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News headlines for Thursday, November 30

North Bay Police Chief Scott Tod is retiring after more than eight years with the North Bay Police Service and over 40 years working in policing. It will take effect in March of Next Year.

Sudbury’s new volunteer Resource Centre is up and running thanks to the efforts of United Way Centraide North East Ontario (UWCNEO).

After a lengthy conversation and two recorded votes, over $1.9 million of surplus cash at the Timmins Police Service is being transferred to a reserve.

Biggings Avenue reconstruction in Sault Ste Marie is nearing completion. It was slated to be completed by the end of October.

Snow making in Elliot Lake began at the Mount Dufour Ski Hill this week.

Mindemoya Hospital emergency department staffed until 2024

The 2023 CPKC Holiday Train began its tour of Canada and the United States on Nov. 20 and ends its journey Dec. 19. It was in Greater Sudbury yesterday.

A new trauma support dog is coming to North Bay. Victim Services of the Nipissing District says Toby has been briefed on his duties.

A new all-way stop is on its way for a busy intersection in Melrose. The intersection of College Street and Westmount is getting a new stop sign, which will turn it into a four-way stop.

Sault College announced on Wednesday that the post-secondary institution is the newest member of the Canadian Junior Football League. It will join six others in the Province already in the league.

A new, remotely delivered Algoma District School Board course — Sparking Secondary Success — will soon be fully implemented and allow participating Grade 8 students to not only prepare for high school but also earn one credit toward their secondary school graduation diplomas.

A boil water advisory for the Town of Latchford has been lifted.

The Extendicare Project, promising 320-resident beds in Minnow Lake build has been put on hold for now, citing issues as the local level.

A fill a school bus even, in connection with “Let’s Remember Adam” in Mattawa has been called the best so far on record.

The Ontario College of Family Physicians has recognized a Timmins doctor, Dr. Richard Kvas has spent three decades in the city serving patients in various roles.

RE/MAX says the price of Houses in Sudbury and Sault Ste Marie could drop into 2024.

MHC board on is petitioning the ministry of Health to increase Mindemoya’s quota for family health team physicians

Temiskaming Shores council and staff continues to mull over different visions for the future of the New Liskeard marina property as there are a number of options on the table.

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