Police Briefs

CK police briefs - Saturday, May 25, 2024

A 45-year-old Chatham man was arrested for being unlawfully in a dwelling, after a homeowner found him sleeping in his place.

Road work, pilons

Upcoming road work may cause traffic disruptions

Road resurfacing will begin on Grand Ave. W. and Lacroix St. in Chatham on Monday.

A baseball glove with a baseball. © Can Stock Photo Inc. / rmarmion

Scoreboard, May 25

The Toronto Blue Jays couldn't make it three wins in a row, falling to the Detroit Tigers 6-2 on Friday.

Chatham-Kent ward map (Image from the Municipality of Chatham-Kent)

CK ward boundary review motion bound by procedure, says Clerk

Another attempt at reviewing the outdated ward boundaries in Chatham-Kent could fail unless another councillor brings a new motion forward.

An explosion in downtown Wheatley on August 26, 2021 brings a building down to rubble  (Screengrab via Chatham-Kent Fire Twitter)

Downtown Wheatley ready to get rid of eyesore buildings rocked by blast

Demolition equipment to start tearing down buildings affected by the 2021 gas explosion in downtown Wheatley will start arriving on site on Monday.

Lawn sprinkler. © Can Stock Photo / rookman48

Lawn watering restrictions in effect for Tilbury/Wheatley

Lawn watering restrictions are being implemented for all residential and commercial customers on the municipal water system in Wheatley and Tilbury.

Premier Doug Ford during media conference in Etobicoke. May 24, 2024. (Screenshot of streamed event)

Ford announces rollout of expanded alcohol sales

Just after Labour Day weekend, convenience stores across Ontario will be allowed to sell beer and wine.

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The Durham Hospital Emergency Department.
A ribbon cutting for the new HVAC system at Sarnia Legion Branch 62 (Photo by: Lindsay Newman/ Blackburn Media)
EC Row Exwy. W. sign in Windsor. (photo by Mike Vlasveld)
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