Chatham-Kent residents dropped off downed tree limbs and branches Saturday at a municipal depot as cleanup continued from a violent storm Western University researchers confirmed was a downburst with high wind speeds. Read More
It was a full house when a panel of 17 municipal election candidates took questions at the Davidson Centre the night of Sept. 26. Hosted by the Kincardine and District Chamber of Commerce, questions for the all-candidates meeting were submitted by voters in advance with the “most asked” questions being presented during the event, which […]
To really succeed, science fair projects need to tackle real-world problems, an organizer of the Bluewater Regional Science and Technology Fair said. That’s what Vedant Sheel, a Grade 9 student at Saugeen District Secondary School, did with his “Voice for the Voiceless” project in which he’s started to teach a computer how to interpret and […]
Those with a variable mortgage rate saw their housing costs jump 21.2 per cent last month, the largest monthly increase since September 1982.
The provincial government is launching a new energy-saving program this summer and handing out incentives to families who participate.
Just upstream of Alabama’s Mobile Bay sits a vast region of wetlands known as the Mobile-Tensaw Delta, home to one of the most diverse ecosystems in the United States. As well as 21 million cubic yards of wet coal ash.
The J.M. Barry Power Plant has been a flashpoint between environmental advocates and the state utility, Alabama Power, for years.