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Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Monday, February 6

Sudbury’s colleges have made the list of Canada’s top 50 research colleges. Compiled every year by “Re$earch Infosource” Inc, factors as research activity, research revenue generated, and use of student researchers are all considered.

A section of Lakeshore Drive in North Bay, between Gertrude St. E and Passmore Ave. was the subject of a water main break over the weekend. The repair took approximately 8 hours to complete during which time a number of folks were without water.

Sault Fire was called to the Delta Hotel this weekend, in response to a significant ceiling leak. Fire crews were assessing the damage and removing the water from the hotel’s main entrance. There’s no word as to the cause, nor total damage done.

A missing woman from M’Chigeeng First Nation could be in Greater Sudbury. The search is on go Josephine Corbiere, is described as standing 5-2, with a medium build, dark brown hair, and brown eyes. She wears glasses.

Cobalt town council has asked for more detailed information, including drawings, for a proposed housing development on the former Cobalt Public School property.

The city of Timmins has started public engagement sessions on its update to the Culture, Tourism, and Recreation Master Plan, the latest of which included an in-person meeting with sports and recreation groups.

The City of Greater Sudbury is in the process of hiring a second deputy fire chief, with an application deadline of Feb. 14th.

North Bay city council has giving the “all aboard” to a railway-themed sculpture to be installed on the busker stage, located near Memorial Drive and west of the pedestrian underpass come spring.

Caution is once again warranted, says Sault Ste. Marie fire crews. This is after responding to a call for service in the 100 block of Carufel Avenue where the resident was attempting to use a space heater to warm frozen pipes. Thankfully, crews were able to contain the blaze.

After a two-year hiatus, Elliot Lake Winterfest is resume near the end of this month.

A missing Sault Ste. Marie woman has been found safe and sound. 49-year-old Cher Pine was reported missing by Sault Ste. Marie Police Service on Thursday.

Ryan Kelly has been named the new deputy fire chief for the Town of Englehart.
Greater Sudbury Airport is looking for public input. It’s all through an online based survey as they fly through 2023.

North Bay Fire crews were called to the FreshCo grocery store on Trout Lake Road this morning, following reports from a fire in the trash compactor this morning. It’s unclear how the fire started or the estimate of damage.

Timmins Police are asking for the public’s help to locate a missing woman. 24-year-old Danielle Iserhoff, has not been seen by or in contact with family members since Feb.

In Sault Ste Marie, the Municipal Heritage Committee is in discussions to decide which trees could benefit from heritage status.

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