BEVERLY SHORES | A grass-roots effort by Beverly Shores residents to curb light pollution along Lake Michigan's shores has been recognized by an international organization.
The dark skies following Sunday's vicious storms, with power out for tens of thousands of homes and businesses in the region, were scary for people driving through the region, unsure of where debris might be hiding.
A grassroots efforts by a Beverly Shores couple to reduce light pollution in the Lake Michigan shoreline town may be recognized by an international organization supporting the efforts.
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