It’s been a busy year for the Great Lakes Shipwreck Historical Society, which has discovered a record-high nine shipwrecks across Michigan’s lakes. Read the full story by Michigan Radio. Read the full story Tags: Daily News, Michigan
Samples of a microbial mat at the bottom of a 75-foot-deep sinkhole off the north shore of Middle Island, near Rockport State Recreation Area in the waters of Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary in Lake Huron, answers a question scientists have asked for decades about the rise in Earth’s oxygen levels. Read the full story…
The Township of Chatsworth Fire Department successfully completed a two-hour water tanker shuttle accreditation test earlier this month.
A brownout at a pumping station on Detroit’s east side during heavy July rainfall “played a large role” in basement backups reported upstream, a consultant investigation into the summer flooding concluded in a presentation to the Great Lakes Water Authority board this week. Read the full story by The Detroit News. Read the full story…
Ontario is extending its stay-at-home order until June 2, a move Premier Doug Ford said was aimed at bringing down the number of COVID-19 infections while ramping up vaccinations to achieve a “two-dose summer.”
Children’s health advocates are pushing to install drinking water filters in Michigan schools and child care centers to protect them from lead poisoning.
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