Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Thursday, July 21

The power is back on following an outage affecting roughly 100 customers in Loellen, after a tree came down on powerlines, noting there were no injuries.

The Mattawa River Canoe Race returns this weekend.

The Porcupine Health Unit says it will no longer be delivering the preschool speech and language program and the infant hearing program effective Sept. 30.

Garden River First Nation is asking residents to limit water use due to heavy demand.

“Slow down” say the OPP who issued 127 speeding tickets during a one-day blitz on Hwy. 17 between Ottawa and North Bay

Science North has a new CEO, research scientist, Ashley Larose, who has been with Science North for 16 years.

North Bay Police say roughly $8,200 worth of suspected illegal narcotics are off the streets, following a traffic stop Fisher Street.

Elliot Lake OPP say costs are estimated to be $2.7 ($2.695) down compared to previous years.

The Ninth annual Gore Bay Harbour Days celebration is going ahead this weekend

The long talked-about Silver Hills Subdivision is gaining momentum in Greater Sudbury with a new cost-share agreement with the developer last week.