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Rowswell, Caicco, Strapp missing in action

Rowswell, Caicco, Strapp missing in action

If the City's trade delegation to Ireland is working hard on your behalf, no one at City Hall nor the Economic Development Corporation seems to know anything about it.
Davey Home's new location

Davey Home's new location

Design unveiled for new F.J. Davey Home

Design unveiled for new F.J. Davey Home

Officials from the Sault's F.J. Davey Home took the veils off the design for their new $44.4 million building, set for completion in March, 2004.
Black Road gets 5 lanes, separate bike path likely

Black Road gets 5 lanes, separate bike path likely

Despite concerns from local cyclists, City Council voted Monday night to rebuild Black Road with five lanes between Trunk Road and McNabb.
Trade mission hits the ground in Ireland

Trade mission hits the ground in Ireland

The Sault's Irish Trade Mission has hit the ground in Ireland. So far, there's been little word from Mayor John Rowswell, Ward 1 Councillor James Caicco, MPP Tony Martin and others on the trip.
False alarm policy may be working

False alarm policy may be working

It's too early to say for sure, but preliminary numbers suggest Sault Ste. Marie Police Service's new false alarm policy may be working. The new policy, which charges $75 for unnecessary false alarms, was implemented May 1.
Gunsight error causes officer to shoot cruiser

Gunsight error causes officer to shoot cruiser

An independent investigation of a Jan. 16 training accident has found no negligence on the part of a City police officer who accidently fired live rounds into the rear quarter panel of a police vehicle.
City Council thanks Sandy Adam

City Council thanks Sandy Adam

Sault City Council has expressed appreciation to Sandy Adam, who announced last week that he's stepping down as president and chief executive officer of Algoma Steel Inc.
Floor plan of Davey Home

Floor plan of Davey Home

Cutaway view of new F.J. Davey Home

Cutaway view of new F.J. Davey Home