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C is for Cookie

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Join in the excitement, laughter and music of “Sesame Street Live! C is for Celebration!” when it visits Chatham Nov. 21. Performances take place at 3:30 p.m....

Book Bash a free and interactive success

More than 800 students from across Chatham-Kent were able to meet local authors, learn some coding, check out engineering clubs and robots,...

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The Abrams to perform Nov. 2

Kent Regiment IODE is bringing The Abrams to the Chatham Capitol Theatre this Saturday. John and James Abrams combine down-home charm and...

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CKPL wants you to ‘Come Write In’

This fall, Chatham-Kent Public Library invites everyone to “Come Write In” with the National Novel Writing Month Challenge. Every year...

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Unique chairs raise funds for hunger project

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Sprucedale-Providence United Churches are asking people to take a seat and take a stand at their Chairs for Charity fundraiser event in support of the Canadian...

Kettle campaign set to start

The 2019 Christmas Kettle Campaign kicks off this week in Chatham, and volunteers are needed. While the fundraising...

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Locked Up garners $10K

“Officers” Bill Myers, Ryan Rusnak, and Ken Bechard look after their “prisoner” Tricia Weese...

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15th Christmas House Tour focuses on Victoria Ave. area

The local IODE chapter wants to help everyone get into the holiday spirit and help with some Christmas house decorating...

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Ask the Money Lady

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The Chatham Voice will be regularly posting financial advice from Christine Ibbotson on our website, answering questions from you, the public. *** I have 8 years until I...

Demand far outstrips housing supply in C-K

Home sales in Chatham-Kent remain hot, but the number of homes to sell seems to continue to dry up. The Chatham-Kent Association of...

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Laser tag comes to Chatham

For residents of all ages gunning for some fun, a new laser tag facility has recently opened in Chatham. FlashPoint, situated on Queen...

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Community aids three businesses following fire

Following a fire that destroyed the commercial building at 7 Hart Place in Chatham in early October, three local businesses are back up and...

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Hockey Fights Cancer on Saturday

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A group of hockey playing kids, and their parents, are doing their part in the battle of “Hockey Fights Cancer.” On Nov. 16 at Thames Campus Arena at 2 p.m. the...

Roadside basketball nets a hazard: Public Works

More than 60 Chatham residents received a notice from C-K Public Works that if they didn’t remove their outdoor...

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A different perspective

Adrian Bruni, 13, of Tecumseh takes flight during the recent CK Scooter Festival, which took place recently in Chatham....

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Ansell receives provincial soccer award

Chatham’s Patrick Ansell has a dream of one day making it to soccer’s World Cup. Except that dream has the teenager...

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