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Theatre Kent’s show An Evening Of Comedy is being put together by three funny directors, from left, Erin Kys, Eric Bristow and Jan-Walker Holt. The show opens at the Cultural Centre on April 27 and runs until May 6.

An Evening Of Comedy to hit the stage

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Theatre Kent is presenting its final show of the current season from April 27 to 29 and May 5 and 6 at 7:30 p.m. in Studio One of the Chatham Cultural Centre (CCC). An...

Pete Paquette, centre, became a huge Elvis Presley fan at the age of eight, so much so he has made a career out of performing as Elvis, and has won the Collingwood Elvis Festival twice. He returns to the Chatham Capitol Theatre April 29.

Elvis, and Elvis to perform in Chatham April 29

Chatham-Kent has an affinity for vintage rock and roll, and that’s what keeps Pete Paquette bringing shows back to the Chatham Capitol...

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Windsor Symphony Orchestra

Windsor Symphony Orchestra performs Fire and Water  

The Windsor Symphony Orchestra (WSO) will perform the fourth and final concert of the 2016-2017 season at St. Andrews United Church,...

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Andrea Dick, left, Graham Vandernaalt and Emma Howitt, members of the Cornell School of Irish Dance, are heading off to Ireland this month to compete in the World Championships of Irish Dance.

Local dancers heading to world competition

Cornell School of Irish Dance students, Emma Howitt, Andrea Dick, and Graham Vandernaalt will be heading off to Dublin, Ireland this April...

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The nest of a pair of bald eagles and two eaglets can be seen in this tree in a bush at the south end of Fargo Line in Shrewsbury. According to area enthusiasts, this is the first year for eagle babies in this particular nest.

Bald eagles make Shrewsbury popular for bird enthusiasts

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A pair of nesting bald eagles on Fargo Line just north of New Scotland Line has the small community of Shrewsbury eager for baby sightings. According to locals and a...

Pets such as this little puppy could benefit from Chatham-Kent getting a new animal shelter. A dinner and silent auction, Paws 4 a Cause, takes place April 28 at Countryview Golf Course in support of the shelter drive.

New animal shelter fundraiser needs your help

Paws 4 a Cause, a dinner and silent auction fundraiser for the new animal shelter in Chatham, is set for April 28 at...

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Great day for a fundraising hike

About 400 people took part in the Hike for Hospice Walk Sunday along Mud Creek in Chatham, raising money for the...

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Group donates $8,425 to safety village

The Chatham-Kent Children’s Safety Village is the latest recipient of funding from the 100+ Women Who Care...

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C-K’s jobless rate creeps upward

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  Unemployment figures for Chatham-Kent rose by 0.4 per cent in February to 6.8 per cent as compared with January numbers. Unemployment throughout the region rose...


Board releases annual EmployerOne survey results

The municipality’s Workforce Planning Board (WPB) believes if more local businesses and industry took part in its annual EmployerOne...

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Victory Ford first choice for electric car for Essex family

When he started researching electric vehicles months ago, Dustin O’Neil wanted something that would be good for the environment, would...

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New deal for Heyink workers

Employees of Chatham-based Henry Heyink Construction have a new contract. The workers voted 84 per cent in favour of a new three-year deal...

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From left, CK Pickleball Club president Jay Salisbury, local radio personality Peter Cobb, Chatham-Kent Essex MPP Rick Nicholls and Chatham-Kent Chief of Police Gary Conn took part in the Pickleball for Hospice events on the weekend at the Thames Campus HealthPlex.

Pickelballers raise $8,000 for C-K Hospice

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  The Chatham-Kent Pickleball Club and Thames Campus HealthPlex had a great turnout of players and celebrities for the Pickleball for Hospice events on Friday and...

Grayson Ladd is put through the paces at the OHL combine. The Chatham-Kent Cyclone went 13th overall in the OHL draft.
(Aaron Bell/ OHL Images)

Grayson Ladd ready to be a Ranger

  OHL Draft day was also a day of firsts for Grayson Ladd. First round draft pick, 13th overall. First defenseman...

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Canadian Women’s hockey team preps for the world

The Canadian women’s hockey team tuned up for the world championships at the Kinsmen Recreational Centre in...

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Fun Run returns for YMCA

  The YMCA’s Family Fun Run/Walk turns three this year, and organizers hope to see you take part. The event,...

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