Pontiac-based 3-D Experiential Training Co. said this week that it has given employees of L&L Products of Romeo a new perspective on safety.
A candle light vigil is planned for Johnathan Clements, killed after meeting with a person who responded to an ad posted on Craigslist.
The Romeo Engineering and Technology Center has officially opened a 20-kilowatt solar generating system. The installation was funded by a Michigan Renewable Schools Program grant applied for by the district’s construction trades teacher, Craig Bryant. The system will produce power which will be tied into the school as well as a house the district’s construction trades class builds every year. Students will be able to learn about solar energy, monitor the power it produces, monitor the school’s usage, and much more.