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Matt Durnan

Matt Durnan

Matt Durnan is the night desk reporter at Sudbury.com. He is a graduate of Humber College's Journalism program. Matt spent time as a reporter in Thompson, Man., as well as Airdrie, Alta., before moving to Sudbury. Follow him on Twitter @mdurnan. He can be reached by email at mdurnan@sudbury.com.

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Manitoulin High brawl: OPP explains why only M'Chigeeng residents have been charged so far

Manitoulin High brawl: OPP explains why only M'Chigeeng residents have been charged so far

'They are from the First Nation which doesn't necessarily mean that they are First Nations'
<updated>The Five</updated> signs LU alum Georges Serresse, partners with YMCA

The Five signs LU alum Georges Serresse, partners with YMCA

Team also adds Kyle Beers as associated coach and announces partnership with Northern Lights Basketball Academy
<b>Take Back the Night march aims to make streets safe for everyone</b>

Take Back the Night march aims to make streets safe for everyone

Sex-ed curriculum a focal point at this year's march
Sudbury.com live at Top Glove: Sudbury, Italy square off in the ring Thursday night

Sudbury.com live at Top Glove: Sudbury, Italy square off in the ring Thursday night

Watch up and coming Sudbury fighters take on their counterparts from Riccione, in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. Plus, heavyweight Christian Lefebvre returns to the ring against Quebec's Guillaume Bourgeois
Construction worker killed following incident at Forest Ridge Golf Course

Construction worker killed following incident at Forest Ridge Golf Course

Ministry of Labour currently investigation industrial incident
Fall forecast: October's average temps might be a shock after sweltering September

Fall forecast: October's average temps might be a shock after sweltering September

But The Weather Network says to expect one more warm spell expected before the end of the month
<updated>Mayoral race: </updated>Better materials would help solve city's pothole problem, Melanson says

Mayoral race: Better materials would help solve city's pothole problem, Melanson says

City has spent $10 million on pothole repair since 2016, candidate says
Thirty eight years and still going strong: Terry Fox Run gets a nice turnout

Thirty eight years and still going strong: Terry Fox Run gets a nice turnout

Run has raised nearly $1 billion across Canada since its inception
<updated>HOT</updated> off the presses: Firefighter calendar on sale now

HOT off the presses: Firefighter calendar on sale now

Proceeds from calendar sales will support Northern Ontario Families of Children with Cancer
Fostering strong community relationships a top priority as United Way launches annual campaign

Fostering strong community relationships a top priority as United Way launches annual campaign

United Way has raised more than $45 million since 1982