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Inco, Falco face charges

Sudbury?s two nickel giants face numerous charges under the Occupational Health and Safety Act in relation to fatalities that happened one day apart two years ago. Both Inco Ltd. and Falconbridge Ltd.

Not human remains

Sudbury police say items found in a dumpster last week are not human remains. Officers checked out the dumpster near Place Hurtubise last Thursday after being alerted by someone who saw what appeared to be blood as well as some fleshy material.

Police closer to finding answers about body found in Burwash

By Rick Pusiak Ontario Provincial Police are a little closer to identifying human remains found in Burwash township late last year. Acting Det. Insp.

Three teens charged

Police have released the names of two adults charged following the brutal beating of a local senior and a subsequent carjacking Wednesday.

Second chance for young man

A judge told a young man with a horrible criminal record he believes he?s turned the corner in his life and would not be sentencing him to jail or a conditional sentence of house arrest.

Roadside law passed

Bill 191, an amendment to the Highway Traffic Act, was proclaimed at Queen?s Park Thursday.

Native man who shot elk found not guilty

BY KEITH LACEY In a case that could set a native hunting rights precedent, a Whitefish First Nations man was found not guilty Tuesday of unlawfully shooting and killing an elk near his home in the fall of 2000.

Young mother victim of murder-suicide

A mother of two small children was identified as the latest victim of an apparent murder-suicide in the Greater City of Sudbury. On Friday, May 24, the body of Maria Fitzulak, 26, was found in the basement of her home at 4389 St.

Penitentiary time for career criminal

By Keith Lacey A career criminal caught five weeks ago with more than $100,000 in stolen prescription drugs was sentenced to a 30-month penitentiary term Wednesday.

Young men will spend summer months in jail

Three young men who concocted a scheme to break into a New Sudbury apartment complex office to steal keys to various units, and then broke into two apartments and a business, will spend most of the summer in jail.