Safe Ride Home Sudbury gets rolling for another season on November 24th and is looking for volunteers.
North Bay aircraft refurbisher Voyageur Aviation has been awarded an impressive Department of National Defense contract to provide upgrades to the military’s fleet of Dash aircraft.
The annual Fill an Ambulance Toy Drive in Timmins is being held on Saturday, Nov. 25 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sault Ste. Marie Police Service says a previously missing man, Mark Graves has been located “safe and sound”
An outreach program of the Temiskaming Art Gallery, Open Studio, appears to have found a home thanks to a lease with the city.
Greater Sudbury has revised a plan for a new library and art gallery, trimming $45 million in costs by moving both projects into Tom Davies Square.
North Bays snow plows have new names. Among the winners, — Ctrl Salt Delete, Catch My Drift, and Fast and Flurryous.
Timmins police has an intern chief – Kapuskasing native Henry Dacosta while Inspector Darren Dinel will be acting deputy chief.
Progress continues to be made on the resumption of the Northland Passenger Rail Service with a target date of 2026.
In TEMISKAMING Shores, new boilers are expected to be in operation at the Bun Eckensviller Community Hall in New Liskeard, November 22.
Greater Sudbury’s six automated speed enforcement cameras won’t begin snapping photos of speeding motorists’ licence plates until December or January.
Callander council is looking at the future of Centennial Park canteen as there is some question over financial sustainability.
The City of Sault Ste. Marie will host a public information session regarding the potential redevelopment of the Great Northern Road/Second Line intersection area tomorrow at Superior Heights Collegiate and Vocational School.
Timmins city council is encouraged with the results so far from a pilot project it launched in August, contracting the services of the Mushkegowuk Fire Keepers to conduct outreach in the community to help people in need.
In Elliot Lake, an Emergency water shut-off notice has gone out for parts of Bouck Rd. and Hillside Dr. S. due to a water main break.
Increased interest in commercial lots along Blind River’s busy Causley Street corridor, a part of Highway 17, has prompted the town’s development corporation board to ask council to provide an overall view of lots that are available for development.