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Two C-K artists preserving COVID-19 artwork for installation

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Jenna Cocullo, Local Journalism Initiative The hardships created by the COVID-19 pandemic will slowly fade away but the heart-warming community support will live on. Two...

The show must go on

Saturdays at 7 event will stream live May 30 By Bruce Corcoran With Saturdays at 7 still on COVID-19 lockdown like most every public...

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Sunday Evenings in the Park still possible in Dresden

New reports that the Ontario Premier’s Office has signed off to allow drive-in church services means Sunday Evening in the Park may...

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Tags of hope

Local artist continues to expand his duct tape messages By Bruce Corcoran One man, one simple yet colourful medium, and one mission:...

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Life Life

A honking good birthday

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Gavin Richie is thrilled that folks on Thames Street in Chatham honk when they drive by his sign…a sign of the times for his 9th birthday today...

Children’s Treatment Centre to slowly resume on-site services

The Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent will start the resumption of on-site services beginning next week....

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Now that’s a miracle!

May 16 Miracle brings in nearly 680,000 lbs. of food By Bruce Corcoran How do you define a miracle? In Chatham-Kent,...

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40th Terry Fox runs to take place, virtually

Cancer is not waiting for COVID-19 to be over. And Chatham-Kent residents don’t have to wait to raise money for...

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BUSINESS BUSINESS

$2 million in municipal aid being considered

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Jenna Cocullo, Local Journalism Initiative Chatham-Kent’s business people are carving into retirement savings and taking out loans or lines of credit to ensure they...

Community Futures offering COVID-19-related business loans

If you own a local business in rural southwestern Ontario, you now have access to repayable, zero percent interest loans up to $40,000 each...

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Local forklift firm donates masks to CKHA

By Bruce Corcoran Titan Forklifts has unmasked its charitable side during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Chatham business recently donated 250...

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Expect a slow return: Economic Task Force chair

      Buy local, shop local Jenna Cocullo, Local Journalism Initiative Chatham-Kent’s businesses sector can expect a slow...

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Golf courses open ‘fore’ business Saturday

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By Bruce Corcoran Moments after Premier Doug Ford announced golf courses could reopen this weekend, the phones started ringing at local courses. Mike Elgie, pro shop...

COVID-19 cancels Mitchell’s Bay fishing tournament

  The Canadian Tire Mitchell’s Bay Open has been cancelled this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Carol Ann...

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Skateparks, BMX tracks now off limits

Teens and young adults just lost another couple of places to hang out and burn off energy, due to safety precautions in...

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Local teams to play in OFSAA hockey tournaments

The Chatham-Kent Secondary School Golden Hawks boys’ hockey team will compete for a provincial title. The Hawks...

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