Residents of an Old North street are urging city hall to curb its plans for sidewalks that will fell at least 11 trees, questioning why the project is going ahead when officials are piloting a new community engagement process to reduce the number of such disputes.
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Coastal restoration efforts are underway across the state as recipients of the Michigan Coastal Management Program grants begin work locally. Read the full story by The Mining Journal.
Dear Editor, This article is regarding The Municipality of Kincardine’s discussion at Monday’s Council meeting on the future development of these community and tourist destinations. Sorry, a bit long. A little history first, MacPherson Park and the Bluewater Trailer Park were donated to the Town of Kincardine as legacies for the families who donated them […]
A break and enter theft from a work truck in Listowel is being looked into by local police.
Fresh off a Stanley Cup victory, London hockey star Nazem Kadri was arguably the biggest NHL free agent available this summer. After some six weeks of waiting, fans finally learned Thursday where he reportedly will be signing – and it’s the Calgary Flames for seven years and $49 million. Here’s how the hockey world is […]