Masked man robs convenience store

Around 1:30 a.m. Wednesday morning a male wearing a black ski mask entered a convenience store on Richmond street in Chatham and demanded a pack of cigarettes, when the clerk asked to see the man’s face and identification the masked man became hostile stating that he had a knife and would injure the clerk if he did […]

Youth arrested for breaching bond conditions

Youth arrested for breaching bond conditions

In the early hours of Friday morning Chatham-Kent police arrested a male youth for failing to comply with release conditions. On June 24, 2012, the youth was arrested and charged with theft over $5000 and possession of property obtained by a crime over $5000 in connection with a stolen vehicle from the Wallaceburg area. The youth was released with several […]

Wallaceburg woman arrested for uttering threats

On Wednesday afternoon Chatham-Kent police arrested a woman in connection with a domestic related offence in Wallaceburg. Shortly after 1:00 p.m. the victim reported that he had been threatened earlier in the morning by his common-law wife while at their residence. During a verbal argument, the woman threatened to kill the man. The man was […]

Hit and run on Adelaide

The Chatham-Kent police are looking for information regarding a motor vehicle collision yesterday in Chatham Just before 8:00 p.m. a female rollerblading on Adelaide Street South was struck by a gold coloured mini van. The driver struck the woman from behind causing her to fall to the ground and scrape her knees. The 21-year-old Chatham […]

McGuinty promises a review of the Elliot Lake mall disaster

McGuinty promises a review of the Elliot Lake mall disaster

Premier Dalton McGuinty released the following statement Wednesday on the Elliot Lake mall disaster after two bodies were found. “Like all Ontarians, I was deeply saddened to learn that emergency workers have recovered bodies from the mall collapse in Elliot Lake. This news comes as a terrible blow to the people of that community. We […]

Local MMA fighters bring home Gold, Silver and Bronze

Local MMA fighters bring home Gold, Silver and Bronze

By: Dan Age The 2012 Toronto Grappler’s Quest had a huge turnout of over 400 fighters from across Canada and Chatham’s own Rob Tomlin brought home a gold medal in the 190-199lb division, Steve Eldridge of Redemption MMA brought home a silver in the 180-189, and Joe Toulouse took the bronze in the absolute (no weight class). Watch some […]

Cogeco sponsors the Chatham-Kent Cougars

Cogeco sponsors the Chatham-Kent Cougars

Sel Jordan of the Chatham-Kent Cougars dropped by Cogeco on Thursday to pick up a $1000 cheque for this season’s Cogeco and TVCogeco Chatham-Kent Cougars team sponsorship. Here he is suiting up with programming manager Peter Martin. TVCogeco will be broadcasting the Cougars this season in telecasts that are community produced by the Cougars organization.

Ron Maclean compares NHL players to police and firefighters

Ron Maclean compares NHL players to police and firefighters

By Greg Holden Ron MacLean has offended many people by comparing NHL hockey players with first responders like police and firefighters. He even invoked 9-11 at the start of Wednesday nights game between the New York Rangers and the Washington Capitals. MacLean said, “You can’t help but be struck by the players and the way they have […]

Double fatality on Highway 40

Double fatality on Highway 40

Two vehicle accident on Highway 40 claims the lives of two people. Photo CKReview By Greg Holden OPP confirm two people are dead in a tragic accident on highway 40. The accident happened just before 4pm. Police have closed off highway 40 between Greenvalley Line and Bush Line and expect it to remain closed for hours. OPP technical […]