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Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines for Wednesday, March 8

The conference known as “Mines to Mobility” focused on battery-electric vehicles is set to return to Cambrian College this spring.

Premier Road in North Bay will soon get some premier treatment with asphalt resurfacing and the installation of new sidewalks come 2024

Traffic lights at the intersection of Hillside Drive South and Highway 108 in Timmins will undergo maintenance starting today starting at 9 a.m.

A structure fire was called in today in North Bay, off Lakeshore Drive. Latest reports say it was at a hotel in the 440 block of Lakeshore drive.

Vale in Greater Sudbury helicopters will be in the sky until March 20th inspecting a transmission system that powers the company’s operations across Greater Sudbury and are reassuring the public, the work is routine.

The city of North Bay says their three arenas are open for business. This is following a season of higher costs due to natural gas and aging fleet, combined with shutdowns over the past three years.

Timmins has approved the 2023 – 2024 fleet plan worth $3.9 million. It’s the first time a two-year plan has been approved.

The District of Timiskaming Social Services Administration Board is partnering with the Town of Cobalt all to ensure continued security and satisfaction for DTSSAB tenants in the township

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