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Dairy Queen bandit caught

A Sudbury teenager faces two counts of robbery and wearing a disguise after being arrested Tuesday evening following an attempted robbery at the Dairy Queen on Lorne Street.

Downtown scene of high-risk take down

By James Hopkin Greater Sudbury Police have placed a man in custody following a high-risk apprehension on Cedar Street early Friday morning.

Police apprehend two suspects

Two suspects in a number of bank robberies in Kitchener-Waterloo, Hamilton and Niagara Falls were apprehended Thursday afternoon in the area of Lansdowne Street in the Donovan section of Sudbury.

Suspect in murder arrested

A second suspect has been arrested in Toronto in connection with the murder last fall of a former Sudbury man in Hamilton. The 22-year-old suspect was arrested at TorontoÂ?s Don jail last week. He was in custody awaiting trial on unrelated charges.

Mental health court lets those in need get help right away

By Keith Lacey Thanks to a groundbreaking new program which kicked off just last week at the Sudbury Courthouse, mentally ill adults who fall into conflict with the law will get the help they need within days rather than languishing inside jail cells

Hospital wants ?borrowed? linen, supplies returned

People who have ?borrowed? supplies from Sudbury Regional Hospital have an opportunity to return them without any questions asked.

Railway company charged

A railway company is facing four charges under the Occupational Health and Safety Act after a worker was injured working on the rail lines in Capreol Feb. 18, 2002.

Former priest to return to court

Former Sudbury Catholic priest Donald Holmes will return to court April 17 to answer to two sexual assault charges stemming from alleged incidents in Sault Ste. Marie 15 years ago.

Sorry story about stolen ice hut

Last week?s front page story reporting the mess left behind by ice fishers on Green?s Lake has caused the owners of an ice hut some grief.

Young thief doesn?t learn lesson

BY KEITH LACEY A Sudbury teenager who celebrated the fact he wasn?t going to jail for numerous property crimes by going on another crime spree will spend the next several months behind bars.