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Broken voltage conductor causes power outage
This is a description of an unplanned power interruption that recently affected PUC Distribution customers in Sault Ste.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Lots of road work going on this summer
Ontario is creating 786 jobs and improving vital highway infrastructure in northeastern Ontario with key investments under the Northern Highways Program.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Veterans march to change stigma of PTSD
In 1992, Steve Hartwig and Scott MacFarlane were deployed in the former Yugoslavia.
Police seek dangerous individual, possibly armed
The Sault Ste. Marie Police Service is requesting the public's assistance in locating 32-year old Shaun David Mearow of 2643 Mission Road, Goulais River.
New historical venue prepares for event bookings in 2015
NEWS RELEASE MILL SQUARE ************************* The new event space at Mill Square is set to open its doors on June 1, 2015 If you are looking to plan a concert, wedding, community or corporate event in Sault Ste.
Art, art, and more art
The Arts Council of Sault Ste. Marie and District in conjunction with the United Steelworkers District 6 is proud to present two annual local art showcases.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
How Sandro Lisi influenced the Elliot Lake mall inquiry
One person is staring at potential jail time. One. That could still change, of course-police continue to investigate the deadly 2012 shopping-mall collapse in Elliot Lake, Ont.-but, more than two years after the roof came crashing down, another arrest seems less and less likely.
Will council save Queen Street's trees?
Time is running out for the 164 ash trees that line Queen Street between Pim and Dennis Streets, says the Downtown Association.
Sault Ste. Marie city commissioner allegedly found with child porn
A Sault Ste. Marie city commissioner faces multiple criminal charges after authorities allegedly found him in possession of child pornographic images.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
State of Michigan
Baby falcons fill nest box at Lift Bridge
Fast Facts: - A pair of peregrine falcons has successfully nested on the Houghton-Hancock Lift Bridge, even though the boxes have only been in place for two nesting seasons.
Northern Ontario Business
Feds inject $1.2 million into the North
An $800,000 investment from FedNor will provide for streetscape improvements on Gore Street in downtown Sault Ste.
Big federal bucks announced on March Street
This Harper Government investment of $2,158,000 will support 30 youth internships across Northern Ontario, enable the City of Sault Ste.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Visit The Lonely Crow on August 6
NEWS RELEASE SAULT STE. MARIE PUBLIC LIBRARY *************************** Author Paul Stillabower visits the Sault Ste.
Tornadoes, lightning, a shipwreck, and record heat
Tornadoes, lightning , a shipwreck , and record heat top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history .
Lansing State Journal
Eaton Rapids native in the band
The simultaneous firing and then hiring of Jimmie Deeghan by country music duo Florida Georgia Line in May was, to some, simply an all-in-good-fun promotion.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
The adventures of Haskins and Hempstock
For youth justice worker Jon Haskins, cycling across the country has always been a dream.
The London Free Press
Cruise Ontario's Great Lakes, Georgian Bay this summer
There's a new luxury cruise ship plying the cool waters of the Great Lakes and Georgian Bay this summer.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Two forest fires in Sault area
Sudbury 41 is being held at 3.0 ha and is located by the northeast end of Halfway Provincial Park, outside of park boundaries.
David announces passage of 2014 Provincial budget
The provincial government has successfully passed the 2014 Ontario Budget, which is focused on boosting the province's economy and creating new jobs and modern transportation infrastructure while balancing the budget by 2017-18, announced David Orazietti, MPP.
Armed robbery? Home invasion? How 'bout you stay in the U.S. OK?
This work is carried out by CBSA border services officers who ensure that the people, goods and conveyances entering Canada meet all requirements and are compliant with Canadian law.