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    Saints off to national vball tourney

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      The seedings for the upcoming Canadian College Athletic Association’s men’s volleyball national championships were announced today by the CCAA. The St. Clair College Saints are ranked fifth heading into the championship tournament, which is being...

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    No means no repairs, thanks

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    Chatham-Kent police remind homeowners to beware of fraudsters. This after an elderly Chatham woman got conned yesterday. Police say a man came to her home on two separate occasions to offer to make some repairs to the outside of her house. She refused both...

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    Domestic arrest

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    Nearly a month after a woman reported being the victim of a domestic assault, Chatham-Kent police found their suspect. On Feb. 7, a woman called police to say she’d been assaulted. Officers tried to track down the man she alleges committed the assault, but...

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    Cycling fest returns for another year

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    The Chatham-Cycling Group announced it will host its second annual Chatham-Kent Cycling Festival this year. It’s a celebration of fitness, fun and inclusion through cycling, while raising funds for the Children’s Treatment Centre’s Freedom Riders...

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Concert band seeks new members

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The search for fresh faces for the Chatham Concert Band begins tonight. The band will hold open auditions tonight and March 10 inside the band shell in Tecumseh Park...


Theatre Kent announces loss of its building

Special to The Voice After 25 years, Theatre Kent has announced it will no longer have a permanent bricks and mortar home. Since 1990, when...

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PURE brings home the hardware

The PURE competitive team enjoyed a successful trip to Dearborn, Mich. recently, bringing back 22 platinum trophies. One of the Chatham...

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Schatte revels in blues competition experience

Standing before a packed crowd of 2,500 at the legendary Orpheum Theatre in Memphis, Chatham’s Michael Schatte took a breath and looked...

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C-K Timeraiser returns for second year

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The clock is ticking once again on local artists, their work and their potential customers. The United Way of Chatham-Kent has again partnered with the Timeraiser...

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Strong Kids Campaign underway

The Chatham-Kent YMCA is doing some heavy lifting, and local firm TekSavvy helped with the first few reps of the 2015...

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From left, Shawn Bustin, Mainstreet EVP Sales & Service; Janet Grantham, Mainstreet President & CEO; Eric Stemmler, Chatham-Kent United Way co-chair; and Joe Presutto, Mainstreet Keil branch manager celebrate the donation of more than $4,200 to the local United Way campaign recently by Mainstreet Credit Union.

Mainstreet support United Way

You can take this kind of support to the bank … and from it. Recently, Mainstreet Credit Union donated nearly...

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Random acts of KINdness

If your kids are out and about on Saturday, don’t be surprised if they receive a scarf, hat or pair of mittens....

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Award for Parks Blueberries

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Bill and Diane Parks, founders of Parks Blueberries east of Thamesville, receive a lifetime achievement and leadership award from Amy Strom of the Ontario Farm Fresh...

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RM, Sotheby’s join forces

Blenheim-based RM Auctions is selling a quarter of its business to one of the biggest auction house names on the planet. Sotheby’s is...

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Koullies Styliano prepares a panzarlic at Andy’s Place, which is celebrating its 35th anniversary.

Pride in food and service at Andy’s Place

For Koullies Styliano (Koul to his friends), the secret to surviving and thriving in the restaurant business is no different than when he...

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Snow obscures the old CSX rail line in Chatham as it heads towards the Black Bridge. The 26-mile stretch of track from Chatham to just north of Wallaceburg has four potential buyers, but so far no one has signed a cheque.

Rail line remains unsold

It’s not quite “Let’s Make a Deal” time for the old CSX rail line, but the best deal on that stretch of track likely expires March...

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Saints off to national vball tourney

Mar 6 • 0 Views • No Comments

  The seedings for the upcoming Canadian College Athletic Association’s men’s volleyball national championships were announced today by the CCAA. The St. Clair...

Chatham’s first family of basketball

Chatham’s first family of basketball

Interesting piece on the Allin family...

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Synchro success

Figure skaters participating at the Lloyd Ogilvie Memorial Synchronized Skating Competition spent all day Saturday at...

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Ethan Hobbs, 12, is so thankful of the treatment he received at the Shriners Hospital for Children in Montreal that he’s holding a curling bonspiel to give back.

Tween hosts bonspiel to give back

A 12-year-old Chatham boy is thankful for treatment he is receiving at the Shriners Hospital for Children in Montreal....

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