• Anger issues?

    May 24 • 0 Views • No Comments on Anger issues?

    A Dresden man has to answer to charges after a man got violent with a woman in Dresden last night. Chatham-Kent police say a man went to his ex-girlfriend’s home and they got into an argument before the man let some air out of the woman’s tires. He then...

  • Truck, school bus collision – UPDATE

    May 24 • 0 Views • No Comments on Truck, school bus collision – UPDATE

    The driver of a transport truck faces charges following a morning collision between the truck and a school bus in Morpeth. A 67-year-old Simcoe man is charged with careless driving. Chatham-Kent police report only minor injuries when the school bus and...

  • Next time smile, for the camera!

    May 24 • 0 Views • No Comments on Next time smile, for the camera!

    Chatham-Kent Police are looking for the public’s assistance in identifying this woman in connection with a break and enter investigation at a residence on Langstaff Line on Sunday. Anyone with information is asked to contact Const. Kyle Wright at...

  • Myopic premiers

    May 24 • 0 Views • No Comments on Myopic premiers

    The old saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” clearly rings hollow with anyone sitting in charge in Queen’s Park. And that short sightedness will cost local taxpayers in the not-too-distant future. The Ford government is arbitrarily...

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  • Anger issues?

    May 24 • 0 Views • A Dresden man has to answer to charges after a man got violent with a woman in Dresden last night. Chatham-Kent police say a...

  • Truck, school bus collision – UPDATE

    The driver of a transport truck faces charges following a morning collision between the truck and a...

  • Next time smile, for the camera!

    Chatham-Kent Police are looking for the public’s assistance in identifying this woman in...

  • Myopic premiers

    The old saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” clearly rings hollow with...

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The music of Pink Floyd to haunt the Capitol May 25

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  Step back in time to enjoy the best songs of legendary Pink Floyd, as tribute band Floydium comes to Chatham Saturday night. The Toronto-based band returns to the...

Concert raises $16K for treatment centre

A fundraiser by the Canniff family for the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation of Chatham-Kent raised $16,000 towards the...

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Concert to feature handbell ensembles

Ring Them Bells!, an evening of handbells, is a first for the Saturdays at 7 at St. Andrew’s concert series. The concert will be...

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Art teachers work together to provide forum for student art

Students across Chatham-Kent will be showcasing their artistic talents at a Student Art Show May 2-9 at the Downtown Chatham Centre, near...

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National Life Jacket Day

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Mothers learned the correct way to put a lifejacket on their babies May 16 at Gable Rees Rotary Pool in Blenheim during Parent and Tot Swim time. Amber Wright, aquatic...

Nice day, if you are a goose!

Mama goose keeps a watchful eye on her babies as they head off to explore near the pond between RM Sotheby’s and...

May 21 • 0 Views

Epilepsy support dinner

The Chatham Neurology Centre and Julia’s Health and Beauty Clinic are teaming up to present an Epilepsy...

May 16 • 0 Views

Milner House opens for the season

This summer, listen to the music playing from the gramophone as you take a step back into the early 1900s at the Milner...

May 15 • 0 Views

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Business as usual at Glitters

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Glitters Fun Eatery manager Gino Buffone says he wants to set the record straight and let everyone know that although the building was recently sold, it is business as...

If they build it, others will come

The driving forces behind Maple City Homes (MCH) in Chatham-Kent say they hope to really ramp up home construction in the near future....

May 21 • 0 Views

Housing prices hit all-time high

Home sales were down in April, but prices continued to climb, to the point the average sale price of a home in Chatham-Kent last month set...

May 15 • 0 Views

Rondeau Joe’s celebrates 10 years

Rondeau Joe’s has been a part of the Rondeau Bay scene for 10 years now, and owner Paul Trudell said he wouldn’t have it any other way....

May 15 • 0 Views

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Carleton to play pro ball

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Chatham’s Bridget Carleton may be closing one chapter on her basketball life, as another one is set to begin. Recently, the Iowa State guard was drafted in the second...

Ken Houston scholarship available

Family and friends of the late Ken Houston have formed a committee, raised funds and are now ready to award local...

Apr 10 • 0 Views

High praise for Carleton

Being named the Big 12 Conference’s Player of the Year could be the crown jewel of a storied career for...

Mar 12 • 0 Views

Arena options discussed

Following a public survey and open house, municipal staff will compile the data and deliver a report back to council in...

Mar 6 • 0 Views

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