A former London Free Press bureau chief is being remembered for her integrity, honesty and strong work ethic in covering Chatham-Kent as a reporter and serving as a biographer to tell the stories of outstanding farmers. Read More
A judge sentenced Terry St. Hill to eight years in prison and banned him from owning animals for life in a Chatham shooting that injured two people and killed a dog in January 2021.
It will be business as usual for students and staff at Ontario’s colleges after a threatened strike was averted by an agreement to enter into binding arbitration. Ontario’s colleges and the union representing faculty issued a statement late Thursday night that says they reached an agreement to enter binding interest arbitration and the strike that […]
One person died and another suffered life-threatening injuries after a collision in Georgian Bluffs on Tuesday morning. At about 8:30 a.m., Grey Bruce OPP responded to the two vehicle crash on Grey Road 17 in the area of Copper Kettle. Police attended along with members of the Inter Township Fire Department and Grey County EMS […]
Chippewas of the Thames First Nation is set to host a ceremony next month to recognize and honour the community’s efforts to revitalize what’s left of its language.