Here’s a look at this moning’s headlines for Tuesday, July 5

Public Health Sudbury and Districts (PHSD) will hold dental screening clinics in July and August for children and youths, aged 17 and younger.

Pauline Rochefort is running for reelection as East Ferris’ mayor

It’s Family Fishing Week in Ontario until July 10.

Sault Area Hospital looking to fill chief of staff role

Latchford ratepayers will see a one percent increase in their tax levy.

Public Health Sudbury and Districts and the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks are investigating a possible blue-green algal bloom at Moonlight Beach on Lake Ramsey in Sudbury.

Temiskaming OPP is looking for a theft of $35,000 in copper wire, which is reported to have been stolen in a pair of alleged break-ins at a remote business site on Highway 11 near Latchford.

The Ministry of Natural Resources says it’s time to keep an eye out for Ontario’s turtles, who are hitting the road for mating season.

Greater Sudbury Police have pulled a driver off the road following a traffic stop on Lasalle Boulevard after the driver was pegged going an alleged 93 km/h over the limit.

A new wildfire known as Sudbury 19, sized at 0.1 of a hectare has ignited south of Silvester Lake.

A Temisking resident is facing charges after a stolen bicycle has been found in their possession, following an investigation.

Rotarians are packing a notable 117,000 meal kits for people in need with efforts spanning six cities, with concurrent food-pack events planned for Burlington, Toronto, Belleville, Barrie, Kingston… and North Bay.