Here’s a look at today’s headlines for Tuesday, May 3

Sudbury Symphony Orchestra says their excited to host its first show in two years, this coming weekend.

Former North Bay city councillor Daryl Vaillancourt has tossed his hat in the ring for Callander’s mayor.

The Timmins Police have arrested a known 29-year-old following an incident that led to a 911 call in the area of Maple Street South.

Algoma University along with others will be hosting events on all three of its campuses in honour of Moose Hide Campaign Day, May 12.

Nominations for Elliot Lake council and school board are now open.

Toronto Pearson International is warning of massive delays getting through security as travel continues to rebound.

Public Health Sudbury has confirmed the 1st cases of Influenza A in more than two years

In North Bay, Peter Chirico says he’s running for mayor of North Bay

The former treasurer of the City of Elliot Lake, Dr. Tim Vine, is taking the chair as president of finance and corporate services at St. Joseph’s General Hospital.

Construction is set to begin in Sault Ste Marie on the redevelopment of the former Sacred Heart School into a men’s shelter and harm reduction hub.

The number of COVID-19 cases has increased with outbreaks at the Temiskaming Hospital and long-term care homes.

In Greater Sudbury and area, the nomination period has opened for municipal and school board elections.

St. Joseph Scollard Hall in North Bay is now offering a licensed Hockey Canada Skills Academy for students.

The nomination period for the city of Timmins has opened and runs until Aug. 19th.

Sault Ste Marie City council has voted 8-3 in favour of moving forward with the Downtown Plaza.

The township of Blind River has decided to delay opening its meetings to the public.

A group of ELSS students were at the Elliot Lake Fire hall this week, for fire safety training.

Gas prices punched drivers in the pocketbook again today in Greater Sudbury with some places jumping over the $2 per litre mark.

North Bay City Council will meet tonight for the first since the start of the Pandemic.

Load restrictions could be on the way for more Timmins roads, mostly in the Barber’s Bay area.

A driver in the Sault area has been charged following a crash in the McNabb Street crash area.

The Walmart store on Lasalle Boulevard in New Sudbury has reopened after a brief closure today.

West Nipissing OPP is investigating after a driver struck someone riding a three-wheel scooter Monday afternoon and then fled the scene on Queen Street.

The Mattagami Region Conservation Authority says snow depth in the region remains higher than usual.