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Here’s a look at this morning’s headlines

Northern College is giving out $800,000 in student awards such as scholarships, bursaries, and awards.

Vale Helicopters are continuing inspection of high voltage lines over Sudbury and may be flying lower than normal. They continue until March 20th.

Callander township has adopted a municipal reserve fund policy to help offset future expenses, and protect “against significant fluctuations in the tax levy”.

Snow removal in is continuing in South Porcupine this morning. It’s happening on Golden, Bruce, Main, Crawford, Moore, and Powell.

A new park located in Temiskaming Shores has received $25,000 in funding from Hydro One’s Energizing Life Community Fund.

Sudbury fire services responded to a fire in the Paris Street area in the city’s South End. It happened on Saturday evening, and has since been linked to careless cooking.

It was a busy Sunday at Laurentian Ski Hill in North Bay with the 29th annual Snow Wars competition.

Just ahead of the weekend, Sault College partnered with Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) held its annual Bridge Building Competition for Kids in grades 4 – 12 interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

Ths discussion is ongoing regarding financial numbers for the Maison McCulloch Hospice. The group has noted tough times as of late, and is relying on outside help.

Careless disposal of smoking materials causes significant damage to North Bay apartment Saturday.  It happened on McKeown Avenue. Thankfully there were no reported injuries.

A Previously missing Timmins Teen, 14-year-old Aleria Martin, 1has been located and her well-being has been confirmed.

The provincial gas tax program is handing out just over $144k in funding to the City of Temiskaming Shores for transit.

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