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Good Lovelies returning to Highgate

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The Mary Webb Centre welcomes back The Good Lovelies Oct. 17 at 8 p.m. The group returns for its fourth show in Highgate, armed with a new album of music to play for...

One of the groups performing at the Bothwell Town Hall Centennial was Dulce Jubilo formed in 2004. consisting of Jennifer Lee of London, Lawrene Denkers of Florence, Heather Morwood of Aberfeldy, and Shirley Sewell of Florence.

On to the next 100 for Bothwell landmark

For proud Bothwell area resident Jodi Kish, last week’s 100th anniversary of the Bothwell town hall represented the beginning of a...

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‘Still Standing’ features Buxton

If you haven’t seen it yet, here is a link to the episode of the CBC show “Still Standing” that focused on North Buxton....

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The Mary Webb Centre in Highgate. (Image courtesy Google)

Improvements coming for Mary Webb Centre

The Mary Webb Centre in Highgate. (Image courtesy Google) Some of Canada’s biggest names in folk and independent music have come through...

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Sunrise Rotary Club of Chatham President Mary-Frances Kluka presents a cheque for $15,000 to Jodi Maroney, director of development for the Chatham-Kent Hospice.

Funds rise from Sunrise

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The Sunrise Rotary Club of Chatham recently presented the Chatham-Kent Hospice with $15,000. The donation is part of the club’s $40,000 commitment to the project. The...

Darren Lopes, manager of the Wellington Street LCBO location in Chatham, had his hands tied, literally, on Saturday, September 26th, as he, and Lori Parker, the United Way Chairperson for Region 4, were shrink-wrapped in front of the downtown store as a way of raising money for the 2015 United Way Chatham-Kent campaign. All proceeds raised at the Wellington Street location this year will be allocated to the Learning Disabilities Association to help students with tutoring, and social skills training. With a goal of $6,500, Lopes and his employees are off to a good start, and will be accepting donations until October 6th. 
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Wrapped up in fundraising

Darren Lopes, manager of the Wellington Street LCBO location in Chatham, had his hands tied, literally, on Saturday as...

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Home & Leisure show features 80 vendors

Absolute Comfort’s Dave Cabral talks heating and cooling with a visitor during the Chatham-Kent Fall Home and Leisure...

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Steve Parr stands in the butterfly garden he planted two years ago to help bring back the population of monarch butterflies that had been decimated by the designation of milkweed plants as noxious weeds.

Helping nature along the way

Steve Parr’s fascination with Monarch butterflies started with a move two years ago and it shows no sign of...

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Stephanie Cooper, a volunteer from St Clair College, and Nour Hachem, who works at the college, volunteer during Manufacturing Day activities at the John D. Bradley Centre Friday.

Students, manufacturers meet in C-K

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High school students from across the municipality visited a selection of local manufacturers today, as part of the international Manufacturing Day. In all, more than 150...

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Job figures trump jobless numbers for tracking

There were more people employed in Chatham-Kent this July than any July since 2008, according to information released by the Chatham-Kent...

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Local students to get manufacturing exposure

Municipal economic development staff are holding one huge mixer this week in an effort to perhaps see a few relationships develop between...

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Housing market enjoys hot summer

It took a while for temperatures to heat up this summer in Chatham-Kent, but the local real estate market sizzled all summer long. And as...

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University volleyball comes to Chatham

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St Clair College’s Healthplex in Chatham hosted a university volleyball game Sept. 30. The Windsor took on Western in women’s volleyball. Hundreds of spectator came...

Chatham native and Canadian bobsled team member Julia Corrente is gearing up for the 2015-16 bobsled season start in October, training hard at home and at the team’s training facility at the Canadian Olympic Park in Calgary. (

Pursuing an Olympic dream takes talent, guts and yes…money

Speed, strength, guts and focus are all Julia Corrente needs to make her dream of representing Canada at the 2018...

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Coach relives history of local athletic association in print

A Chatham high school coaching legend has just completed a book that he hopes will provide recognition for the...

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Fred Osmon with a copy of his latest book, “A History of Baseball in Chatham 'N’ Kent.”

Kent County has rich baseball heritage

Fred Osmon thought he knew what he was getting into when he began compiling a history of baseball in Chatham and Kent...

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