Both Grey-Bruce and the province recorded their highest daily case counts Thursday of new COVID-19 infections since the pandemic began 21 months ago. Read More
Visitors to the Lake Michigan shoreline might see, and smell, something that has been absent in recent history: dead alewives. A biologist for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources says it’s a good sign. Read the full story by Manistee News Advocate. Read the full story Tags: Michigan, News, Daily News
By Michael Casey, Associated Press
BOSTON (AP) — Brenda Hampton first came across the toxic industrial compound PFAS after finding it was part of the cocktail of contaminants that tainted the drinking water in her North Alabama community.
Hampton, who believes the contaminated water contributed to kidney problems she and other residents suffer, soon learned the chemicals were found in another source that hit close to home — fast food wrappers, boxes and plates.
Rural education advocates are chafing after the Thames Valley District school board dissolved a task force created to come up with ideas to improve rural schooling.
The cause of a fire on May 11 at the Bentinck landfill is under investigation, West Grey’s chief administrative officer said Friday. Firefighters used an aerial truck to help douse the fire, an effort which involved West Grey firefighters, police, public works teams and area emergency crews. A photo tweeted by West Grey police at […]
City politicians vowed to throw their weight behind a push to sustain pandemic funding from Ottawa and Queen’s Park for 12 housing and homelessness programs currently in jeopardy.
A pre-fabricated steel building company in Strathroy plans to hire dozens of new employees as part of an expansion plan that will see the company make components it now obtains from the United States. MetalCor Building Systems, which produces steel framing parts for buildings throughout North America, says it will invest more than $2.5 million […]