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News headlines for Tuesday, September 12

There were thankfully no injuries and firefighters from Timmins and Schumacher knocked down a blaze on Floral Ave late yesterday. The fire was in a residential garage.

The Ministry of Natural Resources… says bears will be bulking up for winter, and to be bear wise which includes, putting bird feeders away, tucking away any outside dog food and keeping a lid on the trash.

Greater Sudbury Police seek the public’s help in locating a missing 14-year-old boy. 14-year-old Oliver and he was last seen in the Donovan area. He is described as standing 5-11 and weighing 150 pounds. He has a medium build, brown hair and hazel eyes.

The sport of water polo is hoping to net some fans at the North Bay this fall following a successful trial run this past winter and spring.

Those in Porcupine say if you notice that little Hollinger gold mine train missing, don’t panic. This month, it will be moved for restoration work, and be put back in the park next spring.

This winter, Greater Sudbury is looking into technology used in other communities to let residents track when the snow plow will arrive in their neighbourhood, once the snow flies.

The town of Powassan is putting in increased deterrents for those engaged in mischief, saying it could get those caught banned for all municipally owned facilities for one year.

The one-day St. Vincent Place Big Blue Food Drive in Sault Ste Marie is set for Sept. 30.

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