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News headlines for Monday, September 11

Residential tipping fees for Greater Sudbury Residents are being waived Sept. 18-23

Callander’s Cranberry Day is fast approaching, and they are looking for volunteers.

For the first time since 2019, the Soo Finnish Nordic Ski Club is bringing back the Trail Trot for young runners near at the end of on the month Kinsmen Park.

The average house sale price in Sudbury, Ont. fell by 3.8 per cent this year. That’s according to the latest fall market outlook from Re/Max Canada.

Today’s the day…. And major renovations are starting up at the Worthington Street East entrance of the North Bay Public Library.

There were NO new wildfires in the Northeast Region yesterday. 33 active fires remain burning in the region. Of those, one is not under control.

Danyka Burton has been appointed as the principal at École publique Étoile du Nord, Conseil scolaire public du Nord-Est de l’Ontario (CSPNE). She is taking over for Chantal Tremblay, who was in the role for the last school year.

In Sault Ste Marie, pleanty of smiles to go around as “Newcomer Fest” was held this weekend at the Roberta Bondar Pavilion.

New study co authored in Greater Sudbury’s Oncology at HSN is looking alternatives to radiation therapy for low risk breast cancer.

A spill has been removed from One Mile Road in East Ferris. It was likely linked to ongoing construction activity. That said, there is no indication that the spill posed a risk to the environment.

Drivers are being asked to watch their speed limit along King St. – the highway through Porcupine. This is following complaints of several speeding through the area.

From the good news file, Janine Bourgeois of Sault Ste. Marie had a noteable birthday Sunday, is turning 100 years young Sunday.

New lights have recently been installed in the vicinity of École catholique St-Michel on Highway 11. Drivers are reminded , when the lights are flashing, the speed limit drops to 60 km/hour.

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