Three sources have told The Sudbury Star that police and Environment Canada officials raided Vale's general engineering building in Sudbury Thursday.
The Model Town’s “Zombie Walk” organizer, Jennifer Coghill, said she expects the event to be a great success.
The James Bay OPP was advised that a recording device had been discovered in a change room at the Claude Larose Arena located on Edward Street.
The Kapuskasing Dufour Waste Disposal Flyers went a perfect two for two this past weekend, as they hosted the Sudbury Minor Midget Wolves at the Kap R
Through a collaboration with the Conseil Scolaire Catholic du Grand Rivieres (CSCDGR), College Boreal, and the Northern Ontario Youth Entrepreneurship
On September 18, 2015, at 7:19 p.m., the James Bay Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) conducted a traffic stop on Brunetville Road, which lead to one mal
Those in Kapuskasing were in for a filling meal on Oct.3 as Abundant Life Church celebrated its 40 anniversary of being in Kapuskasing by holding a co
The construction of a rustic cabin at René Brunelle Provincial Park is nearing completion said one of the driving members of the Friends of René Brune
Providing an opportunity for education, fun, an prizes, the 11th annual Breastfeeding Challenge took place on Oct.3 at the Ontario Early Years Centre.
Patrick Carignan, who stands accused of second-degree murder in the death of 24-year-old Moonbeam resident and mother of three young children,
After the 1974 election returned Pierre Trudeau to majority governance in his third term, a distinguished group of political scientists got together to figure out what the heck just happened.
Two hospital workers were caught having sex on an examination table in the superhospital of the McGill University Health Centre this past summer.