Day: November 1, 2019

Wolves edge Battalion 3-2

North Bay Nugget Matthew Struthers of the North Bay Battalion beats goaltender Christian Purboo of the Sudbury Wolves to tie their Ontario Hockey League game Friday night in the second period. The Battalion played at home for the first time in six games. Sean Ryan Photo jpg, NB Kalle Loponen’s power-play goal at 16:11 of […]

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Dogs of Fall photo winners

Sudbury Star Dogs of Fall photo winners Dogs of Fall photo winners It was hard to choose from the deluge of great photographs we received for our Dogs of Fall feature, but we’ve chosen 10 we thought really stood out. We’ll share more in a second online gallery and in another photo spread in the […]

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Motorola’s foldable RAZR may have been spotted in the wild

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Sunniton Yesterday a flurry of leaked photos showed Motorola’s upcoming RAZR posed for press pics, but now a picture has surfaced on China’s Weibo network claiming to show one in the wild. Sunniton posted this picture saying it was the real thing, showing the device fully unfolded, in someone’s hands. […]

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Slow start, fast finish as Wolves edge Battalion

Sudbury Star David Levin, right, of the Sudbury Wolves, fires the puck at the net during OHL action against the North Bay Battalion at the Sudbury Community Arena in Sudbury, Ont. on Wednesday January 16, 2019. John Lappa/Sudbury Star/Postmedia Network After hitting snooze a few times in the first and third periods, the Sudbury Wolves […]

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Pot charges withdrawn for Lively man

Sudbury Star A Lively man who was among three people arrested when a raid was conducted at two marijuana dispensaries on the Wahnapitae First Nation in mid-September has had several charges against him withdrawn. Nathan Peacock, 28, was facing charges of possession of cannabis for the purpose of selling, possession of cannabis for the purpose […]

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Pedestrian injured after being struck by vehicle

Timmins Daily Press A 17-year-old motorist has been charged A 17-year-old motorist has been charged with failing to yield after a pedestrian was struck at a downtown intersection Friday morning. The incident occurred at the intersection of Pine and Algonquin Boulevard at 8:40 a.m. The 49-year-old male pedestrian was transported to hospital by ambulance. The […]

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Diabetic teen welcomes new device

Sudbury Star Wearable monitor allows for more comfort, freedom Kennedy MacKinnon. Supplied Kennedy MacKinnon experienced the frustrations of trying to work out and train while constantly having to prick her finger to monitor her glucose levels. So the teenager started using the Dexcom G6, a continuous glucose monitoring system, now available in Canada, which provides […]

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Police seek assistance with robbery

Sudbury Star Crime Stoppers and the Greater Sudbury Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect in relation to a robbery. At 1 a.m. on Sept. 9, police responded to a call regarding a robbery that had just taken place. The victim had just entered the vestibule of a building located on […]

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Immigrants eager to work in North Bay

North Bay Nugget More than 1,100 immigrants and 40 businesses interested in the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot, chamber says The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot scheduled to start in North Bay next year will accept a maximum of 100 applicants in its first year. The 100-applicant maximum will apply to all 11 communities included […]

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Prescribed burns taking place throughout Temagami area

North Bay Nugget A slash pile burn takes place at a site in Firstbrook Township, Wednesday, as part of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry’s prescribed burn plan in the Temagami Management Unit. Submitted Photo jpg, NB The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) is carrying out a series of prescribed burns in […]

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