Here is the police blotter for May 11-22, 2015:
Those looking for a tasty meal on May 22 were in luck, as the Selke Centre held its first Hawaiian themed dinner at St. Patrick's Church.
Members from the community in Moonbeam gathered Saturday afternoon to take part in the filming of the show “La Petite Séduction”.
A 20-year-old Kapuskasing man has been charged with the following offences:
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When the Joker is in town, Batman is always hot on his heels.
Twenty-six Canadian beaches and six marinas were certified this year under the international designation administered in Canada by the organization Environmental Defence.
Swiss police arrested some of the most powerful figures in global soccer on Wednesday.
Ontario has passed legislation that will ban the sale of flavoured tobacco and put new limits on e-cigarettes.
Training for the sex-education curriculum and autism therapy are on the union’s naughty list as elementary teachers get set to escalate job action.
WINNIPEG - Canadian health authorities are investigating after 34 people became sick with salmonella infections after contact with live baby poultry.
The Ontario government introduced back-to-work legislation for striking public high school teachers Monday.