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More robots means more people, says company

More robots means more people, says company

SIS Manufacturing expected to bring on 10-15 more workers in wake of $1-million provincial grant announcement
Highway 11 open after forest fire closure

Highway 11 open after forest fire closure

Two large fires were identified west of the Town of Hearst
No more visitor restrictions at hospital

No more visitor restrictions at hospital

Norovirus-like symptoms had been to blame for affecting visiting hours
55 people charged in massive Northern drug bust

55 people charged in massive Northern drug bust

Those charged include people from Timmins, Ottawa, Chapleau, Moosonee, Moose Factory and Sudbury
Starting May 30, you may have to take a different route to West End

Starting May 30, you may have to take a different route to West End

Avery Construction reports a road closure beginning May 30
VIDEO: Raw: Family of bears visits Fourth Line home

VIDEO: Raw: Family of bears visits Fourth Line home

A resident on Fourth Line submitted these photos and video of a family of bears visiting their property
<b>Gardening Tips:</b> Be on the lookout for pest problems

Gardening Tips: Be on the lookout for pest problems

Hopefully we have finally seen the last snow for this spring! With the arrival of warmer weather, it's time to walk around your yard and inspect for insect problems.
VIDEO: Do you know who spray painted these buildings?

VIDEO: Do you know who spray painted these buildings?

Several buildings in the Township of MacDonald, Meredith and Aberdeen Additional have been vandalized.
Kerr Drive closed for watermain repair

Kerr Drive closed for watermain repair

PUC would like to advise the public of a traffic restriction on Kerr Drive to facilitate the repair of a broken watermain
Workweek Outlook: Much-needed rain on the way

Workweek Outlook: Much-needed rain on the way

In the first 23 days of may only about 10mm of rain has fallen in the Sault Ste. Marie region. This compares to monthly values of over 60mm for a typical May. This has escalated the risk of wild land fires and turned many lawns brown already.