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ARTcrawl weekend approaches

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The Summer ARTcrawl is back. Featuring new exhibitions at ARTspace and the Thames Art Gallery, downtown Chatham will come alive as art and people parade the streets. On...

Banks brings authentic blues sound to KBD Club

Canadian roots music singer Robin Banks is coming back to Chatham July 27, bringing her friend Zoom and their authentic and electric blues...

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Juried exhibition set for TAG

The Thames Art Gallery is now accepting submissions for the 2019 biennial Ontario Juried Exhibition at the Thames Art Gallery, open to...

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Hansen to tickle the ivories Saturday

  The concert It’s Too Darn Hot takes place this coming Saturday and will feature the host venue’s music director. The concert,...

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Cherry pit spitters attempt World Record

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Despite the heat and predicted storms, the Blenheim CherryFest had line ups for the rides and sold-out food vendors. Organizer JP Huggins said although the number of...

Would you like a donut, officer?

Emily Hime grudgingly gives in and lets Const. Jason Herder have a donut as he participates in the Jail or Bail...

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Heat doesn’t deter car lovers

Classic vehicle owners braved the heat and turned out in droves to the annual Mitchell’s Bay Car Show on Saturday....

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Sidewalk survey online

Although it is the middle of July, the Chatham-Kent Public Works Department asks residents to discuss their sidewalk...

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TekSavvy expands TV service

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TekSavvy is taking its Internet TV service provincewide. The Chatham-based company and its affiliate cable company Hastings Cablevision Ltd. announced the launch of its...

Grand housing plans

Maple City Homes’ Robb Nelson said there is no place he and his partners would rather be than here in Chatham-Kent, building homes on a...

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‘We’re trending in a very positive way,’ McFadden says

When Stuart McFadden joined the municipal economic development department more than a decade ago, Chatham-Kent was littered with vacant...

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Enbridge to expand pipeline in C-K

Enbridge Gas will begin construction later this month on its Chatham-Kent rural pipeline expansion project. The $19.1 million project will...

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Chatham sports Hall hands out bursaries

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For the 16th consecutive year, the Chatham Sports Hall of Fame presented a bursary to a graduating student in each of Chatham’s four secondary schools. The winners are...

Steamy Friday can’t spoil bass tourney

Organizers of the 2019 Mitchell’s Bay Open say despite Friday’s scorching temperatures, this year’s event went...

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Shriners Hospitals benefits from local bonspiel

A Chatham teen turned his favourite sport into a fundraiser in recognition of the care received at Shriners Hospitals...

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Let ‘er fly

Ava Warriner, a Grade 10 student at Chatham-Kent Secondary School, competes in Junior Girls’ Javelin at SWOSSA May...

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