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C!rcle Fridays on your calendar

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It’s a recipe for success: live music, intimate shaded outdoor setting, liquor licence, and comfortable seating. That’s what Julie Ross and the St. Clair College...

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Concerts in the Commons drawing them in again

The summer music continues to flow Friday nights outside the Downtown Chatham Centre (DCC). The weekly Concert in the Commons event is in...

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Beach Boys concert less than a month away

With just under a month to go, momentum is building toward the legendary Beach Boys Aug. 8 concert in Tecumseh Park. “We’ve sold more...

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SnakeBite gets in your blood

Marty Marsh has spent years writing, arranging and vocalizing songs in his mind, on paper and in the studio – just don’t ask him to...

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Home therapy via computer next advancement by CKHA

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The phrase “the doctor will see you now” will take on a whole new meaning within the next month as mental health patients of the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA)...

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Go to bed!

Whether your lack of sleep results from a busy lifestyle, caring for a young child, proclivity to Netflix marathons, or...

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Round them up!

The all Canadian Dodge Rodeo Tour along with Chatham-Kent Crime Stoppers held the Ultimate Rodeo on July 17 in...

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Staff raise funds for diagnostics

  The recent 17th annual Chatham-Kent Health Alliance staff golf tournament raised $1,100 for the Foundation of...

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Car auction draws a crowd

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Car enthusiasts flocked to the John D. Bradley Centre in droves Saturday to take in a classic and custom car auction. Dan Spendick of Collector Car Productions of...


Lambton fertilizer plant expansion won’t affect C-K/China talks

A $105-million expansion to Ontario’s largest nitrogen fertilizer plant located minutes from the Chatham-Kent border won’t have an...

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Navistar workers closer to their pension cash

Courtesy the CBC Former workers at a Navistar plant in southwestern Ontario are significantly closer to getting the $28 million in pension...

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Wheatley shipbuilder earns federal contract

By Bryan Jessop/The Southpoint Sun Special to The Voice A few short weeks after being snubbed for a local ferry-building project, a...

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Mike Pugh, longtime proponent of Chatham landing an OHL franchise, believes the municipality should have a citizens’ committee examine the cost and the potential benefits of building a new arena.

Arena issue merits deep pondering

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  For Mike Pugh, the question of whether or not Chatham will land an Ontario Hockey League team is distracting the community from the real issue of what Chatham’s...

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Maddy Broad adds four more provincial golds

Chatham Pool Shark Madison Broad enjoyed a winning weekend at the 2015 provincial championships in Nepean, winning four...

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Rugby club offers summer skills clinics

Thanks to an Ontario Trillium Foundation grant and some dedicated local coaches, the Kent Havoc Rugby Football Club is...

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Police, students play for charity

Members of the Chatham-Kent Police Service took on students and staff of St. Clair College in a charity softball game...

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