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News headlines for Friday, April 12

Greater Sudbury Firefighters responded to a call for service involving a pellet stove at a Panache Lake dwelling off North Shore Road on Thursday evening. Part of a wall near the stove had started to smolder, and was shortly afterward extinguished.

Dennis Chippa, known for his role in operating the Gathering Place and Warming Centre in North Bay, has been named the 2024 Kiwanis Citizen of the Year.

Timmins Police are looking for dash cam footage as the search for a missing Constance Lake man continues. 27 year old Dean Mattinas, hasn’t been seen since March 18th.

$60,000 security fence going up around the former General Hospital site in Sault Ste Marie…

Temiskaming Shores says Bus passenger and parcel service will continue at the Waterfront Pool Fitness Centre until May 6

Greater Sudbury residents are being reminded to be Bear Wise. This is after a bear was spotted on Selkirk Street in New Sudbury. Residents are being reminded to tuck away bird feeders if concerned, and to put garbage out morning of pickup.

Bonfield’s council is reviewing its by-laws regarding trailers and RV’s. In short, whether to allow recreation vehicles to be stored on vacant land.

As work to remove the Timmins overpass continues, construction crews are starting other segments of the project soon. As a result, the Algonquin Boulevard road closure moves west from Pine Street Monday, where it’s currently closed.

Fire officials have confirmed what appears to be the first forest fire of the 2024 fire season for northeastern Ontario. Hearst 1 was confirmed Thursday afternoon measured 0.4 of a hectare.

Sault Ste Marie Airport passenger numbers are slowly climbing. The airport saw an increase of 1,316 passengers between February and March.

The downtown arts centre in Elliot Lake has a name! Named the Elliot Lake Arts & Heritage Centre.

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