The beaches at Indiana Dunes National Park were back open Friday after they were closed for the second time in two weeks because of discharge from U.S. Steel Midwest. This discharge and beach closure comes weeks after a federal judge approved a revised settlement with the company, more than four years after the Portage plant discharged wastewater containing a potentially carcinogenic chemical into the Burns Waterway. Read the full story by WLS-TV – Chicago, IL.
Museum London is welcoming the public back with four days of free events. The museum’s Spring Launch Week includes a local trivia night, an open house, a wrap for two exhibitions and a showcase of London’s musical talents from Thursday May 12 through Sunday May 15. The events are free, but registration is required online […]
As work on the Saugeen First Nation amphitheatre project progresses, an open house will be held for members of Saugeen and the broader community on March 25 from 1 to 3 p.m. Saugeen members have been using dry-stone construction skills they’ve developed during the reconstruction of the amphitheatre. They’re completing that and are working on […]
A U.S. Navy warship won’t be dropping anchor in Erie anytime soon. While efforts are ongoing to bring a decommissioned Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigate to Presque Isle Bay and turn it into a floating naval museum, a steep fundraising goal and an arduous Navy approval process could slow the project for years. Read the full…
Saugeen Shores Council has appointed John Divinski as the new Ward Councillor representing Southampton.
President Biden will tout the $1 billion investment from the infrastructure plan to accelerate cleanup of polluted hotspots on the Great Lakes during his visit to Wisconsin’s Lake Superior coast next Wednesday. Read the full story by Wisconsin Public Radio. Read the full story Tags: Wisconsin, Daily News