• Crime of the Week

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    On Thursday February 28th, 2019 a note threatening an individual at the Wallaceburg District Secondary School was discovered.  The victim was advised of the threat and, in the interest of safety, the school was closed the following day. Incidents such as...

  • Threatened with a spike

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    A man held a metal spike to someone’s neck yesterday in Wallaceburg. Police say about noon on Thursday, a man walked into the Gear Box and approached an employee. He held a spike up to the employee’s neck and then fled the store. There were no injuries...

  • Cops nab suspected bank robber

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    It took more than a week, but Chatham-Kent police say they tracked down a Dresden bank robbery suspect. On Feb. 26, a man walked into a bank in Dresden. Police say the man made an effort to conceal his identity and issued a note to the bank teller saying he...

  • What wasn’t stolen?

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    A woman arrested in Tilbury last night apparently had some light fingers. Chatham-Kent police say a woman was seen in Tilbury Wednesday night driving vehicle that had been reported stolen. Officers found the woman after a witness saw her stop at the Tim...

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  • Crime of the Week

    Mar 18 • 0 Views • On Thursday February 28th, 2019 a note threatening an individual at the Wallaceburg District Secondary School was...

  • Threatened with a spike

    A man held a metal spike to someone’s neck yesterday in Wallaceburg. Police say about noon on...

  • Cops nab suspected bank robber

    It took more than a week, but Chatham-Kent police say they tracked down a Dresden bank robbery...

  • What wasn’t stolen?

    A woman arrested in Tilbury last night apparently had some light fingers. Chatham-Kent police say a...

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Ridge House opening March 23

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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 the Ridge Museum on March 23....

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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Drama festival award winners

The 73rd Annual NTS Drama Festival (formerly the Sears Ontario Drama Festival) was recently held at the Chatham Capitol...

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One-act play by UCC explores good and evil

Drama students at Ursuline College in Chatham performed their entry for The National Theatre School Drama Festival Feb. 26 at the Chatham...

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Life Life

Teddy Bear support

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Front row, from left, students Audrey O’Hara, Riley Graham, Peyton Parry and Sophie Garrow from Indian Creek Road Public School alongside their teacher Shelley...

Hike for Hospice returns

The annual Hike for Hospice Chatham-Kent takes place May 5. It will again be held at the Mud Creek Trail beside John...

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Church renovations shift service location

For the next few months, the parishioners of Blenheim Christian Reformed Church (286 Chatham St. S.) will be...

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Frosty, but beautiful

Sarah Schofield/The Chatham Voice A fine layer of morning frost covered most tree branches and bushes on Feb. 28,...

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Cooler month for home sales

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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, home sales totalled 139 units...

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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Art and Heirloom Shoppe celebrates first anniversary

The Art and Heirloom Shoppe, a showcase for area artists, is celebrating its first anniversary on March 2. Located at 159 King St. W. in...

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Home prices continue to rise in C-K

January was a hot month at least for real estate sales in Chatham-Kent, as sales rose more than 55 per cent from January 2018. According to...

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Sports Sports

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....

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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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