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Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Wednesday, January 25

Fire and paramedic crews from the New Sudbury station on Leon Street have been relocated to Minnow Lake following the temporary closure of the station.

The Nipissing District Housing Corporation and DNSSAB say funds from the sale of the former Dr. McDougall property for $3.5 million will go toward affordable housing development.

The City of Timmins is exploring the potential need for a permanent 3-way stop near Mount Joy Street North and Vimmy.

The Sault Community Career Centre is now accepting applications to be in its free youth employment program.

On Manitoulin Island, a new outdoor rink in Kagawong with a canopy top and lighting is now officially open for business

Sudbury police say they’re now using fat bikes to expand downtown patrols.

The Municipality of Callander is seeking public input ahead of slated improvements to the Bill Barber Arena.

The City of Timmins is exploring the potential need for a permanent 3-way stop near Mount Joy Street North and Vimmy.

UCCM Anishnaabe Police Service on Manitoulin Island is recommending members of the public stay off the ice until ice conditions improve.

Sault Ste Marie Police say a missing teen – Riley Lucas has been located safe and sound.

Sudbury’s Petsave needs foster homes, not long after looking to deal with an influx of cats, say dogs is now the issue, as they have a new rash to house.

The South River Machar Fire Department is reminding residents to check their carbon monoxide alarm after activation this week at a local residence.

The city of Timmins says winter maintenance costs in 2022 are expected to come in over budget. This is due largely to the heavy amount of snow Timmins received during the second half of last winter.

Sault Police are asking for an increase for 2023 equaling to 4.59 percent.

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