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Celebrating 75 years of music festivals

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Special Kiwanis concert March 7 As part of the 75th anniversary celebrations of the Kiwanis Music Festival, three notable Festival alumni are returning to Chatham for...

Chatham Love Locks art piece unveilved

Inspired by the numerous bridges and structures around the world where people have affixed locks with messages of love or initials, Angel...

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Valentine’s with the WSO

  The Windsor Symphony Orchestra is returning to Chatham to perform in the St. Andrew’s United Church sanctuary on Feb. 14. Restoration...

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Engaging displays at TAG

By Marlee Robinson Special to The Voice The current art installation at the Thames Art Gallery is as much an experience as it is an...

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Hike for Hospice returns May 3

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A sign that spring is just around the corner, the Chatham-Kent Hospice has announced the date for this year’s Hike for Hospice, May 3. The event returns to Mud Creek...

Friends Gathering hopes to top $5K for Hospice

The idea of enjoying time with your friends instead of meeting at funerals is one that resonates with a lot of people....

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Ice, ice baby

Those walking the McGeachy Pond Conservation Area just outside Erieau recently were treated to a frozen spectacle as...

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Volunteers wanted for book sale

Book sale season is fast approaching and Chatham Branch of Chatham-Kent Public Library needs your help. On March 2 at...

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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 attended one of...

TekSavvy expanding rural LTE network

Locally based Internet provider TekSavvy recently announced it’s teaming up with Ericsson to upgrade and expand TekSavvy’s existing...

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Home sales heat up in January

Home sales in Chatham-Kent soared in January after a quiet December. According to figures from the Chatham-Kent Association of Realtors...

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Ask the Money Lady

The Chatham Voice will be regularly posting financial advice from Christine Ibbotson on our website, answering questions from you, the...

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Provincial volleyball coming to Chatham

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Chatham-Kent Secondary School will play host to the AAA girls’ OFSAA volleyball championships next month. Matches will take place at CKSS and the St. Clair College...

Bonspiel raises $16K

The Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation’s ninth Annual Charity Curling Classic hit the ice Feb. 1 at the Sydenham...

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‘Humboldt Strong’ reaches Wallaceburg

By Pam Wright/Special to The Voice Kaleb Dahlgren’s actions personify what it means to “stay strong and carry...

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All Ontario Farmers Curling bonspiel

The farmers are coming to Wallaceburg. The 35-annual edition of the All Ontario Farmers Curling bonspiel is scheduled...

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