Archive for the ‘Feature Story’ Category

  • Convenience store robbed in Wallaceburg

    Sep 16, 19 • 0 Views • Feature Story, Local NewsNo Comments

    Chatham-Kent police are investigating an early morning robbery in Wallaceburg. Police say about 5:20 a.m. this morning, a man entered the Circle K Convenience Store on McNaughton Avenue brandishing a weapon. The man demanded cash and cigarettes, and police...

  • Domestic charges

    Sep 16, 19 • 0 Views • Feature Story, Local NewsNo Comments

    A couple of weekend domestic disputes in Chatham-Kent led to charges. On Saturday morning, police arrested a Tilbury man for allegedly assaulting his grandmother. A 19-year-old Tilbury man is charged with assault. Just before 8 p.m. that night, officers got...

  • DNA evidence leads to arrest

    Sep 13, 19 • 0 Views • Feature Story, Local NewsNo Comments

    It is not as fast as what you see on TV crime dramas, but DNA evidence helped Chatham-Kent police identify a suspect in a January break in, and ultimately led to an arrest yesterday. Someone forced their way into a Chatham Township residence on Countryview...

  • Have you seen this woman?

    Sep 13, 19 • 0 Views • Feature Story, Local NewsNo Comments

    The Chatham-Kent Police are looking for the public’s assistance in locating Catherine Boyle, 70, of Meadowvale Line in Chatham Township. Catherine was last seen at home Wednesday morning around 6:30 a.m. She is described as 5’2”, approximately 150 lbs.,...

  • Of thefts and attempted thefts

    Sep 12, 19 • 0 Views • Feature Story, Local NewsNo Comments

    Chatham-Kent police say someone tried to get into AgMedica’s building on Riverview Drive in Chatham early Monday morning. Police say a surveillance video shows a man entering the property early Monday morning through a hole in the fence. Investigation led...

  • Teamwork approach

    Sep 11, 19 • 0 Views • Feature Story, ViewpointNo Comments

    For years, the United Way of Chatham-Kent’s annual fundraising campaigns were led by one or two people; chairs and co-chairs. That’s a great deal of work, leading the way to raise $1.5 to more than $2 million dollars each year. The chairs attend countless...

  • Fire it up!

    Sep 11, 19 • 0 Views • Bruce Uncorked, Feature StoryNo Comments

    As I sat in our backyard on a recent Sunday, the smell of wonderfully seasoned chicken wings wafting up from our Big Green Egg grill, I came to realize I let my family and friends down this summer just by not barbecuing more. The Egg needs a good workout, and...

  • Boxes and Blankets returns Sept. 20

    Sep 11, 19 • 0 Views • Feature Story, LifeNo Comments

    On Sept. 20, dozens of people will be sleeping on the street in Chatham as part of the annual Boxes and Blankets event. Organized by Chatham Hope Haven, Boxes and Blankets is where people sleep for a night, on the street, with only boxes and blankets. The...

  • Saturdays at 7 talent showcased Sept. 21

    Sep 11, 19 • 0 Views • Arts, Feature StoryNo Comments

    City of Stars, a Gala Dinner and Show that will feature guest stars from past Saturdays at 7 concerts, will be held at the John D. Bradley Centre on Sept. 21. As the sanctuary of St. Andrew’s United Church, the regular venue for Saturdays at 7 concerts,...

  • Advanced team to lead UWay campaign

    Sep 11, 19 • 0 Views • Feature Story, Local NewsNo Comments

    What’s it going to take? Teamwork. That’s the case with this year’s $1.5-million United Way of Chatham-Kent (UWOCK) fundraising campaign, as the team at Advanced Realty will collectively “chair” the effort. Tom Slager, director of donor donations...