• Cops hunt for Molotov Cocktail tosser

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    Chatham-Kent police are looking for someone who lobbed a Molotov Cocktail at a house in Chatham shortly after 6 a.m. Jan. 16. Police say the person tossed the flaming bottle at a home on Sarah Crescent shortly after 6 a.m. Five people were inside the house at...

  • Rolling, rolling, arrested

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    Chatham-Kent police investigated a weird one on the weekend. On Saturday afternoon shortly before 5 p.m., officers were called to two crashes on Tecumseh Line at Merlin Road. As the officers investigated, they learned a driver and passenger had been eastbound...

  • Tased and arrested

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    Chatham-Kent police report officers had to use a Taser to subdue someone outside the hospital early this morning. According to police, officers got the call about 3 a.m. of a man causing a disturbance at the hospital in Chatham. Officers went to arrest the...

  • Winter’s coming

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    Remember winter? Well, it’s coming tonight, and bringing with it up to 15 cm of snow and blowing snow tonight at tomorrow. This from Environment Canada: An approaching low pressure system will bring snowfall to Southwestern Ontario beginning overnight...

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  • Cops hunt for Molotov Cocktail tosser

    Jan 20 • 0 Views • Chatham-Kent police are looking for someone who lobbed a Molotov Cocktail at a house in Chatham shortly after 6 a.m. Jan....

  • Rolling, rolling, arrested

    Chatham-Kent police investigated a weird one on the weekend. On Saturday afternoon shortly before 5...

  • Tased and arrested

    Chatham-Kent police report officers had to use a Taser to subdue someone outside the hospital early...

  • Winter’s coming

    Remember winter? Well, it’s coming tonight, and bringing with it up to 15 cm of snow and...

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Winter ARTcrawl Friday

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The Thames Art Gallery and ARTspace open two new exhibitions featuring painting, installation, dance, film and sound Friday. The evening begins at ARTspace with doors...

Saturdays at 7 returns home

The next Saturdays at 7 at St. Andrew’s concert will be performed in the sanctuary of St. Andrew’s United Church, Chatham, on Saturday...

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Ridgetown rocks!

Local resident interviews rock guitarists, music industry giants Eric Broadbent’s love of music has taken him from the stage to the...

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Holiday Jam set for Saturday

This from the folks behind the event: Many talented local musicians are sharing their talents this holiday season; all to help raise much...

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Life Life

C-K Toy Show back for 19th year

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The doors open Sunday morning at 10 a.m. for the 19th annual Chatham-Kent Toy Show and Sale. Rob Sterling, one of the event organizers, said the event continues to grow....

Polar plunge hits the water Saturday

Chatham-Kent police Const. Jason Herder vowed to stop looking at the weather forecast for Saturday. Every time he did,...

Jan 15 • 0 Views

That looks cold!

Ice coats the branches hanging low over the shore of Lake Erie on this Erie Shore Drive property recently. To date,...

Jan 15 • 0 Views

Therapy dog program receives funding

The Holiday Spirit Charity pool chose the Chatham-Kent St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program as the recipient of a...

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Tourism ideas flow with a Spark

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Indigenous spirituality, communing with nature and tracking one’s food from farm to plate earned high praise at a recent tourism competition in Chatham-Kent. The three...

Expressway coming to C-K

Chatham-Kent Economic Development recently confirmed the sale of more than 4.5 acres of property in the Bloomfield Business Park. The deal,...

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Duke’s to close in early 2020

Duke’s Harley-Davidson will be closing its doors after 15 years in business in Chatham-Kent. The dealership was established in 2005 by...

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Realtors welcome new board

The Chatham-Kent Association of Realtors (CKAR) greeted its 2020 Board of Directors recently during a ceremony at the association’s...

Dec 18 • 0 Views

Sports Sports

All Ontario Farmers Curling bonspiel

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The farmers are coming to Wallaceburg. The 35-annual edition of the All Ontario Farmers Curling bonspiel is scheduled for Jan. 17-19 at the Sydenham Community Curling...

Sasseville shines in Japan

Chatham swimmer Genevieve Sasseville scooped up the awards while part of a Team Ontario trip to Japan recently. The...

Jan 7 • 0 Views

Cash for new arena set aside by council

Thanks to a motion by Chatham-Kent Councillor Doug Sulman, the public is being kept informed on each step of the...

Dec 17 • 0 Views

C-K swimmer commits to USC

Chatham’s Genevieve Sasseville has enjoyed a great deal of success in the pool over the years, and she is still...

Dec 11 • 0 Views

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