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It is pretty tough to get better exposure than a Hollywood star spending a summer in your city and raving about it on social media.
These days Roger Turgeon does not like what he sees near Moonlight Beach.
A male youth is in custody following a threat made on social media that prompted a 'hold and secure' at a high school in Sault Ste. Marie on Thursday.
Police officials in Sudbury are concerned with the actions of some onlookers during police operations or emergencies.
A pipeline failure has left people living in a Bell Park area neighbourhood without drinking water and even when the water is flowing again the city warns people not to drink it.
Earlier this summer, a man approached a youth while they retrieved a baseball at the treeline of a baseball field near Brisson Boulevard in Hearst, according to police.
Marilyn Monroe was killed in a Sault Ste. Marie shopping centre parking lot on Saturday.
Police officials have cracked down on cocaine trafficking along the Highway 11 corridor.
The former marketing and events manager of the Essar Centre in Sault Ste. Marie has pleaded guilty to four fraud related charges.
Police officials in Sudbury say a Thursday evening march could cause some traffic disruptions.
The new event centre is part of Sudbury Wolves’ owner and local developer Dario Zulich's vision for an 'entertainment destination' that will include a casino, hotels and restaurants.
Timmins agencies are working together to collect unused medications from people's homes in hopes of keeping them off the streets.
It turns out a World War II era cable was the cause behind elevated radiation levels at the landfill site in North Bay.
What remained the big issue is what was 'committed' to the now Sudbury MPP and energy minister.
The mining giant, one of the region's largest employers, has faced stagnant nickel prices and has had to make cuts to make up for lost revenue.
Ontario is planning to fine careless drivers who cause death up to $50,000.
The Sudbury Wolves have bolstered its blue line ahead of the team’s season opener on Friday.
June McDonald loves to fall asleep to the soothing sounds of talking books, but she can no longer get to the North Bay Public Library.
Jumping off a cliff or climbing a mountain - whatever is on your bucket list - the Algoma Residential Community Hospice wants you to do it.
The allegations at the centre of the trial revolve around the 2015 byelection that saw Glenn Thibeault leave the federal NDP and successfully run for the Ontario Liberals.
Police officials continue to probe a fatal crash from last week that claimed the life of a 34-year-old Kirkland Lake man.
The union representing professors and librarians at Laurentian University has received a strike mandate from its members.
North Bay police officials are looking into a collision from Tuesday involving a school bus.
Tourism officials say a recent episode of a national television series filmed in Sault Ste. Marie delivered major advertising coverage of the city.
Police Chief John Gauthier said the Timmins Police Service is buying a device called 'Cellebrite' and it can gain access to confiscated phones/tablets.