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Ontario coroner?s office investigating senior?s death

BY HEIDI ULRICHSEN heidi@northernlife.ca The Ontario Coroner?s Office is investigating the death of a retired firefighter during an angiogram test Friday at the Memorial site of Sudbury Regional Hospital.

Police false alarm program working

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca Only three years ago, 12 percent of calls Greater Sudbury Police officers were responding to were false alarms.

Collision centre extends hours

In anticipation of more vehicle collisions on slick winter roads, the Collision Reporting Centre in Azilda will be extending its hours starting next week.

Conservation officers urge safety first during moose hunt

Hunters beware as the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) Northeast Region will be conducting heightened enforcement activity this fall. From Oct.

Collision centre extends hours

In anticipation of more vehicle collisions on slick winter roads, the Collision Reporting Centre in Azilda will be extending its hours starting next week.

?I just don?t want it happening to other people?

BY KEITH LACEY A woman broke down in tears recalling why she changed her mind and decided to file criminal charges against a Sudbury doctor two years ago.

Citizen apprehends woman after late-night ride

One woman's joy ride came to an abrupt end when the stolen vehicle she's accused of driving got stuck on a front lawn. According to Greater Sudbury Police, the 22 year-old woman stole a van from a Prine St. residence Tuesday around 3 am.

Community COP program launched

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca A 12-month pilot project aimed at making the community safer will be launched by Greater Sudbury Police Service Thursday. The Citizens on Patrol (COP) program will be operated in Capreol and Nickel Centre.

Testimony continues in doctor?s trial

BY KEITH LACEY klacey@northernlife.ca A woman now in her early 40s testified Friday she had just turned 15 when she visited Dr. Richard Nanka-Bruce after telling her mother she wanted to go on birth control pills.

Charges laid in moose hunt

A stakeout on the opening day of moose hunting season has led to 153 charges being laid against 13 hunters and 35 other people from the Toronto area. One hunter had 31 moose tags. On Oct.