As of Tuesday afternoon, water had been restored to 232 homes, 119 were waiting to have their pipes thawed using steam and hot water, 24 were waiting for electrical thawing and 11 were waiting for excavations.

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Three children suffered minor injuries after a school bus collided with a pick-up truck south of Elliot Lake Tuesday afternoon. File photo.
School bus collides with pick-up truck south of Elliot Lake...
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Ontario's opposition parties say a letter sent by Premier Kathleen Wynne to a Liberal riding association calls into question her timeline in a byelection scandal that has triggered a police investigation. File photo.
Opposition questions Sudbury timeline
4 hours ago
Steve Matusch, the president and CEO of Ionic Engineering, Sudbury ROCKS' presenting sponsor, and the race's former director, says he hopes the event can encourage people to have healthier lifestyles. The 10th  Sudbury ROCKS!!! Race, Run, or Walk for Diabetes begins at Tom Davies Square Sunday, May 10. Photo by Jonathan Migneault.
Sudbury ROCKS!!! to celebrate 10 years
7 hours ago
NorthernLife.ca reader Tija enjoying the sun with her great pyreneese mountain dog Ozzy. Reader supplied photo.
March sunshine has us all staying paws-itive
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 Andrew Desjardins, from Lively, speaks with Ryan Patterson at the Northeast Cancer Centre's pediatric oncology unit May 15, 2012. Desjardins, 28, was traded by the San Jose Sharks to the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for centre Ben Smith and a conditional draft pick during the 2015 NHL trade deadline on Monday.
Lively's Desjardins traded to Chicago Blackhawks
7 hours ago
Travel back to ancient Egypt starting this weekend when Dynamic Earth unveils its King Tutankhamen: Treasures of the Pharaoh's Tomb exhibit. Photo by Ivan Radisic
Head into the pharaoh's tomb with Dynamic Earth on March 7
8 hours ago
Sudbury MPP Glenn Thibeault has opened his constituency office on 555 Barrydowne Rd., in Greenvale Court beside Rexall pharmacy in New Sudbury. File photo.
Thibeault opens constituency office in New Sudbury
7 hours ago
Premier Kathleen Wynne embraces Glenn Thibeault after he won the provincial byelection Feb. 5. For the second day in a row, opposition parties in the Ontario Legislature kept hammering at the Liberal government over the Sudbury byelection scandal. File photo.
Opposition parties stay focused on Sudbury byelection scanda...
9 hours ago
reThink Green is active in organizing and facilitating an ongoing series of educational workshops available to the broader community. While most content has an environmental focus, the workshops will cover a wide range of advocacy options.
reThink Green hosts effective advocacy panel
8 hours ago

Local

Kris Proulx, a third year electronics engineering student at Collège Boréal, made a mixed drink dispenser he calls the SelfMix for his final project in the program. Proulx's dispenser can make nine alcoholic beverages, including a vodka cranberry, ginger ale and rum, and a rye and Pepsi. Photo by Jonathan Migneault.
Three children suffered minor injuries after a school bus collided with a pick-up truck south of Elliot Lake Tuesday afternoon. File photo.
School bus collides with pick-up truck south of Elliot Lake...
1 hour ago
As of Tuesday afternoon, water had been restored to 232 homes, 119 were waiting to have their pipes thawed using steam and hot water, 24 were waiting for electrical thawing and 11 were waiting for excavations.
Frozen water woes to last for several more weeks
3 hours ago
NorthernLife.ca reader Tija enjoying the sun with her great pyreneese mountain dog Ozzy. Reader supplied photo.
March sunshine has us all staying paws-itive
4 hours ago

Police

On the anniversary of his death, Greater Sudbury Police say they are continuing the investigation into the Martin Higo/Swanson homicide which took place 17 years ago.  And they're hoping someone with information on the cold case will contact them and help them solve his murder. File photo.
The Greater Sudbury Police Service reopened all of Lasalle Boulevard after a motor vehicle collision in front of the Great Canadian Super Store on Sunday afternoon. File photo.
Lasalle Blvd. Open to traffic again following crash
Mar 01, 2015
The Ontario Provincial Police is warning area motorists to be aware of potential traffic delays during their travels along the Highway 17 corridor on Saturday, Feb. 28 from Coniston to Copper Cliff between the hours of 8 a.m. and noon. File photo.
Superloads on Hwy. 17 to interrupt traffic: OPP
Feb 27, 2015
A woman was in bail court today after being arrested for stealing a donation jar from Gus's Restaurant, and then threatening employees when she was confronted. File photo.
Woman steals donation jar from Gus's Restaurant
Feb 26, 2015

Lifestyle

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St. Charles dancers connect with national ballet
Mar 02, 2015
Visual artists are needed to provide painting demonstrations during the March 26 to April 4 run of the Sudbury Theatre Production “Red.” File photo.
STC seeks artists to paint during play's run
Mar 02, 2015
Theatre Cambrian is accepting registrations for its March Break Dramafest. Participants will stage the Disney classic “The Jungle Book.” Supplied photo.
Spend March Break in the jungle with Theatre Cambrian
Mar 02, 2015

Sports

This year's Snowflake Challenge Girls Hockey Tournament (Feb. 13-15) drew a who's who of MyHockeyRankings.com top midget AA teams in Ontario: Lady Wolves (#1), the Stoney Creek Sabres (#2), Oakville Hornets (#3), Saugeen-Maitland Lightning (#4), Clarington Flames (#6) and Whitby Wolves (#10). Photo by Scott Haddow.
 Andrew Desjardins, from Lively, speaks with Ryan Patterson at the Northeast Cancer Centre's pediatric oncology unit May 15, 2012. Desjardins, 28, was traded by the San Jose Sharks to the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for centre Ben Smith and a conditional draft pick during the 2015 NHL trade deadline on Monday.
Lively's Desjardins traded to Chicago Blackhawks
7 hours ago
Steve Matusch, the president and CEO of Ionic Engineering, Sudbury ROCKS' presenting sponsor, and the race's former director, says he hopes the event can encourage people to have healthier lifestyles. The 10th  Sudbury ROCKS!!! Race, Run, or Walk for Diabetes begins at Tom Davies Square Sunday, May 10. Photo by Jonathan Migneault.
Sudbury ROCKS!!! to celebrate 10 years
7 hours ago
It is that busy time of the year for the Lady Wolves' crew, with numerous teams in the midst of either playdown or playoff series.
Lady Wolves crew busy winding down season
10 hours ago

National

University professor Benjamin Levin (right), who faces child pornography charges, arrives at court in Toronto, Tuesday, March 3, 2015 with his lawyer Clayton Ruby. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young
Ontario's opposition parties say a letter sent by Premier Kathleen Wynne to a Liberal riding association calls into question her timeline in a byelection scandal that has triggered a police investigation. File photo.
Opposition questions Sudbury timeline
4 hours ago
B.C. woman loses right-to-die appeal
6 hours ago
Parents stumped for a baby name turn to consultants
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