Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Thursday, June 23

Canadore college and Nipissing U says they’re pausing mask mandates for staff and students.

The Sault Area Hospital plans to relax some COVID-19 restrictions next week.

The 35th annual Law Enforcement Torch Run in support of Special Olympics is in books in Greater Sudbury.

An Aug. 9 meeting of Timmins city council is expected to appoint a person to fill the vacancy of Mayor ahead of the fall election.

The City of Elliot Lake has rescinded a boil water advisory for 1-18 Balsam Place following construction in the area.

Fednor Funding being provided for the reconstruction and expansion of the village of Killarney waterfront.

Cambrian College has wrapped up quite the round of celebrations this week, as nearly 3,000 grads from years 2020-22 cross Cambrian’s stage

Calander township says their waterfront playground will be complete, ahead of fun fest this weekend.

The City of Timmins has hired firm to oversee redevelopment of Golden Manor at a cost of $360,000

The investigation in Sault Ste Marie is continuing, following a residential dwelling in the west-end of the city yesterday morning.

Greater Sudbury City Council will vote on a social media policy next week for members of council and local boards.

District School Board Ontario North East board has approved a 2.4 per cent hike in its operating budget for the coming year.

A 40-year-old from Sault Ste. Marie is facing charges following a collision in a carpool parking lot on Highway 638.