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Hot housing starts in C-K rewarded

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By Pam Wright Local Journalism Initiative Reporter When it comes to housing starts, Ontario's Associate Minister of Housing says Chatham-Kent is setting a fine example. "Chatham-Kent and all other municipalities that have met or exceeded their housing targets should be proud of the work they have done...

Hot housing starts in C-K rewarded

By Pam Wright Local Journalism Initiative Reporter When it comes to housing starts, Ontario's Associate Minister of Housing says Chatham-Kent is setting a fine example. "Chatham-Kent and...

Coldest Night walk set for Saturday

NeighbourLink's annual Coldest Night of the Year fundraising walk takes place Saturday at the former St. Agnes School. People will begin gathering there at around 4 p.m....

Friday Chatham-Kent police briefs

B&E arrest He may have fled the homeowner, but police say they tracked down a suspicious person wanted in connection with a theft last year. On...

School’s out for eclipse

Area school boards are taking a proactive approach when the skies darken April 8 during a total solar eclipse. That's prompted educators to move their...

May Court draw held

There are winners all around thanks to May Court's recent 50/50 Raffle. Proceeds from the fundraiser will be put towards the club's emergency lunch program...

Ex-United Way staffer charged with fraud

Already facing a civil suit, a former United Way of Chatham-Kent employee is now charged with fraud. Police initiated an investigation in late September into...

Cop car tires damaged, LCBO entered, man arrested

A Blenheim man faces charges after someone flattened the tires of a Chatham-Kent police cruiser and then broke into the LCBO in Blenheim Wednesday...

Two Chatham-Kent residents face drug, firearm charges

A stolen vehicle investigation led to so much more for Chatham-Kent police recently, resulting in two people facing a slew of drug- and firearm-related...

Craft brewer waits on shift in suds tax

Denny Vervaet hopes high Ontario taxes don’t ultimately lead to the canning of many a craft brewery in this province. The co-owner of Red Barn...

How about those New Year’s resolutions?

Participants at one of the many exercise classes at Chatham's Active Lifestyle Centre aren't wasting any time getting on board with healthier habits. Session...

These boots are made for walking

Dianna Saunders and pup Cairo didn't let the rain stop them as they went for a stroll down King Street in Chatham last week.

McCracken toasted for volunteerism

The Riverview Gardens Family Council is raising a glass to Phil McCracken. The long-time Riverview Gardens bartender has been recognized as the recipient of the...

Craft brewer waits on shift in suds tax

Denny Vervaet hopes high Ontario taxes don’t ultimately lead to the canning of many a craft brewery in this province. The co-owner of Red Barn...

Home sales climb in January

The home-sales rollercoaster ride in Chatham-Kent continued in January. According to figures from the Chatham-Kent Association of Realtors (CKAR), home sales were up about seven...

BIZ VOICE: Partnership expands work opportunities

In an effort to expose their clients to increased employment opportunities, Community Living Chatham-Kent’s (CLC-K) JOBWORX program joined the Windsor Regional Employment Network recently. Officials...
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