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Meet our five newest cops

Meet our five newest cops

Mark Rossetto's career as a police officer began today with a jovial slap on the wrist from Ontario Court Judge James Greco.
First shift begins at  Boniferro Mill Works

First shift begins at Boniferro Mill Works

The first shift at what used to be Domtar's Sault Ste. Marie hardwood operation started at 8 a.m. this morning. As SooToday.com reported two weeks ago, the closed Domtar operation was bought by Boniferro Mill Works Inc.
Local code monkeys attain übergeek status

Local code monkeys attain übergeek status

A team of code poets from Algoma University College has snagged second place at an international computer programming competition against much larger schools.
Councillor Vaudry to undergo triple bypass surgery

Councillor Vaudry to undergo triple bypass surgery

Ward 6 Councillor Peter Vaudry announced this morning that he requires triple bypass surgery and will return to his City Council duties after he recovers.
Teen Centre wants to move again, seeking City cash

Teen Centre wants to move again, seeking City cash

For a second time in four months, Susan Kostanowicz, executive director of the Sault Ste. Marie Teen Centre, will ask City Council Monday for "substantial bridge financing" to keep the struggling institution afloat.
Mayor asks about handicap parking at Memorial Gardens

Mayor asks about handicap parking at Memorial Gardens

Mayor John Rowswell has asked City staff to review the 16 handicap parking spots at Memorial Gardens, after receiving complaints from Soo Greyhound fans about a shortage of parking during home games.
World Healrh Organization official visits <b>(Council preview)</b>

World Healrh Organization official visits (Council preview)

Here's a SooToday.com peek at some of the stuff coming up at Monday's meeting of City Council.
Red Cross extends hand to starving fire, police chiefs

Red Cross extends hand to starving fire, police chiefs

Sault Police Chief Bob Davies and Fire Chief Lynn McCoy were recognized this week as the top pledge collectors in the Red Cross's inaugural Feast or Famine fundraiser here.
LSSU student takes final exam Saturday at Fireball Cafe

LSSU student takes final exam Saturday at Fireball Cafe

The Fireball Café and Arts House in downtown Sault, Ontario will be the setting for LSSU arts major Jennifer Hosafros' final exam tonight (Saturday).
Highway 17 closes, re-opens again

Highway 17 closes, re-opens again

Police have re-opened Highway 17 north of Wawa. The adverse weather conditions forced closure of the highway at 1 o'clock this morning. Snow and blowing snow reduced visibility to a few feet in whiteout conditions.