The Georgian Bay Symphony will kick off its 52nd season on a sinister and spooky note. Read More
I Speak for the Fish is a new monthly column written by Great Lakes Now Contributor Kathy Johnson, coming out the third Monday of each month. Publishing the author’s views and assertions does not represent endorsement by Great Lakes Now or Detroit Public Television.
There’s a history of the community in Chesley fighting back when their nearly 80-year-old hospital comes under threat. Three times in 1976, 1978 and 1992 the doors of the hospital nearly shut for good, but in each case, residents protested in droves. And whether through their actions or despite them, the hospital was saved. The […]
Hydro One restored power to more than 37,600 customers across Grey-Bruce by Tuesday and at mid-afternoon, sporadic new outages were appearing on the utility’s Stormcentre outage map. Fewer than 20 customers were without power in Meaford and also in Owen Sound, following the weekend windstorm which hit Ontario Tuesday afternoon. A Hydro One spokeswoman said […]
To heck with the friendly Knights-Sting token wager between cities for the upcoming Ontario Hockey League Western Conference playoff championship.
Twenty bicycles, miles of fishing line, antique cans, knives and sparkplugs – these are just some of the many things that Detroit magnet fisher Jason Vanderwal and his family have fished out of the waters.
“We have found all sorts of things in the Detroit River, 14 guns, all sorts of cutlery, horseshoes and even three large ngangas,” Vanderwal said.
Three teenage girls in Aylmer face charges after police found what they describe as a group of intoxicated and reckless youth on Talbot Street. It was just before 11:30 p.m. on July 18 when a concerned family member of a teenage girl called police to check on her well-being, Aylmer police said Monday. Officers responding […]