• Robbery suspect apprehended

    May 17 • 0 Views • No Comments on Robbery suspect apprehended

    Chatham-Kent police say officers arrested a suspect in connection with a weekend robbery attempt at a local convenience store. Police say on Saturday morning about 5 a.m., a man walked into the 7-Eleven on Grand Avenue West in Chatham wearing a bandana and...

  • 6 nabbed in drug raid

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    Six people are facing charges following a drug bust in Chatham last night. Officers from the Intelligence Section, with assistance from the Critical Incidence Response Team, raided a home on Jeffrey Street. Police say the officers seized a quantity of...

  • Seasonal beach bus route starts Friday

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      The seasonal bus route to recreational attractions in the North Kent (Mitchell’s Bay) and South Kent (Erieau) will begin Friday. Seasonal Interurban Transit Route “S1” will serve Chatham, Erieau and Mitchell’s Bay with stops in Grande Point, Pain...

  • It’s a tough job

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    Kermit the Frog once pondered, “It ain’t easy being green,” but in southwestern Ontario, “It ain’t easy being red” these days. We’re talking about Liberal red, as in a candidate for next month’s provincial election. Kudos to Margaret Schleier...

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  • Robbery suspect apprehended

    May 17 • 0 Views • Chatham-Kent police say officers arrested a suspect in connection with a weekend robbery attempt at a local convenience...

  • 6 nabbed in drug raid

    Six people are facing charges following a drug bust in Chatham last night. Officers from the...

  • Seasonal beach bus route starts Friday

      The seasonal bus route to recreational attractions in the North Kent (Mitchell’s Bay) and...

  • It’s a tough job

    Kermit the Frog once pondered, “It ain’t easy being green,” but in southwestern Ontario,...

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Creative minds

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The Kent Writer’s Guild and IMAGINATION Ink group have their Spring Anthology 2018 ready for the public. IMAGINATION Ink sponsors the weekly writing workshop at the...

Theatre Kent ends season with a little murder

The story of a group of strangers coming together under mysterious circumstances, only to be murdered, one by one, is a familiar one to...

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Broadsway to perform at St. Andrew’s

Broadsway, a group of three musicians from Toronto, will perform at St. Andrew’s United Church, Chatham, on May 5 at 7 p.m. as part of...

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Audio sci-fi show released

The first instalment of the Cliff Weller mystery series was to be released on April 24 to all the major North American online sites,...

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Life Life

Marking inclusivity in C-K

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The flag went up, as did the smiles, recently at the Civic Centre to mark Community Living Month. On May 8, Community Living Chatham-Kent (CLC-K) staff, members and...

Final Push receives financial support

The financial support is pouring in for The Final Push fundraising event for the Foundation of the Chatham-Kent Health...

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Hike for Hospice raises $60K

More than 400 people came out to walk the Mud Creek Trail for the second annual Hike for Hospice on April 29, raising...

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Meet the St. Joe’s nursing class of ’68

On May 2, the nursing class of 1968 from the former St. Joseph’s Hospital School of Nursing celebrated their 50th...

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BUSINESS BUSINESS

DCC has Hart

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Shoppers wait for the doors to open for the first time at Hart in the Downtown Chatham Centre on Wednesday morning. The Canadian-owned mid-sized department store...

Woodshed doors to close

After 31 years on St. Clair Street at Forest, Theresa’s Woodshed will be closing its doors for good Aug. 31. Theresa Myers, the woman...

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Housing prices rise, inventory continues to fall

Sales remain brisk in the local housing market and the average price for a home is up, but realtors are crying out for more homes to sell....

May 15 • 0 Views

MSSC workers ratify deal

Unifor members working at MSSC Chatham recently ratified a three-year collective agreement that improves wages, benefits and language. The...

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Sports Sports

Retro Run slated for May 27

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Put on your favourite retro running outfit for the fourth annual YMCA Family Fun Run/Walk. The event takes place May 27 at the Y in Chatham. Rob Armstrong, spokesperson...

Sharks gobble up medals across Canada

The Chatham Pool Sharks recently enjoyed a wild two weeks travelling across Canada, competing in championship meets. At...

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Morpeth tombstones pushed over

Someone pushed over about 30 headstones in the Morpeth Cemetery recently, causing about $7,000 in damage. Police would...

Apr 24 • 0 Views

Pickleball for Hospice set for May 4-6

The Chatham-Kent Pickleball club is playing to help the Chatham-Kent Hospice. The club is hosting the second annual...

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