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Accident claims the life of city man

Police released the name of the man killed Tuesday in an accident at the Highway 17 by-pass, which shut down the busy road down for about 10 hours.

Car thieves arrested

Police arrested and charged two youths and an 18-year-old man with auto theft last week after three different vehicles were stolen from Val Caron and Lively.

Dad getting help for drinking problems

By Keith Lacey A father of four with a long history of drunk driving and drug possession convictions is likely looking at a jail sentence when he returns to court for sentencing Oct. 21.

Teen arrested

A Sudbury teenager wanted in relation to a stabbing last week has been arrested and is facing numerous serious charges. Greater Sudbury Police have arrested Noah Stephen Coutts, 18.

Priest back in court

By Keith Lacey A Sudbury priest now serving a two-year jail sentence for sex crimes against children will return to court Friday to deal with other sex charges laid against him earlier this year in relation to two complainants from Sault Ste. Marie.

Lawyer facing charges

A Blind River lawyer has been arrested and charged with four counts of theft over $5,000 and four counts of breach of trust after a two-year police investigation allege he had bilked four clients of $1 million over a three year period.

Motorcyclist killed in South End

Sudbury police are investigating a fatal motorcycle accident at Algonquin Square in the city's South End, which occurred early today at about 1 am. The name of the decease has not been released at this time pending notification of next of kin.

Noelville man used false names to get driver?s licence

By Keith Lacey Dating back 40 years ago, Canadians who suffered from certain medical conditions weren?t allowed to drive.

Suspect arrested in 'blueberry' robberies

Sudbury police are investigating two complaints about robberies in the Wahnapitae area Sunday. Both robberies took place at stops along the road where vendors buy blueberries. The first robbery took place at 102 Highway 17 E.

Inquest continues next week

By Keith Lacey It took about 13 minutes for a fire truck to arrive at the scene after an emergency call about a house fire had been placed 16 months ago.