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Families torn apart by tragedy

By Keith Lacey A judge called the stabbing death of a quiet family man last Father?s Day ?a modern-day tragedy? that has devastated two families.

Man praised for turning life around

by Keith Lacey A Sudbury man who has completely turned his life around since he quit drinking almost 10 years ago was spared house arrest and praised for the dramatic changes in his life.

Serious accident

A two vehicle collision occurred Thursday on Hwy. 17 just east of the Canadian Pacific Railway train crossing. OPP officers found an eastbound pickup truck attempted to pass an eastbound tractor trailer unit and both vehicles collided.

Veteran cop pleads guilty to drunk driving

A veteran Sudbury police officer has been convicted of drunk driving for the second time in six years. Const. Robert McNeil, 46, pleaded guilty Tuesday to drunk driving after being charged last Aug. 26.

Criminal gets jail

At the tender age of 19, Shane Nault already has the distinction of one of Sudbury?s most respected judges calling him ?a professional criminal?.

Fire damages property in downtown parking lot

By Kari Cyr The fire happened in the parking lot at the corner of Larch and Minto Street at 2:12 am on May 31. Greater Sudbury Police believe the fire originated on the seat of one of the vehicles.

Teacher charged with sexual assault

A 35-year-old Sudbury high school teacher has been charged with sexual assault and sexual exploitation following an alleged incident ongoing since November. St.

Drunk driver loses licence

A Sudbury man with four previous drunk driving convictions who was caught drunk behind the wheel and driving while under suspension twice in two months last summer was sentenced to eight months in jail Wednesday.

Teenager gets house arrest

A veteran judge told a teenager if he ever returns to court again as an accused person heÂ?s going to jail.

Drunk driver gets 20 days

The not-so-humorous saying ?one for the ditch? became reality last November for a Sudbury man who was sentenced to 20 days in jail and had his driver?s licence suspended for two years Monday. Court heard Michael St.