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Looking for singer-songwriters

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If you have a story to tell and you want to tell it through music, the Wallaceburg and District Council for the Arts may be able to help. This Saturday afternoon, the...

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An autobiography set to music showcases the real Sean McCann to fans

The Kent 1874 in Chatham will become a venue where guests can make a real and genuine connection with singer/songwriter Sean McCann. On...

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Third annual CLIFF coming to Thamesville

For Thamesville’s Florin Marksteiner, the third annual Christian Life International Film Festival, (CLIFF) is more than a labour of love....

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Enter the mythology of vampires at the Thames Art Gallery

The Thames Art Gallery is pleased to present “Spread”, an exhibition of elegantly crafted sculptures by Hamilton based artist, Carmela...

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Children's books are stacked in the home of IMAGINATIONink's Patricia Weaver Blonde, whose granddaughter Jamie Lynn, pictured, enjoys looking at. The books are collected to go into the Christmas hampers of organizations that pack Christmas gift boxes.

Book drive on for Christmas hampers

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Books for Children, a program run by IMAGINATIONink since 2000, is gearing up for this holiday season and needs gently used books. Each year, organizers hold a book...

Winter coat drive under way

The Chatham-Kent United Way recently held its “Coats for Coffee” event where donors exchange a gently used coat to...

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CKPA Donates Money to Hospice

The Chatham Kent Hospice Foundation was the recipient of a $4,205 donation from the Chatham-Kent Police Association...

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It’s Hip to give

Three charities are a total of more than $17,000 richer thanks to last month’s the Live Band Charity Drive and the...

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The Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority honoured Enbridge with its Greening Partnership Stewardship Award for the firm’s efforts in helping restore wetlands and plant trees. Here, Enbridge general manager of Green Energy Ian MacRobbie (centre) discusses the award with Greg Van Every (right) and Stanley Caveney of the LTVCA.

Trees, waterways benefit from Enbridge donation

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Local water quality should be increasing during the next few years thanks to a $75,000 donation from Enbridge to the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority (LTVCA)....

Mark Lush, store manager for Giant Tiger’s Chatham operation, is proud of the new location at Thames Lea Plaza. He said the store more than doubled its square footage from its former Richmond Street location.

Giant Tiger opens larger location in Chatham

Bigger is often better, and that’s the case with Chatham’s Giant Tiger store, according to manager Mark Lush. After a decade located on...

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Union Gas teams up with JA

Business leaders of tomorrow are getting a boost thanks to a $3,000 grant from Union Gas to Junior Achievement of Southwestern Ontario, The...

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C-K attracts major investors

A Guelph firm has quietly become one of the major cheerleaders for Chatham-Kent and when it comes to putting its money where it’s faith...

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Hometown recognition the best

Hometown recognition the best

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  Chatham has produced more than its share of top-flight athletes, but whether they’ve achieved stardom at the national, international, professional or local...

Shown here (L-R) is Kelley Montfort – Manager of Development, Ronald McDonald House Charities, Rhys Dulisch – Event Organizer, and Jodi Maroney – Executive Director, Chatham-Kent Hospice.

Soccer Dogs

   Over 32 teams, ranging from age nine to adult, came together for the Soccer Dogs 3 on 3 Soccer Tournament earlier...

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Jake Hooker, 16, remains hot at South Buxton

Jake Hooker continued his strong season through August and hopes to maintain the momentum in to the final three weeks...

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Patricia Wright proudly holds the gold medal she won at the Karate Canada championships in British Columbia, The 39-year-old trains at the Zanshin Dojo Karate Club in Chatham.

Karate opens the world for Wright

Since winning her division at the Karate Canada championships in Vancouver in January, a whole new world has opened up...

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