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Flood watch issued for Wanapitei River

Flood watch issued for Wanapitei River

Conservation Sudbury issues Flood Watch, Water Safety advisories for watercourses within Greater Sudbury
Northeastern Elementary School student tests positive for COVID-19, school remains open

Northeastern Elementary School student tests positive for COVID-19, school remains open

Kids/staff in one class and two bus routes have been asked to self-isolate
<updated>Update:</updated> Tractor-trailer driver charged with careless driving after Hwy. 17 rollover near Coniston

Update: Tractor-trailer driver charged with careless driving after Hwy. 17 rollover near Coniston

Hwy. 17 was closed for around five hours Tuesday while crews cleaned up
Local hydro worker wins $100K with ENCORE

Local hydro worker wins $100K with ENCORE

Roy Frood plans to use the winnings for his children's future
Completing Jumbo Creek anti-flooding rehab calls for a toast

Completing Jumbo Creek anti-flooding rehab calls for a toast

Ward 9 Coun. Deb McIntosh and Nickel Belt MPP France Gélinas celebrate a successful lobbying effort
Vale’s aerial seeding program underway

Vale’s aerial seeding program underway

This year’s treatment will cover about 100 hectares north of Wahnapitae
Downed hydro lines at Falconbridge-Old Falconbridge roads: Avoid area, police ask

Downed hydro lines at Falconbridge-Old Falconbridge roads: Avoid area, police ask

Hydro lines are live
<updated>Updated: </updated>Hwy. 17 reportedly reopened at Coniston after crash

Updated: Hwy. 17 reportedly reopened at Coniston after crash

The closure was at Coniston Hydro Rd.
<updated>Updated: </updated>Hwy. 537 reopened at Old Wanup Rd. after Monday morning incident

Updated: Hwy. 537 reopened at Old Wanup Rd. after Monday morning incident

MTO have not elaborated on the nature of the incident
New film studio opens up in the former Club Allegri in Coniston

New film studio opens up in the former Club Allegri in Coniston

‘We hope ... to position this former mining town as a hub for Ontario’s northern film community’