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Holy Zeppole! Regency Bakery and Doyle Dodge bake and fundraise

Holy Zeppole! Regency Bakery and Doyle Dodge bake and fundraise

The two local businesses raised funds for the St. Josephs Foundation in honour of the Feast of St. Joseph
Inspired Tots, where families can come make a mess together

Inspired Tots, where families can come make a mess together

Melissa Bazinet’s New Sudbury daycare centre grows into a play and create studio
Sudbury family helping Ukraine refugees settle in to new home

Sudbury family helping Ukraine refugees settle in to new home

Roch and Julie Vaillancourt said it has been a community effort to bring Svitlana and Uzair here 
Greater Sudbury’s red light cameras to become active in July

Greater Sudbury’s red light cameras to become active in July

Six red light camera are being installed in Greater Sudbury, and although some already appear as they will when they are operational, they won’t begin capturing evidence of motorists plowing through red lights until July
La Nuit sur l’étang hosts new photography exhibit May 27

La Nuit sur l’étang hosts new photography exhibit May 27

Les Concerts La Nuit sur l’étang and la Place des Arts du Grand Sudbury are hosting a new photography exhibit called Ces beaux visages, by Cédéric Michaud
Family wants to start a ripple effect of kindness on May 18

Family wants to start a ripple effect of kindness on May 18

Blais family turning grief into random acts of kindness in memory of their deceased loved one
Photo gallery: Training sees firefighters dangle off water tower

Photo gallery: Training sees firefighters dangle off water tower

Greater Sudbury Fire services conduct high-angle rescue training to work on modern rescue techniques   
This weekend has been a scorcher, setting record highs

This weekend has been a scorcher, setting record highs

Environment and Climate Change Canada reports record-high temperatures this weekend, which peaked at 29.9 C on Friday
Hundreds gather to release trout into Junction Creek

Hundreds gather to release trout into Junction Creek

The annual Junction Creek Festival saw hundreds of people gather at the Twin Forks Playground to release 3,500 brook trout into Junction Creek
Lo-Ellen student wins prestigious $100K Schulich scholarship

Lo-Ellen student wins prestigious $100K Schulich scholarship

The scholarship goes toward Tyler Smith’s engineering studies at McMaster University