• The Beach Boys’ Mike Love will speak at the Rotary Club of Chatham’s 75th annual banquet Nov. 9 at the John D. Bradley Convention Centre. He’s hinting about bringing the band back for a fundraising concert next summer.

    Beach Boy to share his good vibrations

    Oct 31 • 109 Views • No Comments

    Mike Love’s coming to Chatham next week, but it could be a prelude to an all-out Beach Boy invasion next summer. Love, longtime member of the legendary band, will speak at the 75th annual Rotary Club of Chatham’s banquet Nov. 9. That’s the power of...

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    Crowded house at Poor Boy Luncheon

    Oct 31 • 92 Views • No Comments

    John Lawrence feeds the devil – Joel Vandehogen – at the annual Poor Boys Luncheon today at St. Joseph’s Hall in Chatham. Hundreds of people flocked to the fundraising event...

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    Cyclist likely hit, cops say

    Oct 31 • 59 Views • No Comments

    Police now believe the cyclist found lying on the side of Park Avenue East yesterday morning was hit by a vehicle. The incident occurred about 6 a.m. The 52-year-old victim was clipped by a vehicle and was discovered lying on the gravel roadway. He was taken...

  • The Maroons’ Steven Szekesy.

    Think pink; attend Sunday’s Maroons match

    Oct 30 • 87 Views • No Comments

    Pink will be the colour of the night Sunday when the Chatham Junior Maroons take on the Lambton Shores Predators at Memorial Arena in their annual Breast Cancer Awareness Night. The Maroons will wear special pink game jerseys courtesy of the Szekesy family...

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Steampunk version of ‘Oliver!’ coming to Kiwanis Theatre

Oct 27 • 359 Views • No Comments

Special to The Chatham Voice Theatre Kent is presenting “Oliver!” the musical, by Lionel Bart, at the Kiwanis Theatre from Nov. 6 to 15. The heartwarming family...

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Future of C-K culture up for discussion

The public is being invited to the unveiling of a $544,000 cultural implementation plan Oct. 29 at 7 p.m. at the Chatham Cultural Centre....

Oct 24 • 629 Views

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Concert to benefit hospice

Linnea Good is coming to town Oct. 29. The concert, in support of the Chatham-Kent Hospice, is a joint effort by St. Paul’s United Church...

Oct 21 • 102 Views

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Thamesville native meets an idol

Thamesville native Caitlyn Weaver nearly pinched herself Sept. 6. “When I woke up the next morning, I thought, ‘Did that really happen...

Sep 25 • 597 Views

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Crowded house at Poor Boy Luncheon

Oct 31 • 92 Views • No Comments

John Lawrence feeds the devil – Joel Vandehogen – at the annual Poor Boys Luncheon today at St. Joseph’s Hall in Chatham. Hundreds of people flocked to the...

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Lose to Win back for fifth year

For the fifth straight year, the Foundation of Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA) is looking for a bunch of losers....

Oct 29 • 123 Views

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Busy time at book sale

This year’s Fall Book Sale at the Chatham branch of the Chatham-Kent Public Library kept volunteers busy as...

Oct 28 • 81 Views

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Home and Reno expo

The fourth annual New Home and Reno Expo held at the St. Clair College HealthPlex over the weekend brought local...

Oct 28 • 178 Views

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Early days for young entrepreneurs

Oct 30 • 188 Views • No Comments

They shuffle in; some dressed in sweats and jeans, some in business attire, notebooks in one hand and dreams in the other. It’s 6 a.m. on a frosty Thursday morning and...

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Leadwave splices into Chatham-Kent

  For Leadwave Technologies, a short drive from Sarnia to Chatham-Kent was all it took to determine that there was an opportunity for...

Oct 29 • 192 Views

Dr. Kerry Mall, Krista Mall and their pet Brook, are all part of D.M.S. Veterinary Centre.

Vet clinic owners proud of growth

An interview with D.M.S. Veterinary Centre includes not only Dr. Kerry and Krista Mall but also a third “partner” Brook, a Plott Hound...

Oct 29 • 339 Views

Diane Galvin showcases one of the displays at River House Gifts in Downtown Chatham.

Galvin pursues her dreams

For 20 years Diane Galvin put her dreams of opening a home decorating store on hold while she pursued another career and motherhood but...

Oct 28 • 451 Views

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The Maroons’ Steven Szekesy.

Think pink; attend Sunday’s Maroons match

Oct 30 • 87 Views • No Comments

Pink will be the colour of the night Sunday when the Chatham Junior Maroons take on the Lambton Shores Predators at Memorial Arena in their annual Breast Cancer...

Luis Miguel Aguirre with his daughter Bela, and son Tiago. (Photo by Ian Kennedy/CKSN.ca)

Sports can eliminate barriers

Moving to a new town can be difficult. Moving to a different country with new cultural norms and traditions can leave...

Oct 28 • 146 Views

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U16Bs top Tillsonburg

The U16B Worthington Cylinder Chatham Thunder squad picked up its second victory on the season on the weekend, topping...

Oct 27 • 54 Views

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Haines imitates a brick wall

Avery Haines did nothing but put up goose eggs on the weekend for the U12 Chatham Thunder. Haines posted the shutouts...

Oct 27 • 63 Views

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