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Sault cyclist breaks leg in boat-trailer crash

Sault cyclist breaks leg in boat-trailer crash

OPP NEWS RELEASE *************************** Collision between truck and bike, injuries sustained (Richards Landing, St. Joseph Island, Ontario) - On Monday July 26, 2004 at approximately 12:45 p.m.
Breakthrough in Algoma Steel talks

Breakthrough in Algoma Steel talks

A tentative agreement has been struck tonight between Algoma Steel and its two largest collective bargaining groups.
Health unit not told of high Merrifield smog reading?

Health unit not told of high Merrifield smog reading?

When Bill O’Donnell, public health program manager at the Algoma Health Unit, looked out his office window a little after 10 a.m. today, he immediately placed a call to provincial environment officials.
Extreme smog reported around Merrifield School

Extreme smog reported around Merrifield School

If you check the Ontario Government's province-wide air quality monitoring website , it says we're doing fine today in Sault Ste. Marie. As of 1 p.m., our Air Quality Index (AQI) reading was 27, which is considered 'good.' Don't believe it, though.
Look what Terry Sheehan wants to bring to the Sault

Look what Terry Sheehan wants to bring to the Sault

"Is this for real?" a clearly skeptical Ward 1 Councillor Steve Butland asked at one point during last night's City Council meeting.
Ghislam Langelier is not having a good day

Ghislam Langelier is not having a good day

CITY POLICE NEWS RELEASE ************************ Around 4 a.m. this morning a car operated by Ghislam Langelier, age 42, of 54 Market Street was involved in an accident with a train. It is alleged that Mr.
Thwarted purse-snatcher spits in woman's face

Thwarted purse-snatcher spits in woman's face

CITY POLICE NEWS RELEASE ************************** 31-year old Kenny Boyer of 58 East Street will appear in court on August 30 after being arrested by City Police yesterday. Shortly before 4:30 p.m.
Moped driver charged after Northern Avenue accident

Moped driver charged after Northern Avenue accident

CITY POLICE NEWS RELEASE *********************** Yesterday morning around 10 a.m. City Police attended at Great Northern Road and Northern Avenue for a report of an accident with possible injuries.
Burglars steal the safe from Quizno's

Burglars steal the safe from Quizno's

CITY POLICE NEWS RELEASE **************************** Yesterday morning police took a report of a break and enter to a business on Spring Street. Quizno’s was broken into sometime overnight. Thieves made off with the store safe and its contents.
Councillors plug tailpipe on muffler business

Councillors plug tailpipe on muffler business

The following is SooToday.com's live coverage of tonight's meeting of Sault Ste. Marie City Council. Local citizen Jay Barban (shown) was presented tonight with the City of Sault Ste.