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Chatham’s Three Tenors return on Saturday

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Chatham’s trio of tenors will perform at St. Andrew’s United Church’s Saturdays at 7 event April 20. These Three Tenors – Andrew Derynck, Xander Bechard and Colin Bell – are all natives of Chatham-Kent and are graduates of Chatham Kent Secondary School where they performed in school...

CKHA 50/50 raffle returns

The Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation (CKHAF) has lit its proverbial fundraising torch once again. The Igniting Healthcare 50/50 Fundraiser is back, with more prizes to...

Wrapped bus a celebration of all things C-K

Municipal officials revealed what Mayor Darrin Canniff said is the first piece of “movable art” recently – a CK Transit bus wrapped in images from...

FreeHelpCK support

Members of Holy Trinity/St Paul's Anglican Church in Chatham took part in a Lenten outreach where monies were collected to help support the Adopt...

Chatham’s Three Tenors return on Saturday

Chatham’s trio of tenors will perform at St. Andrew’s United Church’s Saturdays at 7 event April 20. These Three Tenors – Andrew Derynck, Xander Bechard and...

Monday Chatham-Kent police briefs

Woman hit with bottle; man charged What better way to enjoy a sunny Sunday morning than to get arrested for assault? That was the case on...

LETTER: No perfect answer to homeless issue

Editor: This is in reply to the March 21 column “Big-city problems land in Chatham.” Thanks, Bruce, for your column from several weeks back. Just...

Friday Chatham-Kent police briefs

Aggravated assault suspect surrenders A man wanted for aggravated assault charges strolled into the courthouse Thursday morning and into a set of handcuffs. Police say the...

Playing it forward

In a win-win situation, a group of Chatham-Kent women continue to have fun and give back to the community. The Play it 4Ward CK league...

Murder mystery time

The Chatham-Kent Public Library is hosting a murder mystery this month. Attendees take on the roles of eccentric characters that feel like they’re straight out...

Murder mystery time

The Chatham-Kent Public Library is hosting a murder mystery this month. Attendees take on the roles of eccentric characters that feel like they’re straight out...

YMCA kicks off fundraising with a bang

Thanks to a pair of major donations, the YMCA of Chatham-Kent’s 2024 annual campaign to raise $100,000 is off to a running start. A gift...

Friends gathering raises $13,000 for hospice

The Friends of Chatham annual gathering held to celebrate friends – both old and new – hit another milestone recently. The group managed to raise...

Realtors support R.O.C.K. effort

The Chatham-Kent Association of Realtors (CKAR) recently hosted its second annual Realtors Rock event in support of R.O.C.K. Missions, a local outreach not-for-profit in...

Checking out the Home & Garden Show

Aurora Exteriors showcased what its team can do for homeowners at the recent Chatham-Kent Home & Garden Show at the Bradley Centre. The show celebrated...

Knapp hired to help businesses in Wheatley

The Municipality of Chatham-Kent has hired an economic development staffer specific to Wheatley. Kyra Knapp is on board thanks to funding from the provincial government. She’s...
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