• Non-profit bursary available

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    Do you know a future college or university student interested in public service or non-profit management? The Chatham-Kent Nonprofit Network invites applicants for the Josie Matteis Doto Bursary for Non-profit Management. Inspired by Matteis’s volunteer...

  • Board approves native student trustee

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    Trustees for the Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB) recently unanimously approved the appointment of an Indigenous Student Trustee position on the board, beginning in the 2018-2019 school year. The LKDSB currently has two student trustees serving as...

  • It’s dreamtime in C-K

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      The Rob McLandress Make a Dream Come True Fund was made possible through a bequest to Community Living Chatham-Kent by the late Father James Williams. Williams was an ongoing supporter of the work of Community Living Chatham-Kent, and his bequest was made...

  • Robbery in Wheatley

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    Police are asking for help tracking down a robbery suspect. According to Chatham-Kent police, someone walked into a Mac’s Milk in Wheatley about 4:45 a.m. Sunday and demanded money and cigarettes from the cashier. The cashier handed over both, and the...

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Writers’ workshop for all ages

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“Telling your story is the difference between a life lived and a living life. We all have a story worth telling; writing it down creates an ongoing relationship...

Two rom-coms with a twist set for Feb. 14

  Theatre Kent’s 2017-18 season continues as a pair of one-act romantic comedies take the stage over Valentine’s Day weekend at...

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New hours for the arts

The community of Chatham-Kent has spoken, and the local arts and heritage institutions have listened. Beginning this winter, venues at the...

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Holiday Jam set for Friday night

Many talented local musicians are sharing their talents this holiday season; all to help raise much needed funds for the local food bank....

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Non-profit bursary available

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Do you know a future college or university student interested in public service or non-profit management? The Chatham-Kent Nonprofit Network invites applicants for the...

It’s dreamtime in C-K

  The Rob McLandress Make a Dream Come True Fund was made possible through a bequest to Community Living Chatham-Kent...

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Jubilee chorus supports Shepherd’s Way Inn

Cynthia Luimes, right, gives Theresa Nadeau a donation for $1,000 towards The Shepherd’s Way Inn from...

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C-K among top 85 hot spots for millennials

According to Point2Homes’ list of Top Millennial Hot Spots in 2018, Chatham-Kent ranks 67th of Canada’s top 85...

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Micro Age earns IT award

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  A Chatham business received high praise recently, being named as one of Canada’s 50 best managed IT companies. Micro Age Chatham made the list, compiled by tech...

Local advocate wants Uber in C-K

  A local man is leading the charge to see Uber come to Chatham-Kent. Florin Marksteiner sees the need for the alternative...

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Mark’s closing its ’Burg store

The Mark’s clothing store in Wallaceburg is closing its doors for good later this month. Company officials with Mark’s said it was...

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Home sales in C-K chill out

The cold temperatures brought a chill to the housing market in Chatham-Kent in December. According to the Chatham-Kent Association of...

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Fundraising ’spiel set for Feb. 24

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Ethan Hobbs hopes to continue his success of giving back. The 15-year-old Chatham lad is hosting his fourth annual Toques & Mittens Bonspiel Feb. 24 at the Chatham...

Upgrades slated for arena in Ridgetown

Following recent uproar over the lack of amenities for female hockey players at East Kent Memorial Arena in Ridgetown,...

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Arena upgrades applauded

  Committee members who decided how to spend $100,000 to upgrade Memorial Arena in Chatham showcased the results...

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Construction begins on field house

The Municipality of Chatham-Kent has started construction on a new field house behind the Health and Family Services...

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