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Mom loses licence for three years after drunk driving spree

A woman who miraculously survived after flipping her car on Canada?s busiest highway while severely intoxicated was spared a jail sentence Wednesday.

For the Record

In the Sunday, July 14 edition of Northern Life, lawyer Glenn Sandberg was quoted as saying he will appeal a sexual assault conviction against a client found guilty last week.

Weekend stabbing leaves one man in hospital

One man is in custody following a stabbing in the downtown area this weekend. Greater Sudbury Police were called to an address on Pine Street on Sunday, June 30, around 2:30 am after receiving word of a stabbing.

Company fined

BY KEITH LACEY A local concrete company and two supervisors are facing numerous charges after a young worker was seriously injured on the job last summer.

Complainant suffers from memory lapses

Justice Patricia Hennessy will decide this morning if a man is guilty of raping, forcibly confining and threatening a woman with serious bodily harm 14 months ago.

Sentence hearing delayed after woman faints

BY KEITH LACEY A Sudbury bookkeeper facing jail time collapsed and was rushed to hospital Tuesday in the middle of her sentencing hearing on charges of stealing $120,000 from a former employer.

Pierre Montpellier in court for preliminary hearing on 300 charges

BY KEITH LACEY More than 18 months after his arrest, the former financial adviser, accused of bilking investors of more than $6 million has started his preliminary hearing on more than 300 charges.

Crown wants man tried as dangerous offender

By Keith Lacey It appears Sudbury?s Crown attorney?s office will go ahead with its first-ever application to have a repeat violent convict tried as a dangerous offender.

Reveller gets 15 months in jail for sexual assault

BY KEITH LACEY A man who sexually assaulted a developmentally challenged woman at the end of a 24-hour drinking binge last New YearÂ?s Eve was sentenced to 15 months in jail Tuesday.

Large crowd present as Davidson takes over from Alex McCauley

BY RICK PUSIAK The cityÂ?s new police chief was sworn into office Thursday in a ceremony that reflected the many cultures and strengths of Sudbury.