Greater Sudbury Police Inspector Todd Zimmerman said a man was taken into custody peacefully after he refused to leave a residence in Guilletville after his eviction. Photo by Jonathan Migneault.

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The Market, in downtown Sudbury, resembled a medieval fair Saturday afternoon as the Greater Sudbury Public Library hosted its first StoryMob with a public reading of Robert Munsch's “The Paper Bag Princess.” Photo by Jonathan Migneault.
Market hosts Sudbury's first StoryMob
11 minutes ago
The Ontario Provincial Police are investigating a crash on Highway 17 that left one person dead.
Updated: OPP name victim of fatal Hwy. 17 crash
Aug 22, 2014
E-cigarettes were introduced in Canada around 2007 and release a vapour usually containing vegetable glycerin, propylene glycol, flavouring, and in some cases, nicotine. File photo.
Gélinas wants restrictions on e-cigarettes in Ontario
Aug 22, 2014
The Wynne government promised to formally establish a Ring of Fire development corporation within 60 days of the July 3 throne speech.
Is the Ring of Fire dev corp a go?
Aug 22, 2014
The Sudbury Wolves are pleased to announce that third-round draft selection Trenton Bourque has committed to play in the OHL and has accepted an educational scholarship with the Sudbury Wolves. Supplied photo.
Trenton Bourque commits to Sudbury Wolves
Aug 22, 2014
Raspberries can be added to just about anything. File photo.
Local raspberries at The Market this weekend
Aug 22, 2014
Brian Bigger officially launched his campaign to be mayor of Greater Sudbury on Thursday at the Ambassador Hotel. Photo by Darren MacDonald.
Bigger takes aim at city council as he launches bid to be ma...
Aug 21, 2014
MIRARCO researcher Kim Trapani shows a flexible solar panel designed in Sudbury that will be tested in the Mediterranean Sea, off the coast of Malta. Photo by Jonathan Migneault.
Sudbury's floating solar panels could power island nation
Aug 21, 2014
There will be increasing cloudiness early Friday morning, with a 30-per-cent chance of showers in the afternoon, and early in the evening. The temperature high for the day will be 20 C and the low, 17 C.
Increasing cloudiness Friday
Aug 21, 2014

Local

There will be no quick relief for Ontario municipalities who are having to shell out millions due to the rising number of lawsuits filed against cities -- and the climbing damage awards that accompany them. The province has said it's open to reform, but change will take time. File photo.
The Market, in downtown Sudbury, resembled a medieval fair Saturday afternoon as the Greater Sudbury Public Library hosted its first StoryMob with a public reading of Robert Munsch's “The Paper Bag Princess.” Photo by Jonathan Migneault.
Market hosts Sudbury's first StoryMob
11 minutes ago
Greater Sudbury Police Inspector Todd Zimmerman said a man was taken into custody peacefully after he refused to leave a residence in Guilletville after his eviction. Photo by Jonathan Migneault.
Police make peaceful arrest after man fights eviction
Aug 22, 2014
E-cigarettes were introduced in Canada around 2007 and release a vapour usually containing vegetable glycerin, propylene glycol, flavouring, and in some cases, nicotine. File photo.
Gélinas wants restrictions on e-cigarettes in Ontario
Aug 22, 2014

Police

Greater Sudbury Police Service is looking for a suspect who allegedly robbed the Mac's Milk convenience store at Montrose Mall on Aug. 19.
A Greater Sudbury Police officer arrives on scene at what police are calling a "serious situation" in the McCrea Heights area. Photo by Arron Pickard.
Updated: McCrea Heights situation resolved, says police
Aug 22, 2014
The Ontario Provincial Police are investigating a crash on Highway 17 that left one person dead.
Updated: OPP name victim of fatal Hwy. 17 crash
Aug 22, 2014
Three people face impaired-related charges following three separate incidents in Sudbury. File photo.
Three people face impaired-driving-related charges
Aug 21, 2014

Lifestyle

Garlic is a mainstay of cultures throughout the world, and the Ukrainian Seniors Center highlights this once again at this year's Garlic Festival. Lee Kindness - http://www.pbase.com/wangi/macro (http://www.pbase.com/wangi/image/43467738)
'Paper Bag Princess' comes alive at The Market
Aug 22, 2014
STC holds auditions for ' Miracle on 34th Street'
Aug 22, 2014
Toronto rock-reggae artist Prince Perry and his backing band King Kong 4 hit the stage at The Townehouse on Aug. 22. Supplied photo.
Prince Perry brings unique style of rock-reggae to Sudbury
Aug 21, 2014

Sports

The Garson Hounds moved a step closer to clinching the No. 1 seed following the round-robin playoff schedule in Quentin Seeley Remax Fastball League post-season play, improving to 3-0 with a come-from-behind 4-3 victory over the Panthers.
Northern Life learns to derby
2 hours ago
The Sudbury Wolves are pleased to announce that third-round draft selection Trenton Bourque has committed to play in the OHL and has accepted an educational scholarship with the Sudbury Wolves. Supplied photo.
Trenton Bourque commits to Sudbury Wolves
Aug 22, 2014
The Garson Hounds moved a step closer to clinching the No. 1 seed following the round-robin playoff schedule in Quentin Seeley Remax Fastball League post-season play, improving to 3-0 with a come-from-behind 4-3 victory over the Panthers.
Hounds tame Panthers in come-from-behind win
Aug 22, 2014

National

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and wife Laureen take a ride in a boat through Miles Canyon up the Yukon River in Whitehorse Friday August 22, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld
Warrant officer Andre Gagnon walks to his court martial at the St-Malo Armoury Tuesday, August 12, 2014 in Quebec City. Gagnon has been acquitted of sexually assaulting a female subordinate. A five-member military jury announced the verdict at Andre Gagnon's court martial in Quebec City Friday morning, Aug. 22, 2014.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Clement Allard
Canadian soldier acquitted of sex assault
Aug 22, 2014
P.E.I. community struggles with double death
Aug 22, 2014
DiCaprio latest celebrity to visit oilsands
Aug 22, 2014