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City loopholes, lack of communication frustrates South End residents

BY TRACEY DUGUAY Drilling…blasting…excavation machines belching foul smelling exhaust. This was summer in the city for residents of a small neighbourhood in the city’s South End.

Festive events in Rainbow Schools

Elementary Schools A.B. Ellis Public School A.B. Ellis Public School will host a concert and assembly on Thursday, December 20th at 1 pm in the school gym. On Friday, December 21st at 9 am, the entire school will participate in a sing-along.
Fishing changes come  into effect Jan. 1

Fishing changes come into effect Jan. 1

Several changes to Ontario’s fishing regulations come into effect Jan.1. The changes are part of the ministry’s new ecological framework for recreational fisheries management.

ARC established for Wembley Public School

The Rainbow District School Board will host public consultations next year on one school within the Greater Sudbury area. At the annual Accommodation Meeting held on Dec.

Tax levy increased by six percent

After the dust settled, city council signed off on a six percent property tax increase, which includes a 2.3 percent capital levy.

Discoloured water expected in Loach's Rd. area

City of Greater Sudbury crews are repairing a water main break on Loach’s Road, between Latimer Cres. and Eden Point Dr. Residents in this area may notice discoloured water once repairs are complete early this evening, Dec. 10.
Local boy raises $2,500 for cancer

Local boy raises $2,500 for cancer

Brock St. Croix-Smith, 8, had 12-inches of hair cut off to raise money for cancer, which was sparked by a recent bout of cancer in his own family. Charlotte Ingriselli cut 12-inches of St.

Local agencies win Awards of Excellence

Two local agencies received Awards of Excellence from the Ontario Minsitry of Training, Colleges and Universities.
Girl,15, missing since Oct. 7

Girl,15, missing since Oct. 7

The Public's assistance is being requested in locating Charissa Kobzick, 15, who is believed to be in the Sudbury, Ottawa or Toronto areas. Kobzick has been missing since Oct. 7. She is described as Caucasian, 5-feet tall, 100 lbs.

Project Porchlight, helping the environment one bulb at a time

BY BILL BRADLEY It is not often you can get something for free.