Posts Tagged ‘Chatham-Kent’

  • Cops hunt for Molotov Cocktail tosser

    Jan 20, 20 • 0 Views • Feature Story, Local NewsNo Comments

    Chatham-Kent police are looking for someone who lobbed a Molotov Cocktail at a house in Chatham shortly after 6 a.m. Jan. 16. Police say the person tossed the flaming bottle at a home on Sarah Crescent shortly after 6 a.m. Five people were inside the house at...

  • Rolling, rolling, arrested

    Jan 20, 20 • 0 Views • Feature Story, Local NewsNo Comments

    Chatham-Kent police investigated a weird one on the weekend. On Saturday afternoon shortly before 5 p.m., officers were called to two crashes on Tecumseh Line at Merlin Road. As the officers investigated, they learned a driver and passenger had been eastbound...

  • Tased and arrested

    Jan 20, 20 • 0 Views • Feature Story, Local NewsNo Comments

    Chatham-Kent police report officers had to use a Taser to subdue someone outside the hospital early this morning. According to police, officers got the call about 3 a.m. of a man causing a disturbance at the hospital in Chatham. Officers went to arrest the...

  • Winter’s coming

    Jan 17, 20 • 0 Views • Feature Story, Local NewsNo Comments

    Remember winter? Well, it’s coming tonight, and bringing with it up to 15 cm of snow and blowing snow tonight at tomorrow. This from Environment Canada: An approaching low pressure system will bring snowfall to Southwestern Ontario beginning overnight...

  • More B&Es

    Jan 17, 20 • 0 Views • Feature Story, Local NewsNo Comments

    Chatham-Kent police are seeking suspects in two recent break-ins, one in Chatham and another in Tilbury. On Thursday morning about 10 a.m., police got the call of a break-in on Tuscany Trail in Chatham. About $5,000 in construction tools and fixtures were...

  • Winter ARTcrawl Friday

    Jan 16, 20 • 0 Views • Arts, Feature StoryNo Comments

    The Thames Art Gallery and ARTspace open two new exhibitions featuring painting, installation, dance, film and sound Friday. The evening begins at ARTspace with doors opening at 5 p.m. Artist Sam Gunsar will debut his exhibition of...

  • Break-ins under investigation

    Jan 16, 20 • 0 Views • Feature Story, Local NewsNo Comments

    A couple of break-ins of note recently, according to Chatham-Kent police. Sometime between Tuesday at 5 p.m. and yesterday at 7 a.m., someone forced their way into a home under construction on Riverview Line and stole approximately $8,000 worth of tools and...

  • Tourism opportunities

    Jan 15, 20 • 0 Views • Feature Story, Viewpoint1 Comment

    Tourism is a growth sector of a healthy economy that can sometimes be overlooked when municipalities narrow their new jobs focus to the industrial or commercial sector. Here in Chatham-Kent, we are fortunate enough to be surrounded by Great Lakes, a booming...

  • R.I.P. Mr. Neil Peart

    Jan 15, 20 • 0 Views • Bruce Uncorked, Feature Story1 Comment

    I normally write about family and local events in my column, but this week is a bit different. It’s about a man I never met and part of a trio I’d been a fan of for a good 45 years. Rest in peace, Neil Peart. Arguably the best rock drummer on the planet,...

  • C-K Toy Show back for 19th year

    Jan 15, 20 • 0 Views • Feature Story, LifeNo Comments

    The doors open Sunday morning at 10 a.m. for the 19th annual Chatham-Kent Toy Show and Sale. Rob Sterling, one of the event organizers, said the event continues to grow. “It’s hard to believe that it’s been 19 years. The problem is every year that goes...