The communities of St. Clair and Clay Township in St. Clair County, Michigan, are getting major awards in federal infrastructure funding, one that could kick off millions’ worth of water plant improvements and another aiming to bolster sewer access for new development. Read the full story by Port Huron Times Herald.
Iron ore shipments on the Great Lakes totaled 2.5 million tons in January, a decrease of 4.7 percent compared to 2021, according to the Lake Carriers’ Association. Loadings were above the month’s five-year average by 17.6 percent. Read the full story by Business North. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
Young artist Kathleen Van den Hogen, 22, of Kincardine, recently completed a mural by the rock gardens, which has been receiving numerous compliments since. Van den Hogen has spent most of her life in the Kincardine area. In 2019 she also created four ice cream cone installations for the Huron-Kinloss Ice Cream Trail. “I continuously […]
South Huron council voted against a request from the OPP for office space and washroom access in the Exeter fire hall.
The University of Toledo christened its newest research vessel Tuesday at the Lake Erie Center. The 21-foot R/V Spangler, named after the late charter boat captain and water quality advocate Dave Spangler, will replace the Mayflier. Read the full story by WNWO-TV – Toledo, OH. Read the full story Tags: Daily News, research
There’s a new proposal gaining support in Washington D.C. for a potential multi-billion-dollar investment that would bring U.S. naval facilities to Lorain and Lordstown, Ohio. Read the full story by WJW – TV – Cleveland, OH. Read the full story Tags: Daily News, building