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Heavenly music in Jackson Park

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Just as they have for the last 43 years, they start arriving as the sun begins its slide towards dusk. Some come in shiny new cars, others in vehicles that have seen...

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Beach Boys pack Tecumseh Park

Much of Tecumseh Park in Chatham transformed into a sea of people Saturday night, and the surf was rolling up to the band shell. That’s...

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C!rcle Fridays on your calendar

It’s a recipe for success: live music, intimate shaded outdoor setting, liquor licence, and comfortable seating. That’s what Julie Ross...

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Concerts in the Commons drawing them in again

The summer music continues to flow Friday nights outside the Downtown Chatham Centre (DCC). The weekly Concert in the Commons event is in...

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Lori Charron plants a tree in Wallaceburg’s Paw Paw Woods, as part of Union Gas’ Helping Hands in Action recently.

Park named for trees, not canines

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By Pam Wright/Special to The Voice Thinking that Wallaceburg’s Paw Paw Woods is a dog park would be an honest mistake. It’s not. It’s a tiny urban forest open to...

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It’s a bug’s life

Area kids flocked to the Downtown Chatham Centre Aug. 20-22 to be amazed and kind of creeped out by the Orkin Canada...

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Jan Reinhardus, the new Recreation and Special Events Co-ordinator at the Active Lifestyle Centre in Chatham, offered cupcakes to Centre members as part of the 45th Anniversary of the ALC. Well-known local musician Ken Crone tickled the ivories during the Cupcakes and Coffee event Friday at the Centre. Staff are gearing up for the big event Aug. 30 with a barbecue and dance that already has a waiting list for tickets.

ALC turning 45

From humble beginnings to a vibrant and thriving centre for adults, the Active Lifestyle Centre in Chatham is...

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Brittany Wigfield encourages a very energetic border collie named Cooper to run through the obstacle course during Dog Lovers Days.

Dog lover days of summer

Dogs and their owners flocked to the annual Dog Lovers Days at Tecumseh Park on the weekend. The event is a fundraiser...

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High praise for local firm

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Advanced Basement Systems was recently honoured as the number one dealer in all of Canada by Basement Systems Inc., the world’s largest basement waterproofing and...

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Junior dollars, senior achievement

 Junior Achievement program seeks local funding support  Most anyone would leap at an opportunity to see a 45-fold return on their...

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New business for Blenheim

With Brightenview’s massive development yet to begin, there is construction on a new business coming to Blenheim. D.J. Clarke Holdings...

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Classic cars, cake and public tours were all part of the 70th Anniversary celebration of Continental Tires in Chatham on Saturday at the Park Street East facility. Employees, the public and local dignitaries were on hand to join in the celebration as Bill Gillier, director of actuators, left, and Thomas Stierle, vice-president of actuators from Germany cut the cake before beginning tours of the facility. (Mary Beth Corcoran photo)

Continental marks 70 years in Chatham

If you drive a vehicle, there is a pretty good chance it has a part that originated at Chatham’s Continental Tire. It won’t be what you...

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Idiots sought by Crimestoppers

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Over the weekend of August 22nd and 23rd, 2015 suspects entered the vacant property known as Saint Andrews Anglican Church located on Prospect Street in Tilbury. Once...

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Boss of the bass

Local residents Rick Damphouse and Todd McBride are $5,000 richer thanks to their win in the second annual Mitchell’s...

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Bass tourney underway at the bay

The 2015 Mitchell’s Bay Bass Tournament opened at dawn this morning, as competitors took to lake St. Clair. Weigh...

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Tee up for the hall of fame

Time is running out to take part in the annual Wallaceburg Sports Hall of Fame golf tournament. The 18th annual event...

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