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So cool! Sudbury students to stage 'Hamlet' in castle where play is set

So cool! Sudbury students to stage 'Hamlet' in castle where play is set

To say second-year Thorneloe University theatre student Ben Dippel is excited to be playing the role of Hamlet in Kronborg Castle is an understatement.
Lockerby cancer drive pushed back to April 13

Lockerby cancer drive pushed back to April 13

Due to poor weather conditions the Lockerby Composite School cancer drive, scheduled to take place April 7, 2016, has been pushed back to Wednesday, April 13. Students and staff will canvass door-to-door from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Memoir details childhood assault by Paper Bag Rapist

Memoir details childhood assault by Paper Bag Rapist

In her new memoir, Vancouver-based writer, author and playwright Carmen Aguirre details her rape at age 13 by serial sex offender John Horace Oughton, known as the Paper Bag Rapist.
Tough starts for local teams at Peewee championships

Tough starts for local teams at Peewee championships

Both the Sudbury Major Peewee "AAA" Wolves and the Nickel City Major Peewee "AAA" Sons are happy to have the Don Mills Flyers out of the way.
Young Einsteins converge for annual science fair

Young Einsteins converge for annual science fair

Sudbury's finest young Einsteins will put their science to the test this weekend during the 47th annual Sudbury Regional Science Fair competition.
The eyes have it: Device means less travel for preemies

The eyes have it: Device means less travel for preemies

Thanks to a $110,000 donation from the Lions Club District A5, parents of premature babies in the northeast won't have to travel to Toronto to initially diagnose the growth of their eye vessels.
St. Joseph's gets iPads to promote brain health

St. Joseph's gets iPads to promote brain health

St. Joseph’s Health Centre's two long-term care homes in Greater Sudbury now have iPads for their recreational programming. St. Joseph’s Villa and St.