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Seminar will focus on international adoption

BY JASON THOMPSON A seminar focusing on making international adoption an attractive alternative for couples from North America is coming to Greater Sudbury.

City to host B&B conference

The 19th annual general meeting and trade show of the Federation of the Ontario Bed and Breakfast Accommodation (FOBBA) will be held in Sudbury next month. The annual conference, to be held Nov.

Bill Kehoe

Anyone with roots in Sudbury remembers CKSO TV and the big broadcasting station at the top of the Beatty Street Hill.

City opens cooling stations

The hours at four air-conditioned Greater Sudbury public libraries have been extended so that people have a place to cool off during the heat wave.

Hydro bills ?rude awakening?

Greater Sudbury Hydro reminds its residential and low volume customers that they will be paying more for electricity starting immediately.

Laurentian Media honoured by business community

The company which owns Northern Life was recognized for its contributions to the community by the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce at its gala awards evening Wednesday. Laurentian Media president Michael Atkins accepted the ChairÂ?s Award.

Snowfall a menace on area roads

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN [email protected] Drivers are facing an extra challenge today as 30 centimetres of snow has already fallen in the Greater Sudbury area, with another five to 10 additional centimetres expected today.

Algoma?s revival good news for area supplier

BY ADELLE LARMOUR Algoma Steel is open?very open?for business. That was good news for area suppliers who attended a breakfast presentation by Edward Bumbacco, manager of corporate logistics purchasing and stores.

City to host B&B conference

The 19th annual general meeting and trade show of the Federation of the Ontario Bed and Breakfast Accommodation (FOBBA) will be held in Sudbury next month. The annual conference, to be held Nov.

Mental health centre still seeing red ink

BY CRAIG GILBERT [email protected] More than $626,000 in additional funding the province has announced for the Northeast Mental Health Centre (NEMHC) will do virtually nothing to stop some 20 layoffs scheduled to take place before year?s end.