Owen Sound police are investigating an assault which left a 44-year-old Owen Sound business owner with critical injuries Thursday night. Read More
Science Says What? is a monthly column written by Great Lakes now contributor Sharon Oosthoek exploring what science can tell us about what’s happening beneath and above the waves of our beloved Great Lakes and their watershed.
As spring comes to Saginaw Bay, a group of elementary school students are preparing to play an important role in a long-term scientific study.
No injuries of livestock losses were reported after flames fully engulfed a barn north of Goderich early Thursday, provincial police say.
Following a two-year hiatus, Lucknow’s famed music fest is back and bigger than ever. “We were able to add more camp sites this year,” explained Cheryl Johnston, marketing director of Lucknow’s Music in the Fields, which runs from Aug. 25 to 27 at Graceland Festival Grounds. Johnston said of the 1,500 sites available, 90 per […]
For more than a century, a dam divided the upstream Sandusky River from Lake Erie. People got power, but fish were prevented from reaching native spawning grounds.
Then, four years ago, the dam came down, like hundreds around the Great Lakes region. It had been replaced as a power source years earlier, and environmentalists argued to restore the river’s natural course.