• 2 new cases, community outbreak from place of worship

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    Two new cases of COVID-19 were reported by CK Public Health on Thursday afternoon, bringing the active caseload to 14. The cumulative total now sits at 385 total cases, with a death toll of three and no current hospitalizations. Five of the active cases are...

  • Thursday police briefs

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    B&E charges Yesterday morning around 7:50 a.m. Chatham-Kent police responded to a break and enter at PC Business Systems on James Street in Wallaceburg. Through investigation, police learned that someone had smashed the front door and stolen a Dell laptop...

  • Weapons charges

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    Chatham-Kent police say a man brandished two knives and chased three people down the street Wednesday morning before locking himself in his apartment. Police intervened and he went with them quietly. It started before 6 a.m. yesterday morning. Police say a...

  • Thank you!

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    In case the headline didn’t tell you: Thank you, Chatham-Kent. Thanks for coming through to support the virtual version of Festival of Giving (FoG) on the weekend. Thanks for signing up in droves for the Gift toy and food drive that’s looming. And thanks...

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  • 2 new cases, community outbreak from place of worship

    Oct 22 • 0 Views • Two new cases of COVID-19 were reported by CK Public Health on Thursday afternoon, bringing the active caseload to 14. The...

  • Thursday police briefs

    B&E charges Yesterday morning around 7:50 a.m. Chatham-Kent police responded to a break and...

  • Weapons charges

    Chatham-Kent police say a man brandished two knives and chased three people down the street...

  • Thank you!

    In case the headline didn’t tell you: Thank you, Chatham-Kent. Thanks for coming through to...

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Art near the Park

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Attendees of the second annual Art In The Park event enjoyed some local art and fresh food recently. Held at the Downtown Chatham Centre on Sept. 26, vendors were...

Saturdays at 7 return Sept. 19

Water Colours is the theme of the opening concert for the Saturdays at 7 series at St. Andrew’s United Church. And those colours come to...

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Local author celebrates book, ‘Terry Fox and Me’

By Bird Bouchard, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter A local author is continuing to educate children on the Marathon of Hope. Mary Beth...

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Concert series goes hybrid

The eighth season of Saturdays at 7 at St. Andrew’s concerts will continue in 2020-2021 in spite of COVID-19.  Since 2013, Saturdays at...

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Tampon Tuesday sees biggest haul to date

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By Jenna Cocullo, Local Journalism Initiative An annual Chatham-Kent event that collects feminine hygiene products for women in need has seen its biggest year yet. On...

Pizza for Polio Oct. 28

The Rotary Club of Chatham has a simple request: buy some pizza on Oct. 28 and help kids around the world. Eat pizza....

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C-K to see new senior’s living complex

By Jenna Cocullo, Local Journalism Initiative  More housing options are coming to seniors in Chatham who have mobility...

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Not a care in the world

These sheep seem extremely happy at Great Lakes Stables near Thamesville. With the cooler weather upon us, their thick...

Oct 21 • 0 Views

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The air we breathe

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It seems these days, more than ever, we’re concerned about what’s in the air we breathe, especially in enclosed spaces. While our homes may still be considered our...

All That Jazz changing hands

Lester selling dance studio after 25 years After 25 years of providing dance lessons in Chatham-Kent, owner of All That Jazz Dance Co.,...

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Fork it over, please!

Much to the surprise of McDonald’s patrons, Titan Forklifts technician Darrell Nussey recently took his company’s Titan TE35...

Oct 13 • 0 Views

AarKel’s Nichols receives national recognition

AarKel’s Ben Nichols has turned some heads at the national level. The general machinist at Wallaceburg’s AarKel Tool and Die recently...

Oct 13 • 0 Views

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Arena reopenings expected to bring business back to C-K

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By Jenna Cocullo, Local Journalism Initiative The remaining community arenas in Chatham-Kent could be days from reopening. All the municipally run arenas were closed in...

C-K Cyclones announce return to hockey plan for August

By Bird Bouchard, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The Chatham-Kent Cyclones are ready for hockey. The...

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Sires Stakes roll through Dresden

One week after making their debut in the Ontario Sires Stakes winner’s circle, two-year-old trotting colts...

Aug 4 • 0 Views

Municipality, flag football league in dispute over Lark Park

By Jenna Cocullo, Local Journalism Initiative An online petition has quickly circulated social media, requesting that...

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