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Kids will benefit Almost 500 children are going to benefit from this years Angel Pillow Project, a volunteer effort involving crafters who make special cozy pillows for youngsters suffering from diseases like cancer.

Showing the money

Representatives from the Sudbury Dragon Boat Festival are pleased to give proceeds of $181,500 to the Heart & Soul Campaign. Gerry Lougheed Jr.

Hang-ups

Linda Mullola is one of many artists who will be exhibiting work at the Walden Art ClubÂ?s 10th annual Artists In Action this Saturday and Sunday at Fielding Park from 10 am to 4 pm. Artwork will be for sale and free demonstrations will be held.

Arenas finally reopen after seven days down

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca The City of Greater Sudbury?s decision to close all municipal arenas following the massive power blackout that swept across Ontario last week hadsome people steaming.

?Radar base? no bargain for tenants

BY MICHAEL JAMES As far back as there have been landlords to complain of slovenly tenants who fail to pay their rent on time, there have been disgruntled tenants to complain about the conditions they?re forced to live under.

Caruso Club party central for annual Italian Festival

BY BILL BRADLEY The City of Greater Sudbury?s large and proud Italian community is again looking forward to hosting one heck of a huge party as Sudbury?s Italian Festival has arrived for another year.

Diocese would like financial support to keep ?orphanage?

BY RICK PUSIAK Sudbury?s second oldest building has been saved from the wrecking ball ? at least for now. The city?s planning committee has turned down an application to demolish 38 Xavier St.

Gambling profits benefit Sudbury organizations

By Diane Gilhula The Ontario Trillium Foundation has announced that communities in Greater Sudbury, Manitoulin, Algoma, and Cochrane will benefit form grants totalling $621,000.

8/22/03 - Inco, Steelworkers on speaking terms

After more than three weeks without any discussion, the bargaining committee for Local 6500 of the United Steelworkers and negotiating team for Inco Ltd. are back talking.

Increased staff

The Emergency Department at the Sudbury Regional Hospital has prepared for increased demands for their services over the holiday season.