Sault Ste. Marie

New Toll Lanes, System Coming To International BridgeThe International Bridge Authority and Michigan Department of Transportation will start opening the lanes Monday night.
Man Dies, Trucker Jailed After Multi-Vehicle Crash On I-75Michigan State Police say 38-year-old Grant Childs died after a tractor-trailer struck his vehicle Friday afternoon on north I-75 in Sault Ste. Marie.
Michigan Arena 1 Of 4 'Hockeyville USA' Finalists; Voting Ends Wednesday"The Mitten" might be home to Hockeytown with the Detroit Red Wings, but an Upper Peninsula city is vying to become Hockeyville USA.
Man Charged In Daughter's Accidental Shooting On Hunting TripShellsea Lefebre was killed Sept. 21 when a rifle accidentally fired from the front seat of a vehicle.
Verizon Brings 4G LTE Network To Sault Ste. MarieVerizon Wireless expanded its 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) network in Sault Ste. Marie and its immediate surrounding communities.
Soo Library Boasts New Fiber-Optic Connection from MeritMerit Network Inc. announced Friday that it has connected Bayliss Public Library in Sault Ste. Marie with a new fiber-optic line as part of the REACH-3MC project.
EPA Gives $2.6M To Improve Great Lakes BeachesThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says more than $2.6 million in grants are being awarded to help improve water quality at Great Lakes beaches in Michigan and Wisconsin.
1,000-Foot Freighter Runs Aground In St. Mary's RiverThe Coast Guard responded to a 1,000-foot freighter that ran aground early Wednesday morning in the downbound channel of the St. Mary's River.
June Celebration Set For Soo Bridge 50th BirthdayU.S. and Canadian officials are planning a celebration next month for the 50th anniversary of the bridge that links Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and its Ontario namesake.
Tech Tour Day Three: On The Northern Michigan RoadGetting from Sault Ste. Marie to the Traverse City area took a little longer than I thought it might because of a couple of really fascinating stops on Saturday, Day Three of the Great Lakes Innovation and Technology Report's 2012 Spring Tech Tour.
Tech Tour Day Two: High Tech's Growing In The SooMichigan's oldest city dates back to the 1660s. Its most famous feature, locks that get freighters around treacherous rapids between Lake Superior and the Lake Michigan-Huron system, date back to the 1850s. But stay tuned. Sault Ste. Marie might just be famous for something else pretty soon, something at the farthest reaches of technology.
Tech Tour Day One: Road Trip!Greetings from Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan's first city, as the Great Lakes Innovation and Technology Report's 2012 Spring Tech Tour kicks off.