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Cotton Ginny goes au natural

Cotton Ginny goes au natural

BY BILL BRADLEY How can you make the world a better place? Start with your clothes, says Penny Baker, the manager of Cotton Ginny, a national women's clothes retailer.

Canadians love driving their convertibles

It's the time of year again when convertible lovers take to the road to enjoy open air motoring and the feeling of swashbuckling adventure.
Get a shine for Iris

Get a shine for Iris

Put on your sunglasses and grab your car keys, the employees at the Holiday Inn are planning a day of fun in the sun this Saturday (July 29). The sunglasses are optional, but you won't want to forget your car keys.

Bravo's got Barry Manilow

Bravo (cable channel 51) will present One Night with Barry Manilow this Saturday (July 29) at 8:30 pm.
Hello, Mr. Chips

Hello, Mr. Chips

With the possible exception of weekend festivals and man-eating mosquitoes, is there a sight more synonymous with summer in Sudbury as a chip stand? Charged with the task of seeking out the Top 5 road-side snack bars and taste-testing their french fr

900 join quit smoking challenge

  Almost 900 people from Greater Sudbury entered the Canadian Cancer Society's Driven to Quit Challenge in April. The challenge was launched in February to support Smoke-Free Ontario legislation that came into effect on May 31.
Cinefest to host mini festival

Cinefest to host mini festival

BY TAMARA BELKOV Canadian writer and producer Michael Sparaga financed his low-budget feature-length movie Sidekick with  his credit cards.

New director at United Way

The United Way of Sudbury and District has announced Michael Cullen as the new campaign director. Cullen is the past executive director of the Human League Association.

Sudbury moms part of study

New moms are being asked to participate in a research study. Sudbury Regional Hospital is one of 10 hospitals participating in the Ontario Mother and Infant Study (TOMIS) III.
Lottery scammers use info for identity theft

Lottery scammers use info for identity theft

A Sudbury couple is not on a spending spree to celebrating their lottery winnings this week. Instead, they are warning other people about a scam that could end up being very expensive.