• Theft of tools

    Apr 18 • 0 Views • No Comments on Theft of tools

    About $3,000 worth of tools are missing from a barn on Front Line near Blenheim, and the owner wants them back. Chatham-Kent police say someone broke into a barn on Front Line between 6 p.m. Tuesday and 4 p.m. Wednesday, making off with a variety of DeWalt...

  • Church, tower hit on St. Andrew’s Line

    Apr 18 • 0 Views • No Comments on Church, tower hit on St. Andrew’s Line

    Thieves were busy this week in Dover Township, as someone hit a church and a communication tower recently. Chatham-Kent police say sometime between Monday and Wednesday, someone forced their way into the New St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church on St....

  • Got couch?

    Apr 18 • 0 Views • No Comments on Got couch?

    Chatham-Kent police got the call after someone stole a couch from a residence in Chatham last night. Police say the investigating officer learned the homeowner’s daughter had taken the chesterfield. Early this morning, officers located the suspect and made...

  • More drug charges in Chatham

    Apr 18 • 0 Views • No Comments on More drug charges in Chatham

    A Chatham man faces drug charges after police raided a business on Queen Street in Chatham recently. Members of the Intelligence Section raided Radio Head Eddie’s earlier this month. Scott Parkhouse, 40 of Charing Cross Road in Chatham is charged with six...

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  • Theft of tools

    Apr 18 • 0 Views • About $3,000 worth of tools are missing from a barn on Front Line near Blenheim, and the owner wants them back. Chatham-Kent...

  • Church, tower hit on St. Andrew’s Line

    Thieves were busy this week in Dover Township, as someone hit a church and a communication tower...

  • Got couch?

    Chatham-Kent police got the call after someone stole a couch from a residence in Chatham last...

  • More drug charges in Chatham

    A Chatham man faces drug charges after police raided a business on Queen Street in Chatham...

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Collier coming to Chatham

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The next show in the Canada South Blues Society concert series features singer-saxophone player Vanessa Collier Collier will perform April 26 at the Kent...

Vote for support bands for Otter Creek event

Organizers with Otter Creek Jam Fest say they are thrilled with the response for their Opening Band Contest, which was launched at the...

Apr 10 • 0 Views

Dickens Fellowship to dissolve

After a vote, the C-K Dickens Fellowship has reached a final chapter in its history and has decided to end after 15 years. Despite the...

Apr 10 • 0 Views

WSO returning to Chatham

The Windsor Symphony Orchestra (WSO) is returning on Friday night to Chatham to perform its third, and final, concert of the 2018-19...

Apr 9 • 0 Views

Life Life

Friends gathering doubles down on amount raised

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The second annual Friends of Chatham Gathering was more than just friends getting together to have some fun and enjoy each other’s company. The event, organized by...

TekSavvy kick starts Strong Kids campaign

To help a quarter of its clients have access to its facilities and courses, the YMCA of Chatham-Kent is asking for...

Apr 17 • 0 Views

Video challenge for Positivity Day

Many of the residents of Chatham-Kent have been entertained with the series of videos promoting Positivity Day...

Apr 16 • 0 Views

May Court Club to host convention

The May Court Club of Chatham is proud to announce that it will host the 85th Annual General Meeting of the Association...

Apr 16 • 0 Views

BUSINESS BUSINESS

Local Goodwill absorbed by Ontario Great Lakes Goodwill

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Goodwill Industries has played an essential role in providing jobs, skills development and economic prosperity for people who face challenges to finding employment such...

Chamber hands out the hardware

The Chatham-Kent Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 130th Business Excellence Awards on April 18, with award winners humbled to be...

Apr 16 • 0 Views

March home sales rebound

Residential sales activity through the Chatham-Kent Association of Realtors for March rebounded after a quiet February. In all, 100 units...

Apr 9 • 0 Views

Job fair on Wednesday

Chatham-Kent business, Curative Cannabis, in partnership with Economic Development, Chatham-Kent Workforce Planning Board, Goodwill Career...

Apr 8 • 0 Views

Sports Sports

Carleton to play pro ball

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Chatham’s Bridget Carleton may be closing one chapter on her basketball life, as another one is set to begin. Recently, the Iowa State guard was drafted in the second...

Ken Houston scholarship available

Family and friends of the late Ken Houston have formed a committee, raised funds and are now ready to award local...

Apr 10 • 0 Views

High praise for Carleton

Being named the Big 12 Conference’s Player of the Year could be the crown jewel of a storied career for...

Mar 12 • 0 Views

Arena options discussed

Following a public survey and open house, municipal staff will compile the data and deliver a report back to council in...

Mar 6 • 0 Views

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