A pedestrian who was struck on Highway 6 and 10 just south of Rockford early Wednesday morning has been transported to hospital by air ambulance. Grey Bruce OPP, Grey County Paramedic Services and the Inter Township Fire Department responded to a report of a collision involving a pedestrian just before 7 a.m. The pedestrian was […]
For me personally, I’ll always remember 2021 as the year I achieved one of my greatest accomplishments – graduating from Zoom University back in May and eventually becoming a part of Great Lakes Now’s growing team in October.
I’m only about two months into my role as the new digital content coordinator for Great Lakes Now, but I’ve already learned a lot – and I’ve already gotten to see the team achieve a lot of great accomplishments in just the one-sixth of a year I’ve been on board.
By Timberly Ferree, Indiana Environmental Reporter
A new Duke University-led study has found that the anti-fogging sprays and cloths used to prevent condensation on eyeglasses contain toxic PFAS chemicals.
Researchers tested five top-rated anti-fogging cloths and four top-rated anti-fogging sprays sold on Amazon and found all the products to contain fluorotelomer alcohols (FTOHs) and fluorotelomer ethoxylates (FTEOs).
A 40-unit affordable housing development with outdoor amenities and on-site support for residents is proposed for a vacant property near downtown St. Thomas. YWCA St. Thomas-Elgin is partnering with Sanctuary Homes and Doug Tarry Homes to bring more affordable housing options to St. Thomas, pitching a community of mixed-use homes for 21 Kains St., according […]
Charmaine Jenner (Tauchkwe), a self-taught local artist from Neyaashiinigmiing, will have her painting of a crane installed on the old general store in Oxenden as a community-funded symbol of grassroots reconciliation efforts. A group of neighbours are raising $10,000 to commission and install the piece after it was selected by a jury of local residents […]
Sadly, the holidays were still the season to drink and drive.