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George Langevin's very busy day on Mary Street

George Langevin's very busy day on Mary Street

George Clifford Langevin, 18, of no fixed address, was charged twice yesterday in separate incidents that occurred 12 hours apart. Police accuse Langevin of using a big stone to smash a window out of a bus shelter on Mary Street around 8:12 a.m.
What happened this morning in the beer store dumpster

What happened this morning in the beer store dumpster

City police report a suspicious fire early this morning in the dumpster behind Northern Breweries on Bay Street. Firefighters responded to the 1:20 a.m. call and were able to extinguish the fire.
Hospital picks The New Manu

Hospital picks The New Manu

Sault Area Hospital has selected a replacement for its president and chief executive officer Manu Malkani, the man who reigns supreme at the pinnacle of Algoma's $100,000 Club for big-money earners within the provincial/municipal public service.
Meet the RCMP's local Cop of the Year

Meet the RCMP's local Cop of the Year

Corporal Mike Duguay (shown) of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police was one of four recipients of 2004 Police Services Awards presented today by the Sault Ste. Marie Chamber of Commerce.
Meet Garden River's Cop of the Year

Meet Garden River's Cop of the Year

Constable Marc Lesage (shown) of the Anishinabek Police Service, Garden River Detachment, was one of four recipients of 2004 Police Services Awards presented today by the Sault Ste. Marie Chamber of Commerce.
Meet Sault OPP's Cop of the Year

Meet Sault OPP's Cop of the Year

Constable Brian Speakman (shown) of the Ontario Provincial Police Sault Ste. Marie detachment was one of four recipients of 2004 Police Services Awards presented today by the Sault Ste. Marie Chamber of Commerce.
Meet Sault Ste. Marie's City Cop of the Year

Meet Sault Ste. Marie's City Cop of the Year

City Police Constable Steve Miron (shown) was one of four recipients of 2004 Police Services Awards presented today by the Sault Ste. Marie Chamber of Commerce.
Police seek lost wallet containing big wad of cash

Police seek lost wallet containing big wad of cash

EAST ALGOMA OPP NEWS RELEASE *********************** Can you help! (Elliot Lake, Ont.) - Sometime during the morning or early afternoon of May 10th, 2004 a small black wallet containing a large amount of money was lost at the Algo Centre Mall.
Where were your kids at 1 a.m. this morning?

Where were your kids at 1 a.m. this morning?

OPP NEWS RELEASE ************************** Goulais River, Ont. - Sault Ste Marie OPP were called to Highway 17 in Goulais River early this morning after a passing truck driver had rocks thrown at his rig.
Council spends like a drunken sailor, Butland gets bored

Council spends like a drunken sailor, Butland gets bored

It took just 107 minutes last night for Sault Ste. Marie City Council to spend $128.4 million of your money. By our ciphering, that adds up to more than a million bucks a minute. Or, if you wish, a cool $20,000 every second.