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Crown continues case against Christakos

The Crown is expected to wrap up its case this week in the trial against a Sudbury man charged in relation to a boating fatality on Ramsey Lake two years ago.

Task force to battle ?hillbilly heroin? problem

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.

Search for missing woman enters third week

For 17 days Greater Sudbury Police have lead the charge in a search for 42-year-old Daphne Kochar. Despite best efforts, police are still without a clear indication of how the wife and mother of three went missing.

Search for missing woman enters third week

For 17 days Greater Sudbury Police have lead the charge in a search for 42-year-old Daphne Kochar.   Despite best efforts, police are still without a clear indication of how the wife and mother of three went missing.

Police looking for witnesses

Police need the public?s assistance in locating a motor vehicle and driver involved in a collision. On Sunday around 6:20 am, a motor vehicle skidded through the intersection of Martindale Rd. and Copper St. in Sudbury.

Police nab suspected corner store crooks

Police were quick to arrest a couple of teens accused of robbing a convenience store on Lasalle Blvd. Tuesday morning, just after midnight.

City road construction projects

The City of Greater Sudbury is continuing work on municipal infrastructure projects and issues a weekly update on projects to inform motorists of potential traffic delays and new traffic patterns.

Sudbury police testify at Christako's trial on charges relating to boating fatality

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca Two breathalyser tests revealed Michael Christakos had more than twice the legal amount of alcohol allowed to operate a motor vehicle three hours after a collision that claimed the life of his passenger. Const.

Police search for robbery suspects

On Sunday, Nov. 20 around 9:50 am, two female visitors to Greater Sudbury were in their room at the Quality Inn on Elgin Street and the door to their room was slightly open.

Judge will rule in doctor?s case in the new year

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca A Sudbury doctor accused of sexual impropriety against numerous female patients during a 30-year period will discover his fate Jan. 13.