Here’s a look at this mornings headlines for this morning, Wednesday January 19th

Near North District School Board high school students will be moving to four classes per semester come January 31st.

The Timberwolf Golf Club in Greater Sudbury is getting ready to open after building an outdoor winter park.

Timmins is holding a virtual open house this Thursday at 6:30 pm to discuss the future of Melview Park in Porcupine.

The Iroquois Falls Cross-Country Ski Club is reporting damage to some of their trails thanks to a pair of trespassing sledders.

Construction of the $30-million Place des Arts in downtown Sudbury is nearing completion.

The Near North board is returning to a semester learning model, January 31st

The Homelessness Network of Sudbury is announcing an Extreme Cold Weather Alert for the next twenty-four hours.

North Bay will receive just over $900k ($909,919) from the province’s Gas Tax program to go toward the expansion and improvement of public transit in the city.

Laurentian University board of governors has elected an interim chair, Jeff Bangs, to lead the board until June.

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Here’s what else is making news:

Algoma District School Board is seeking input from the Public on deciding professional development days for the 2022-2023 academic year.

Starting June 18, a new area code is coming to Eastern Ontario with the digits 683

Sault Ste Marie handed out 1,311 building permits issued last year were worth $211.4 million.

Elliot Lake OPP are looking into a break and enter, where a safe was stolen from an Elliot Lake business during the early morning hours of January 16th on Paris Drive.

Highway 144 was closed today between Cartier and Highway 560, or the Watershed due to a collision, with updates available by following the “Road Conditions” link on our website.

A recent survey says North Bay residents are in favour of North Bay Police Service wearing body cameras, expected to roll out in June.

Those in Timmins are encouraged to check on friends and family in need as environment Canada says the Wind chill values could near minus 40 tonight.

Algoma District School Board is seeking input from the Public on deciding professional development days for the 2022-2023 academic year.

Senators on the other side of the Bridge in Sault Ste Marie say The Army Corps of Engineers will receive $479 million for upgrades to the Soo locks.