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Firefighters raise $44.6K for muscular dystrophy

Firefighters raise $44.6K for muscular dystrophy

Sudbury Professional Firefighters announced this weekend that they had raised $44,642.94 during this year’s Fill the Boot efforts
Registration open at RDSB’s ‘secondary school within a college’

Registration open at RDSB’s ‘secondary school within a college’

If you are between the ages of 18 and 21 and have left school but want to go back, Barrydowne College, hosted at Cambrian College, is the place for you
Municipalities band together to oppose federal boundary changes

Municipalities band together to oppose federal boundary changes

Greater Sudbury area municipalities have joined various other jurisdictions and elected official in opposing proposed changes to Northern Ontario’s federal ridings
Ontario opens bivalent Omicron-targeted vaccine bookings for all adults

Ontario opens bivalent Omicron-targeted vaccine bookings for all adults

The province made the bivalent vaccine available to its most vulnerable populations earlier this month, but said appointments to receive the new shot would be open to all residents 18 or over as of Sept. 26
Sudbury gas at around 158.9 to start the work week

Sudbury gas at around 158.9 to start the work week

Ontario gas price average is 146.6
Police looking for missing 11-year-old

Police looking for missing 11-year-old

She was last see Sept. 25 in the Donovan area
Ontario government won't divulge progress in autism program rollout

Ontario government won't divulge progress in autism program rollout

Merrilee Fullerton, the minister of children, community and social services, has said the government would get 8,000 kids into core clinical services by the end of the fall, but as of last month that number was only about 888
Good morning, Nickel City! Here are stories to start your day

Good morning, Nickel City! Here are stories to start your day

Happy Monday!
Showers on the forecast for today

Showers on the forecast for today

Between five and 10 mm of rain is anticipated for today
Hike for Hospice returns after two-year hiatus

Hike for Hospice returns after two-year hiatus

The COVID-19 pandemic forced the annual Hike for Hospice in support of the Maison McCulloch Hospice to take a two-year hiatus, with the event returning to Bell Park today