Crowds flocked to MuslimFest at the Islamic Centre of Southwest Ontario Sunday afternoon, a free community event to celebrate Muslim arts, culture and entertainment. Organizers of the outdoor event had initially planned for 300 attendees, but ended up with more than 2,600 registered online, event director Tariq Syed said. “People were lined up to get […]
By Kelly House, Bridge Michigan
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All lead service lines in Benton Harbor, Michigan, would be dug up and replaced by April 2023 under a goal announced by Governor Gretchen Whitmer amid an escalating response to toxic lead in the city’s water supply. Read the full story by MLive. Read the full story Tags: Daily News, Michigan
Weiming Li, a professor with the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife within the Michigan State University College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, studies sea lamprey chemical mating signals called pheromones in an effort to disrupt mating and help manage their populations. Read the full story by Phys.org. Read the full story Tags: Daily News