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Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Council approves exploring DCC proposal

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By Pam Wright Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Imagine Chatham-Kent has taken a cautious step forward. At its Aug. 8 meeting, Chatham-Kent council voted to allocate $2-million towards the "due diligence" aspect of an ambitious plan to repurpose the Downtown Chatham Centre into an expansive civic centre complex,...

Top C-K cop off with ‘medical condition’

Chatham-Kent is temporarily down its chief of police. Chief Gary Conn has “suffered a medical condition requiring him to take some sick time,” according to...

Pride to shine Aug. 15-21 in C-K

By Pam Wright Local Journalism Initiative Reporter After two years on ice, Pride Week is returning to Chatham-Kent with a host of events including the rise...

‘Average guy’ to run for mayor

By Pam Wright Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Andy Fisher wants to help Chatham-Kent make a comeback. The 31-year-old truck driver recently threw his hat into the ring...

Backpack support tries to meet demand

 By Pam Wright Local Journalism Initiative Reporter When it comes to backpacks, FreeHelpCK is doing a brisk business. The volunteer group collected and filled 500 backpacks with...

Trail Challenge returns

Now that it's August, it's time for the annual C-K Trail Challenge. This year the event will feature weekly themes along with free prizes while...

Fun times at Flight Fest

  Thousands of people flocked to the Chatham-Kent Municipal Airport Aug. 6 for the day’s showcase of aircraft, followed by an evening of music, all...

BIZ VOICE: New orthodontics centre coming to Chatham

An award-winning orthodontics centre is set to take shape in Chatham. Dr. Maxwell Abraham and the Abraham Orthodontics team plan to build a spacious new...

Night market returns to Dresden July 23

By Pam Wright Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Dresden’s popular Night Market is back – bigger, better and greener than ever before. Returning July 23 after a near...

C-K home sales tumble

Home sales in Chatham-Kent dipped sharply in June, down nearly 46 per cent from the same month a year ago. More telling, the 101 units...
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