• Not so street wise

    Mar 21 • 0 Views • No Comments on Not so street wise

    Flailing around on a main street will get you some attention. For one man, it may have been more than he bargained for. Chatham-Kent police say officers responded to a complaint of a suspicious man impeding traffic on St. Clair Street Wednesday in Chatham....

  • Charges, charges and more charges

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    A Chatham man is facing weapons charges following a domestic incident Wednesday afternoon. A 43-year-old Chatham man is charged with pointing a firearm, weapons dangerous, assault with a weapon, two counts of uttering threats, two counts of assault and two...

  • Two crimes, one culprit?

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    Chatham-Kent police say a February bank robbery in Dresden and the theft of displayed memorabilia in Chatham are not only linked, but they were perpetrated by the same person. On Feb. 17, police say a man walked into the Food Basics on St. Clair Street in...

  • Call for senior award nominations

    Mar 20 • 0 Views • No Comments on Call for senior award nominations

    The Municipality of Chatham-Kent is taking an opportunity to thank older adults and seniors and celebrate their achievements during Senior Month in June. Once again, the mayor’s office is co-ordinating nominations for Senior Achievement Awards. The purpose...

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Best-selling author coming to town

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The best-selling author who inspired the One Book, One Community reading program will be in Chatham next month to discuss her book and sign copies. To celebrate the...

Smiling Sarah at the Junos

Sarah McLachlan, host of the 2019 Juno Awards, interacts with the crowd Sunday at the event in London. The Chatham Voice’s Fatima...

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Ridge House opening March 23

Spring is finally here and that can only mean one thing, Ridge House Museum is open for the season.  There will be an open house at...

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Public art project: bike racks

Three community partners have teamed up to put out a call for creative individuals interested in designing practical public art in the form...

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Call for senior award nominations

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The Municipality of Chatham-Kent is taking an opportunity to thank older adults and seniors and celebrate their achievements during Senior Month in June. Once again, the...

Playing possum or possum playing?

This little fella and its mate wandered into a north Chatham backyard on a recent spring morning, taking time to smell...

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Holocaust survivor finds home as ALC volunteer

She may be 94 years old this year, but that doesn’t stop Frederica Polak from spending three days a week volunteering...

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Partnership funding available

Municipal officials say applications are now available for the 2019 round of the Community Partnership Fund...

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Retro Suites earn more praise

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With no two rooms alike, Chatham’s Retro Suites Hotel continues to draw accolades, including a seventh straight award from TripAdvisor.com. The website handed Retro...

Chamber announces winners

The Chatham-Kent Chamber of Commerce has named its recipients for the 130th annual Business Excellence Awards. Brenda Leclair of Outreach...

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Cooler month for home sales

Home sales in Chatham-Kent numbered 67 units in February, down nearly 11 per cent from the same time a year ago. On a year-to-date basis,...

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519 Events and Promotions receives local grant

Local promotions company 519 Events and Promotions has received a grant from the Chatham-Kent Small Business Centre. The local firm...

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High praise for Carleton

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Being named the Big 12 Conference’s Player of the Year could be the crown jewel of a storied career for Chatham-Kent’s Bridget Carleton during here time playing...

Arena options discussed

Following a public survey and open house, municipal staff will compile the data and deliver a report back to council in...

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A Curling Rarity

The annual Toques & Mittens fundraiser bonspiel at the Chatham Granite Club saw a curling rarity: an eight ender....

Mar 5 • 0 Views

Arena issue a complex one

There’s a growing group in Chatham-Kent looking to see the municipality develop a recreation/transportation/commerce...

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