Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Tuesday, June 28

Fire crews in Sault Ste Marie were called to the Giant Tiger in response to a vehicle fire, noting there were no injuries.

A fully accessible community garden is now open at Ryan Heights Playground in Sudbury.

Construction on the new La Ronde building in Timmins starts this week

Three new Pickleballers courts have opened in East Ferris.

North Shore Mayor Tony Moor has joined the homelessness challenge for the remainder of the week in tenting near a water source.

The $80.7 million dollar Junction East project is up for discussion, and perhaps a major financial boost at Sudbury city council tonight.

In North Bay, road work is slated to start today on a section of Fisher Street, between Main and Worthington streets.

The province of Ontario has recognized Timmins’ Guy Lamarche with a Lifetime Achievement Award for more than four decades of service in the industry.

Burk’s Falls says the number of homes sold within the past year, has doubled the average over the past decade.

Canada Day festivities will return to the Roberta Bondar Park Tent Pavilion this year in Sault Ste Marie.

Sudbury’s infant food bank is asking for help as they need special formula.
The North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit’s Board says the district is seeing a tapering off of a jump Influenza A activity in May.