham, 71, was named by the OPP today as the sole victim in a fatal motorcycle accident that occurred yesterday. Shaw was riding north on Melbourne Road between Duff Line and Carroll Road when his motorcycle left the roadway and entered a ditch on the east side of the road at about […]

Heat warning issued for the weekend

Heat warning issued for the weekend

With the prediction of hot and/or humid, weather for Saturday and Sunday, September 23, and 24, 2017, Environment and Climate Change Canada is issuing a Heat Warning as a reminder to everyone in the area. In high temperatures and humidity, your body may not be able to cool properly which can lead to heat exhaustion […]

Police looking for theft suspect

Police looking for theft suspect

Police are looking for a woman after an alleged theft of $120 in meat from the Bothwell Foodland on August 29. On August 29 at 2:36 p.m. a woman is captured on video surveillance taking six packages of steaks and placing them into her shopping cart. She can then be seen taking them out of […]

Another accident closes the 401

Another accident closes the 401

On August 10, 2017 around 3:45 p.m., Chatham-Kent Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to a five vehicle chain reaction collision on Highway 401 near Communication Road. Due to slow moving traffic in the construction zone and eastbound tractor trailer stopped causing the following tractor trailer to collide into the rear of the first tractor trailer. […]

Huge Rock Party tonight in Chatham

Huge Rock Party tonight in Chatham

Hundreds of people are expected to rock BOB’s Sports Eatery tonight in what should be the party of the year locally. Five bands will perform at 160 Keil Drive South for the Aberdeen Hotel Reunion, starting at 6 p.m. Some of the bands performed at the Aberdeen Hotel during the 80’s and 90’s and have […]

Mayor Hope says Premier Wynne’s visit a positive for the community

Mayor Hope says Premier Wynne’s visit a positive for the community

Chatham-Kent Mayor Randy Hope described Thursday’s visit by Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne as “very positive” for the municipality. “I was extremely impressed with the Premier,” he said. “She took time to meet with people outside the museum who were protesting a variety of issues and genuinely wanted to hear what they had to say.” Premier […]

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