Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is suing an out-of-state company for PFAS contamination left behind in West Michigan, claiming hazardous substances were found in the soil and groundwater. Read the full story by MLive. Read the full story Tags: Michigan, Daily News, General
Full-time support staff at Ontario’s 24 publicly-funded colleges are now under a contract for the next three years.
Provincial police say no foul play is suspected.
The Communications Manager and Program Coordinator for the Rural Ontario Institute says they’re in the process of touring rural, remote and indigenous communities.
Two candidates are vying for the title of mayor in Wellington North this year.
Devoted anti-restrictions activist Kristen Nagle has found out what happens when you thumb your nose at emergency laws aimed at protecting the public during the height of the pandemic.
The City of Owen Sound is looking for further input as they develop a Waste Management Strategy to provide direction on how the City manages garbage, recycling, and other waste diversion programs.
Perth East has two candidates running for Mayor for the upcoming 2022-26 council term.
They’re offering twenty-nine programs this fall.
A public meeting has been scheduled to inform residents on plans to replace the Durham Street Bridge in Walkerton.
A St. Thomas woman is facing her third impaired driving charge after a driver found with nearly four times the legal alcohol limit crashed into two parked vehicles, police say.
London police are investigating a stabbing Monday night that sent a man to hospital with life-threatening injuries. Police say officers were called to Nelson Street, located near the intersection of Adelaide Street and Trafalgar Street, at about 7:15 p.m. in response to a 911 call and found a man with stab wounds. He was transported […]
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