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Hear what Terry Sheehan has to say on local and national business issues

Hear what Terry Sheehan has to say on local and national business issues

The Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a fireside chat with the local MP on June 27
After many years of service, two Catholic board employees retiring

After many years of service, two Catholic board employees retiring

Maria Esposito and Judy Ritza, who have combined for nearly 80 years of service with the board, will be retiring at the end of the month
Manslaughter charge laid in Cathcart Street fire

Manslaughter charge laid in Cathcart Street fire

He has also been charged with one count of arson endangering life
Sault man accused of stealing items worth $1,700 from local business

Sault man accused of stealing items worth $1,700 from local business

Dundas Street business was broken into
Guy pulls up to a condo on an e-bike. Judge gives him 105 days behind bars

Guy pulls up to a condo on an e-bike. Judge gives him 105 days behind bars

Police watched as he gave a woman a roll of money, which she stashed in her underclothing
Dryer extensively damaged in Findlay Drive fire

Dryer extensively damaged in Findlay Drive fire

Fire was contained to a gas clothes dryer
Anti-video game parents raise book store manager <b>(7 photos)</b>

Anti-video game parents raise book store manager (7 photos)

Hole in the Wall Books is the subject of this week’s SooToday What’s Up Wednesday
Former Sault woman missing on Manitoulin

Former Sault woman missing on Manitoulin

She was last seen Tuesday morning
City pushes to keep Algoma Docks project alive

City pushes to keep Algoma Docks project alive

With the steel mill seven months out of insolvency protection, City Council moved this week to kick-start the drive for a major commercial port
Poutine is more than just fries, cheese and gravy

Poutine is more than just fries, cheese and gravy

More than 50 varieties will be available during the inaugural Poutine Feast