Hundreds of people walked through downtown Owen Sound on Wednesday in a show of solidarity and support for the business owner seriously injured in an assault as his business last week. Read More
CHATHAM – A Chatham man who killed his girlfriend when he “freaked out in a horrible way” about what he found on her cell phone pleaded guilty Tuesday to second-degree murder. Stephen William Thompson, 43, pleaded not guilty to the original charge of first-degree murder in the death of Cynthia Sitzes, but guilty to the […]
MUNSEE-DELAWARE NATION — A foster parent to two kids, Tania McCormick’s only regret is not becoming one sooner. But after caring for Indigenous children in need of support, both at home and at work, she felt compelled to help others do the same. “Once I started getting my first foster kids, I realized that I […]
Voter information cards are beginning to arrive in the mail.
“I was pretty confident we had the right guy,” a Norfolk OPP detective said.
Two recently banned pesticides have all but disappeared from the atmosphere around the Great Lakes, while others phased out decades ago are still hanging around.
Marta Venier, an environmental chemist at Indiana University, and her team looked at air samples taken every 12 days since 1990 by the Environmental Protection Agency around the Great Lakes region, which measure the atmospheric concentration of hundreds of compounds, including pesticides, PCBs, and other persistent chemicals.
Student nutrition programs in London-area schools have reached “a breaking point” as food prices skyrocket and funding can’t keep up, administrators of the program say.