Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Year In Review 2020: July

YEAR IN REVIEW 2020: JULY


‘Virtual’ fireworks being held across the country for Canada Day

Animal rescue centre fire on Brook Line

Norton accepts CAO position in Georgian Bluffs

Only one active COVID-19 case remains in Chatham-Kent

New recycling schedule launched across Chatham-Kent

Dresden woman wins $126,000 Lotto Max prize

Safety is ‘top of mind’ for primary care providers

2nd Wallaceburg Farmers’ Market held downtown (Photos)

Four new positive COVID-19 cases in Chatham-Kent

Blenheim man wins $100,000 Lotto 6/49 Encore prize

May 16th Miracle team donates nearly $46,000 in cash to Chatham groups

Fuel tanker blaze near the Prairie Siding Bridge

Firefighter taken to hospital, dog dies after a fire on Pain Court Line

Ontario mayors issue emergency call for financial support

Pain Court man wins $100,000 lottery prize

Chatham-Kent Civic Centre reopening on Friday

Wallaceburg woman advances to phase two of television program

Province extends emergency orders to July 22

‘Record high’ water levels leads to shoreline water safety bulletin

C-K joins Great Lakes group calling for billions in shoreline funding

Four more positive COVID-19 cases in Chatham-Kent

Reports of a man in possession of a handgun

Al MacLeod Technical Award handed out in Wallaceburg

Dreaming Out Loud captures Mark Austin Pacing Series final at Dresden Raceway

Parts of Ontario, including Chatham-Kent, entering Stage 3 of reopening

Two new positive COVID-19 cases in Chatham-Kent

Community preparing and making sense of Stage 3 reopening

Letter: ‘Hockey will be back’

Chatham-Kent libraries remaining closed, union calls for their immediate opening

More Stage 3 reopening details released for Chatham-Kent

Nine active COVID-19 cases across Chatham-Kent

Dresden Rotary launches ‘Family Boredom Busters’ initiative

New splash pad opening on Friday in Dresden

Ken Labonte hired as assistant fire chief

Fundraiser launched after the death of a Wallaceburg boy

Premier Doug Ford stopping in Chatham-Kent

Emergency orders extended to July 29 across Ontario

One new COVID-19 case confirmed in Chatham-Kent

Update: Dresden Splash Pad not opening on Friday

Premier, Ministers visit C-K to announce support for farmers

Feds announce $19-billion ‘Safe Restart Agreement’

Council to consider restoring some services across Chatham-Kent

Four new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Chatham-Kent

Fish die off at Mud Creek maintenance project

Commercial sex trade organization dismantled in Ontario

Festival of Giving going virtual

Third Farmers’ Market held in downtown Wallaceburg

Truck fire sparks wheat field blaze on Stewart Line just outside of Wallaceburg

Councillor hoping to help make ‘Emancipation Day’ official across Canada

Teenage girl approached in Thamesville, police investigating

Lambton County entering Stage 3 of reopening on Friday

Active COVID-19 case numbers jump to 25 in Chatham-Kent

Council votes to reopen several services across Chatham-Kent

Former St. Joseph Catholic School sold to C-K

Nine more COVID-19 cases confirmed in Chatham-Kent

Community Leaders’ Cabinet condemns racism and discrimination

CKHA welcomes new Urologist to Chatham-Kent

Bob n’ Buoys Bar & Boil back open in Mitchell’s Bay

One new COVID-19 case brings C-K’s total to 198

John Lawrence recognized for Hospice volunteering

16 new COVID-19 cases confirmed, total rises to 214 in C-K

Five new COVID-19 cases brings Chatham-Kent’s total to 219

Walpole Island receives funding to replace a culvert

Masks becoming mandatory for riders on CKTransit

Contracted service provider tests positive for COVID-19 at Riverview Gardens

VP of mental health & addictions added to CKHA leadership team

$3.1-million in funding for Sacred Heart Catholic School in Port Lambton

Multiple sex-related offences laid in Wallaceburg

Dresden Raceway allowing 100 fans on site

Cougars ‘Dickie Dee’ strolls through Wallaceburg

Seven new COVID-19 cases brings Chatham-Kent’s total to 226

$4-billion in COVID-19 relief announced for Ontario’s municipalities

One new active case of COVID-19 confirmed on Walpole Island

7-year-old girl dies, two children sent to hospital, impaired driving charges laid after crash

Chatham man charged under the Quarantine Act

Seven more COVID-19 cases brings Chatham-Kent’s total to 233

Funding received for new south Chatham Catholic elementary school land

Salvation Army Thrift Store back open in Wallaceburg

C-K’s COVID-19 ‘surge’ linked to Low German speaking communities

Eight new COVID-19 cases and one active workplace outbreak confirmed

Charges laid after double fatal crash outside of Wallaceburg in March

Province announces back-to-school plan for September

Two new COVID-19 cases brings C-K’s total to 243

‘Little Free Library’ installed in Wallaceburg

Additional measures implemented at bars and restaurants

Walpole Island bridge closure extended

Five new COVID-19 cases, 15 more recoveries in C-K

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