Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Tuesday, July 26

In North Bay, the Main Street reconstruction project will be the subject of a town hall slated for tonight at City Hall.

The St. Josephs’s General hospital in Elliot Lake says their ER is struggling to stay open, due to an ongoing issue with staffing.

In Greater Sudbury, the annual Maison McCulloch Hospice live butterfly release is back on August 7th for the first time in 3-years.

Come July 30th, the Municipality of West Nipissing is hosting a ceremony to rename the Sturgeon Falls Arena.

A Timmins resident is facing charges after an argument with a neighbour led to the alleged damage of a mailbox.

A waterfront apartment building, now owned by Sault Ste. Marie Housing Corporation on St. Mary’s River Drive is getting a facelift.

Six benches have been donated to the A.J. Wagg Memorial Park, on Manitoulin Island.

Maslack Supply, a Sudbury-based company with a number of locations has been sold to a Quebec company.

Meanwhile, a special Timmins City Council meeting will hopefully green-light further upgrades to the Stratospheric Balloon Base.

The Government of Ontario has once again committed to managing the bridge swings (manually) on Manitoulin Island, to avoid traffic jams.

The Sudbury SPCA is looking for foster volunteers as they are pushing capacity.

And the city of Timmins has banned smoking on all library property.