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News Headlines for Tuesday, July 11

The Greater Sudbury Development Corporation has welcomed a new board of directors, elected during their annual general meeting.

Believe it or not, roller skating making a comeback in Magnetawan. A roller skating program has started up in the Village.

The Timmins and District Hospital Foundation has a $5,000 boost thanks to local support.

In Elliot Lake, Spine Road is closed to traffic between the west end of Ottawa Street and the Water Treatment Plant.

The New Liskeard Waterfront splash pad is expected to open at the end of July.

Downtown Sudbury’s Elm Place is making a request for a new library. The hope is to convert some of the 650,000-square-foot property into a space for a new library.

The North Bay Regional Health Centre says patients should be expecting longer wait times for emergency care across July and August.

In Elliot Lake a morning fire on Westhill Road yesterday has been blamed on careless cooking.

A collision with a hydro poll is being blamed on a logging truck flipping over on its side yesterday on Highway 556, near Bellevue Valley Road in the Sault area.

The Old Mill Heritage Centre in Kagawong on Manitoulin Island has been nominated for a Governor General’s History Award.

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