Some news notes from 9/11/12; I'm not including any memorials of 9/11/01 in this listing.
Newfoundland lashed by Hurricane Leslie. Power was out to over 20,000 subscribers, and the strong winds (up to 137 km/hr, or 85 mph) toppled trees and ripped roofs off buildings. [CBC] [wikipedia] The track of Leslie is next expected to hit Iceland. [Weather Underground].
Chicago teachers strike in second day. [Chicago Tribune] City parks have opened up activity centers to help take care of the some 350,000 students affected by the labor action.
GoDaddy name servers were down on Monday. The outage affected large parts of the Internet when name lookups failed to resolve, taking sites offline. Anonymous was quick to claim credit for the attack, but the company said Tuesday that it was caused by internal routing issues and not an attack. [New York Times/AP] [TechMeme]
Ann Arbor: A Citgo near Packard and Platt that is being remodeled sports a "Dexter Bakery" awning. [Barbara Tozier via Twitter]
Ann Arbor: The old St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church building on North Main St is torn down. The property is up for auction for back taxes after a failed development project. [AnnArbor.com] [Arborwiki] [Ann Arbor Observer]
Ida, Michigan: Whittaker's Berry Farm is open for raspberry picking.
University of Michigan: Seven more diesel-electric buses are being added to the University's bus system; when they are all in service, 1/6 of the bus fleet will be hybrids. [PlanetBlue]
Detroit Tigers lose 6-1 Monday to division-leading Chicago White Sox. The Tigers are now 3 games out of first, and face the Sox again tonight in Chicago. [MLB.com]