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Accused who admits beating man will be sentenced April 17

By Keith Lacey A Sudbury man who pleaded guilty to badly beating up another man in a hotel washroom last August is headed back to jail in April.

Hospital supervisor drank several beers before work

By Keith Lacey In a surprising development, the supervisor responsible for an oxygen shutdown which contributed to the death of a senior last year admitted he had been drinking before going to work.

Dangerous man wanted

Greater Sudbury Police are on the lookout for a 20-year old man wanted by Toronto authorities in connection with a homicide that occurred in that jurisdiction on or about Feb. 22.

Woman who has turned life around spared jail for dangerous arson

By Keith Lacey A Sudbury woman who deliberately caused a $100,000 fire while heavily under the influence was spared a jail sentence Monday after court heard she has stopped drinking and taken major steps to turn her life around.

SIU boss feels the heat at police services board forum

By Rick Pusiak The head of the province?s Special Investigations Unit (SIU) seemed to be putting on a brave face when he showed up in Sudbury Thursday to speak to a packed room of delegates at the 40th annual meeting of the Ontario Association of Pol

Shots fired

Local police were called out and surrounded a residence on Red Deer Lake Road late Thursday afternoon after a report of shots being fired.

Parents want answers

By Vicki Gilhula Greater Sudbury Police Services are conducting an internal investigation into the conduct of officers who visited a Sudbury home Jan. 14 after being asked to help a mentally ill man. bottom Gene Sr.

Woman spared jail sentence after ?horrendous driving? while drunk

By Keith Lacey A Sudbury woman described as a wonderful teacher and person who engaged in some truly horrific and dangerous driving last fall was spared a jail sentence Wednesday. Justice J.G.

Mine Mill boss faces charges dating back to 2000 strike

By Keith Lacey The strike at Falconbridge Ltd. ended almost one year ago to the day, but the effects are still being felt at the Sudbury courthouse.

Home invasion

The Greater Sudbury Police Criminal Investigations Branch is currently investigation a home invasion that happened late Wednesday night.