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Young criminal gets honest break

By Keith Lacey A veteran judge and seasoned assistant Crown attorney gave a Sudbury man with a long criminal record a break Tuesday, but warned he won?t be so lucky if he breaks the law again.

JoeMac waits for decision

The Justice Over Everything: Making Appropriate Choices (JoeMac) committee expects to hear next week whether convicted killers Clinton Suzack and Peter Pennett will be returned to maximum security jails. They execucted Const.

Railway collision on Lasalle

A 38-year old Pembroke man is listed in fair condition at St. Joseph's Health Centre in Sudbury after the pickup truck he was driving was struck by a freight train on Lasalle Blvd.

Driver fined in fatal accident

A Val Caron man charged with driving offences in an accident that killed one Valley teenager and seriously injured another teen 13 months ago has been fined $1,500.

Man gets 14 months for vicious assault

By Keith Lacey A Sudbury man who chased down a group of youths he mistakenly thought were making jokes about him and then assaulted them was given a 14-month jail sentence Thursday. Bradley Burleigh, 32, pleaded guilty Feb.

Two killed in weekend crash

Two people from Manitoulin Island were killed in a collision on Hwy. 17 Saturday when their car crossed the centre lane, striking an on-coming tractor trailer head-on.

Cabbie kicked, woman gets probation

Because taxi drivers perform a valuable community service, don?t make a lot of money and are always vulnerable to criminal activity, the courts must punish those who act out violently against them, a Sudbury judge told a teenager last week at the Sud

New law enforcement project to take a bite of the illicit drug trade

The RCMP, OPP and Greater Sudbury Police Service will be launching a joint project to combat the drug trade in the Sudbury, Warren, Espanola, Noelville, North Bay and other surrounding areas. On Tuesday, April 9, at 2:30 pm at 190 Brady St.

Former bar owner back in court

The former owner of a blues bar and deli, who has spent much of the past five years behind bars, is on trial again for drug trafficking.

Police investigate Notre Dame robbery

Wednesday night at approximately 9:08 pm, a man entered Classic Catering on Notre Dame Ave., robbing the lone female employee on duty. The man brandished an eight-inch butcher knife and demanded cash from the worker.