Here’s a look at today’s headlines for Friday, May 6th

The City of Sudbury waiving residential tipping fees next week

The Rainbow District School Board Student Senate hosted the Learn to Lead Conference, geared toward secondary students yesterday at Cambrian College.

The North Bay Scuba Club will be in the water at the city’s marina tomorrow to begin the spring cleanup.

A Construction worker strike is slowing progress at Côté Gold Project in Timmins.

Trades professionals in Sault Ste. Marie, along with Sault College, is working to highlight what they call a serious need for more skilled trades workers, with an event to discuss current workforce challenges.

Staff and students at St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School in Sudbury have rallied for clean waters in remote communities through a Water Walk this week.

The Timmins Women’s Soccer Club is down to five teams from six… but starting up again all the same after not playing the past two years.

The renovation and expansion at the Mindemoya Emergency Department have a pushed back the completion date of September 2022.

The South Temiskaming Active Travel Organization trail, could be open next week, in the area of Lakeshore Road.

With warmer weather here, the North Bay Police Service is reminding drivers to remove studded tires from their vehicles by the end of May.

Just over $79,000 in unpaid fines has been written off by the City of Timmins.

A Manitowaning business has donated a ‘wishing well’ to the Township of Assiginack for their waterfront, all to support community groups.

Splash N Go Adventure Parks Limited will be setting up their inflatable waterpark in the bay of Gore Bay this summer.

And an eating establishment in the 1300 block of Regent St, in Greater Sudbury has a new robot server, that can serve, host, play music and sing the ‘Happy Birthday’ song as well.

The historic Ledo Hotel in downtown Sudbury will soon be under new ownership, with the deal expected to close in mid-June.

Sidewalk construction, curb, gutter and road restoration on Lakeside Drive between Trout Lake Road and Birchaven Cove Park in North Bay has a completion date of late August.

No word as to the cause nor injuries of a two-vehicle crash in Sault Ste Marie this morning at Great Northern Road and Wawanosh Avenue.

Timmins Police Service is continuing its investigation into an accident late Wednesday night on Spruce Street South that sent a cyclist to hospital.

This week, St. Joseph’s Continuing Care Centre Sudbury received approval from the Ministry of Health for funding that will go toward 36 new rehabilitation beds.

North Bay’s Public Art Committee is accepting submissions of digital works, photography, drawings and paintings for the 2022 Traffic Box Design initiative.

Sault Police are looking for missing 30-year-old Eric Day last seen in the area of Albert Street East.

Just over $79,000 in unpaid fines has been written off by the City of Timmins.

Boil Water Advisory was put into place today for some residents of Haileybury, on Lawlor and Blackwall Streets and Meridian Avenue due to a water main break.