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Report states property taxes might rise by 13 per cent

BY CRAIG GILBERT [email protected] City councillor Ted Callaghan insists a 13 per cent property tax hike in 2004 is ?impossible to live with?.

Homeowners being asked to provide well water samples for Soils Study

The people involved with the Sudbury Soils Study are looking for volunteers to participate in a survey of metal levels in residential wells.

Celebrating Community

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Anglican priest coached soccer, tennis

Rev. Robert Lumley served the Anglican community in the Diocese of Algoma for more than 50 years. He died Thursday, Aug. 26. ROBERT LUMLEY had many talents. In addition to loving sports, he built this harp. #1 in Ontario

For the second year in a row, has won the Ontario Community Newspapers Association (OCNA) Best Online Edition award. HOMAYED finished first out of 16 entries.

EVR ?well kept secret?

Sudbury-based Elasto-Valve Rubber Products (EVR) is entering its third decade as a manufacturer of top valves and related products.

Fire training facility will stay open

BY CRAIG GILBERT [email protected] Emergency service providers in Greater Sudbury and around Northern Ontario can breathe a sigh of relief. ALERTech, the city?s $1.

Holla?s Greenhouses: everything merry and bright

Are you and your family planning on taking a scenic drive to admire the winter landscape after our first significant snowfall of the year? Carole Holla looks forward to helping you select items to decorate your home at Christmas.

Residents asked to limit water usage during treatment plant shutdown

Residents in the Sudbury water service area, including the former City of Sudbury, New Sudbury, West Garson, Coniston, Wahnapitae and Markstay, are being asked to conserve water by reducing non-essential uses during intermittent shutdowns of the Davi

Native social worker celebrates city?s diversity

BY COLLEEN KLEVEN March 7 -13 has been designated by the Ontario Association of Social Workers as Social Work Week. This year?s theme is Celebrating Community Honouring Diversity.