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Special moment for Mary Bartolucci

Special moment for Mary Bartolucci

BY JUDI KOSKI Mary Bartolucci was delighted to be surrounded by her loving family and so many dear friends at her 90th Birthday celebration held at the Caruso Club Thursday, Oct. 4.

Construction season continues

Drivers are advised to expect delays or detours at the following city road construction projects. Citizens who have questions or concerns related to municipal infrastructure are asked to call 3-1-1 for information. - Spanish River Rd.

‘Link home’ developer gets thumbs down from city

BY TRACEY DUGUAY An application to build a link home in Minnow Lake was quashed by the planning committee Tuesday night, even though Greater Sudbury Mayor John Rodriguez made a special appearance at the meeting to support it.

Sudbury citizens wealthy but give pittance to charity

BY WENDY BIRD For the first time the Sudbury Community Foundation (SCF) published its 2007 Vital Signs report, a community check-up that measures the vitality of the city and identifies significant trends.

Angel investors coming to Sudbury

The Northern Ontario Enterprise Gateway (NOEG) and NORCAT are bringing angel investors to Sudbury, as part of a investor-readiness program aimed at helping businesses be successful in the search for equity investment.
Labour council returns fire at Liberals

Labour council returns fire at Liberals

BY LAUREL MYERS The Sudbury and District Labour Council was up in arms following a comment made by Rick Bartolucci, Liberal incumbent in the Sudbury riding, in the media Tuesday that shed an unfavourable light on the NDP party regarding their stance

St. Joseph's to host masked ball gala

St. Joseph's Foundation of Sudbury will host its fourth annual Masked Ball Gala, dinner and dance fundraiser on Nov. 10 at the Caruso Club. The proceeds from the gala will help assist St. Jospeh's Villa in Phase Two of its healing gardens.
Local charities kick-off winter clothing campaigns

Local charities kick-off winter clothing campaigns

BY WENDY BIRD The United Way's “Coats for Kids” campaign and the Canadian Red Cross's “Winter warmth” program were launched Friday in an effort to round up warm clothing for families in need this winter.

National Family Week celebrates diversity

The week of October 1 to 7, 2007, is National Family Week.

Science North wins tourism marketing award

(CNW) Science North received a top marketing honour last night at the Ontario Tourism Marketing Awards in Ottawa. The award for Best Marketing Initiative Under $25,000 recognized a campaign that promoted Grossology, a popular kids' exhibit.