Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines, for Thursday June 30

Sault Ste. Marie Public Library is asking the city to provide space for what they call a micro-branch library, in the Northern Community Centre expansion.

Habitat for Humanity Ontario Gateway North has named a new director of community partnerships in Michael Cullen, a former executive director of United Way Centraide.

The Armour Ryerson Burk’s Falls Agricultural Society says they’re planning on once again holding their annual fair comes to Labour Day.

Among two new fires in the North East, Timmins 6 is a two-hectare fire located five kilometres east of Scraggy Lake. It is not under control.

In Elliot Lake, Chris Patrie remains the sole Elliot Lake for the seat of mayor

The Sault Area Hospital says ER volumes and wait times will likely continue to ‘fluctuate’ over the summer due to higher patient numbers

Sudbury’s Downtown outdoor theatre is getting $1.2M in fed funding to continue operations.

Veterans feild in North Bay will host a Senior baseball tournament this weekend for the first time in years, with teams from North Bay, Sudbury, Ottawa, Bowmanville, and Montreal.

Work continues to slow traffic in Timmins due to the Algonquin Boulevard rebuild, between Mountjoy Street and Theriault Boulevard, with the city indicating water main work from Theriault to Rea Street is done.

There are a number of questions to answer, but no injuries after a steel coil from Algoma Steel weighing just over 50k pounds got dumped onto the pavement of the Husky/Esso truck stop on Trunk Road in Sault Ste Marie.

The city of TEMISKAMING SHORES will discuss deferring animal control at their next meeting, on July 12.

Researchers with Laurentian University and NOSM University and Health Sciences North Research Institute have received $820,000 from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) to fund five research projects.

$1.2 million in federal funding is heading to the YES Theatre company to help make a 180-seat outdoor theatre space a reality in Greater Sudbury.

In North Bay, three former Canadore College students have opened a new bakery on the north end of the city, under the name COBS Bread.

The replacement of the bridge in Hoyle, east of Timmins will be up for discussion this coming Monday at 6:30 pm at the Hoyle Community Centre.

The Junior golf program is teeing off in Temiskaming Shores once again.