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Wednesday, May 12, 2021

LETTER: Vaccination process smooth in C-K

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Editor: We received our first shot of the Covid-19 Pfizer vaccine at the Bradley Centre recently. Registering for our vaccine was easy. We spoke with a Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit staff member on the telephone and were offered the opportunity to call for an appointment...

Sixth C-K resident in hospital with COVID

  A half-dozen local residents are in the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance suffering from COVID-19. They are part of the 32 active cases today in the municipality,...

C-K officials to sit down with flag football organizer

Problems surrounding the use of Lark Park by a local flag football league appear to be on their way to being resolved. At Monday’s meeting,...

Tuesday police briefs

A clean security sweep? Moving someone’s security camera will get you charged. That’s what happened Monday in Chatham, as Chatham-Kent police officers responded to a mischief...

3 local artists featured in window gallery

  ARTspace is showing off the latest project by Francois Grenier, Isabelle Milot and Lisa Sylvestre, three artists known as the "FIL Collective," so named...

Festival of Giving goes virtual in July

It’s time for some tan lines and good times in Chatham-Kent. Tickets for the annual Festival of Giving are now on sale. The Children’s Treatment Centre...

Hike for Hospice exceeds expectations

No gatherings, no problem for the Chatham-Kent Hospice. The end-of-life care facility’s annual Hike for Hospice took place recently amid social distancing guidelines and other...

Windsor company expands to Chatham

Windsor’s Harbour Technologies is expanding into Chatham-Kent, and officials said they are bringing about 80 new jobs with them. Harbour, a company that pivoted its...

Tomato troubles go viral

An 11th-hour plea has led to an explosion of support for a Blenheim area greenhouse. It’s a pandemic win, no matter how you slice it. The...

Mayor ecstatic over sale of Navistar land

Nearly eight years after the remains of the former Navistar plant was demolished on Richmond Street, new life is apparently set to rise from...
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