Lane restrictions on Chatham-Kent bridges

Lane restrictions on Chatham-Kent bridges

Municipal officials announced that lane restrictions will be placed on several bridges in Chatham-Kent for planned bridge washing work. July 23rd Keil Drive Bridge over Thames River between Grand Ave West and Riverview Drive Lacroix St Bridge over Thames River between King St West and Mary St Third Street Bridge over Thames River between King […]

Field Berry mixes recalled due to Salmonella concerns

Field Berry mixes recalled due to Salmonella concerns

Hain Celestial Canada, ULC has recalled Europe’s Best brand Field Berry Mixes from the marketplace due to possible Salmonella contamination. Consumers should not consume the recalled products described below. Europe’s Best, Field Berry Mix, 600 g., Codes on product: 2020MA03, 2020MA04, 2020MA10, 2020MA11, UPC: 8 71454 03618 7. Europe’s Best, 4-Field Berry Mix, 2 kg., […]

Fire Department clarifies their procedures

Fire Department clarifies their procedures

Online rumours circulated today about the involvement the Chatham-Kent Fire Department had in the recovery of a body found in the Thames River last night. In an effort to quell any misinformation, CKReview News contacted fire officials for clarification. The speculation, from an alleged witness at the scene, claimed the Chatham-Kent Fire Department (CKFD) did […]

Fourth Street closed for paving

Fourth Street closed for paving

Municipal officials announced that Fourth Street in Chatham will be closed for roadway asphalt milling and paving operations between King Street West and Wellington Street West, Wednesday from 12 p.m. until 6 p.m. and Thursday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. All lanes will be closed to traffic. Access will be provided for emergency vehicles. A […]

Fire ban still in effect

Fire ban still in effect

A fire ban issued by Chatham-Kent Fire & Emergency Services continues to be in effect for the entire municipality. “We would like to remind residents that a fire ban means no burning at all. Anything with an open flame will produce embers and sparks that could cause a secondary fire,” explains Operations Chief Chris Case. […]

Eberts Line to be reopened on August 30th

Eberts Line to be reopened on August 30th

Municipal officials announced that the Eberts Line reopening has been delayed. All lanes are closed at the bridge over Big Creek since March 19th for bridge replacement. The road will be reopened on August 30th. A detour route runs from St.Clair Road (Hwy 40) to Countryview Line (CK #29) to Prince Albert Road (CK #30)

Fire ban in effect in Chatham-Kent

Fire ban in effect in Chatham-Kent

Chatham-Kent Fire & Emergency Services has declared an open-air fire ban within the Municipality of Chatham-Kent. Due to the lack of significant rainfall and forecasted hot dry conditions, along with the Provincial forest and wild-land fire indicators at extreme levels there will be no open-air burning permitted within the Municipality of Chatham-Kent. The ban was […]

Fishing event for kids in Mitchell’s Bay this Saturday

Fishing event for kids in Mitchell’s Bay this Saturday

Bob Izumi, along with Canadian Tire will be hosting an annual Cops, Kids Fishing Event in Mitchell’s Bay this Saturday. Registration and start up time is 8 a.m. at the Mitchell’s Bay Marine Park. Cost is $3 per child which includes lunch being a pop, chips, hot dog and unlimited bait. There is no cut […]

Chatham-Kent pools offering free swims

Chatham-Kent pools offering free swims

With the support of community sponsors and partners, all municipal pools will offer free admission for the remainder of the summer every weekday from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Evening and weekend schedules vary for each pool. Schedules are available at each pool and on the municipal website at www.chatham-kent.ca/poolschedules. Find municipal pools at the following […]

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