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ARTcrawl set for Jan. 20

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It’s time for fans of art and culture to crawl out of their winter hibernation to enjoy the annual ARTcrawl event. ARTspace, the Thames Art Gallery, the William Street...

Brandon Medd, 14, is looking for cast and crewmembers for a movie he wants to shoot, starting this spring. He’s seen here getting some advice from local filmmaker Florin Marksteiner.

Teen looking to shoot his own movie in C-K

  Wallaceburg’s Brandon Medd is looking to shoot a movie this spring and summer in Wallaceburg. It’s pretty lofty stuff; more so...

Jan 18 • 0 Views


Art that tricks the eye coming to Thames Art Gallery

The Thames Art Gallery is pleased to present “Raised Ranch,” an exhibition of paintings by Paul Dignan. Dignan’s paintings are...

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Duelling pianos are back at St. Andrew’s

Back by popular demand, Duelling Keyboards: Round 2 will be held at St. Andrew’s United Church Jan. 14 at 7 p.m. It is the third of the...

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Ruth Nagle, left, celebrated her 100th birthday over the weekend with family and friends at a party at St. Ursula’s Church in Chatham. With her here is her son Tom Nagle.

100 years young for Merlin’s Ruth Nagle

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At 100 years of age, Merlin resident Ruth Nagle has accomplished a great deal, and she’s not done yet. At a birthday party Sunday in Nagle’s honour at St. Ursula’s...

Amelia, 5, and Alexa, 3, try their hand at creating a craft, under the watchful eye of their dad, A.J. Kearney, at the 16th annual Chatham-Kent Toy Show & Sale Sunday at the John D. Bradley Convention Centre.

Toy show draws folks of all ages

Parents and children weren’t the only people who flocked to the 16th annual Chatham-Kent Toy Show & Sale on...

Jan 17 • 0 Views

New Beginning House – A Point of Hope shelter is looking for volunteers to cover overnight shifts.

Call out for men looking to make a difference for the homeless

Beds are ready for overnighters, but appropriate staffing is an issue for the new men’s shelter in Chatham. New...

Jan 10 • 0 Views

Chatham Voice advertising consultant, Darlene Smith, and her son Matthew Kling show off their whipped cream moustaches handed out after the Law Enforcement Appreciation Day 5K walk/run Monday night.

Run raises smiles, nearly $1,000

Chatham Voice advertising consultant, Darlene Smith, and her son Matthew Kling show off their whipped cream moustaches...

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Peter Fragiskatos, Member of Parliament for London North Centre, and Mike Kilby, President of Dajcor Aluminum, tour the Chatham facility. The federal government announced Monday that it is investing up to $2.48 million for the company to increase production capacity.

Feds believe in Dajcor, invest $2.48M

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A Chatham manufacturing facility received a $2.48-million shot in the arm from the federal government Monday. Dajcor Aluminum will receive the funding from FedDev...

Melodee Delarue and her staff at Syd Kemsley Florist recently celebrated the shop’s 60th anniversary.

Little shop of flowers

Syd Kemsley Florist has served Chatham for 60 years In celebration of six decades of serving Chatham and area, Syd Kemsley Florist...

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Ontario may have high electricity prices, due in part to massive renewable energy subsidies, but it hasn’t been a deal breaker so far in Chatham-Kent for development.

Power play in C-K

While one Southwestern Ontario company recently announced it is expanding elsewhere due to high electricity prices, the cost of power has...

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Two locals win Dupont seed prizes

Two Chatham-Kent residents are recipients of up to $25,000 in Pioneer brand products through the Seed for a Season contest that is aimed at...

Nov 24 • 0 Views

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Chatham U18 curlers just keep winning

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Ask their parents, and you’ll soon learn the U18 boys’ curling team at the Chatham Granite Club is a very talented group; ask the coach, and he’ll pause in...


LGBTQ sports workshop slated for Friday

Chatham-Kent will welcome representatives from the Canadian Centre for Gender & Sexual Diversity for a workshop...

Jan 10 • 0 Views

Para-athlete Patricia Wright was welcomed back to Chatham last week with open arms, and a double-decker bus.

Chatham para-athlete makes history with world gold medal win

For a para-athlete who made gold medal history recently, Chatham’s Patricia Wright is incredibly humble and grateful....

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Maroons think pink again

Thanks to the generosity of their fans, the Chatham Maroons’ annual Breast Cancer Awareness Night was “another huge...

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