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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

COVID-19 by the numbers – Monday

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A total of 31 new cases of COVID-19 were reported over the weekend in Chatham-Kent. However, that number only tells part of the story. CK Public Health also deemed 28 cases as resolved, resulting in a rise in our active case count by three, to...

Missing person found safe

A Tecumseh man reported missing on Sept. 20 is safe and sound. Chatham-Kent OPP initially got the call after Matthew Somogyvary, 40, was last seen...

COVID-19 by the numbers – Monday

A total of 31 new cases of COVID-19 were reported over the weekend in Chatham-Kent. However, that number only tells part of the story. CK...

Monday police briefs

Door crasher Around 1:30 a.m. this morning, Chatham-Kent police responded to a domestic disturbance at a residence in Chatham. Through investigation, police learned that during an...

COVID-19 numbers up again

COVID-19 has claimed another life in Chatham-Kent. The death was reported Thursday by public health but due to privacy reasons the age and gender of...

100 Women support Meals on Wheels

The organization 100 Women Who Care Chatham-Kent on Sept. 16 gave a big boost to Meals on Wheels in the area. "We are incredibly grateful...

Waterway cleanup Saturday in Chatham

Canoe and kayak enthusiasts will be taking to the water in Chatham Sept. 25 in an effort to clean up the shorelines of the...

Wanted: 1 CAO for C-K

By Pam Wright Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The hunt is on for a new Chief Administrative Officer for Chatham-Kent. At a municipal media scrum last week, current...

Home sales slow slightly; more homes for sale

Chatham-Kent’s housing market slowed down in August, as inventory levels continued to rise. However, “slowed down” translates to three fewer homes sold than the same...

Brewing up a storm

Red Barn Brewing Co. is finally officially open for business. The South Kent craft brewery opened its doors to the public on the weekend, letting...
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