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Carol Martin

Carol Martin

Carol Martin, a graduate of Cambrian College's journalism program, has been a journalist for more than 18 years. Born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie, Carol has also lived and worked in Constance Lake First Nation, Sudbury and Kingston.

Recent Work by Carol

Paul Boniferro makes it to the big leagues - further <b>(Updated)</b>

Paul Boniferro makes it to the big leagues - further (Updated)

Former Saultite takes a big step further along his path of service to people in Ontario
Wellington West Esso, (formerly Wardlaw Fuels), robbed at knifepoint

Wellington West Esso, (formerly Wardlaw Fuels), robbed at knifepoint

Perpetrator is at large and described as a thin, Caucasian man
Police investigation reroutes traffic in east end of downtown <b>(10:47 p.m. Update)</b>

Police investigation reroutes traffic in east end of downtown (10:47 p.m. Update)

Rotary puts a chunk of change toward children's health and welfare <b>(5 photos)</b>

Rotary puts a chunk of change toward children's health and welfare (5 photos)

After outgoing president Tony Gallagher passed the bell to incoming president Dino Biasucci, three rather large cheques were also passed out to Algoma Family Services, Pauline's Place and ARCH Hospice respectively

Gerald Corbett jr.

Nov. 1952 to May 6, 1983 You always come to mind in so many ways. Missing you
Leslie Tamara Knox

Leslie Tamara Knox

Proud parents Danielle Miller and Harrison Knox are thrilled to announce the arrival of their beautiful daughter Leslie Tamara Knox. Leslie was born on December 24th, 2016 at 8:10pm weighing 7lbs 2oz and measuring 19 inches long.

Rosemarie Jolliff---October 24, 1936-April 8, 2012

Hard to believe 5 years have passed since God called you home...I miss you so much mom, but feel your presence always. I wear your angel pins daily and hang your angels and prisms in my car, just like you. You always were an angel on earth....
Nestorville family home destroyed by fire

Nestorville family home destroyed by fire

Family of four escaped with their lives but lost their home
Sault firefighters respond to fire in McNabb Street apartment <b>(5 photos)</b>

Sault firefighters respond to fire in McNabb Street apartment (5 photos)

No injuries resulted from a small fire in an oven but the building had to be vented

Ontonovich, David March 5, 2013

If memories bring us closer we are never far apart for you are always in our thoughts and forever in our hearts. Always and forever Mom, Donna and Duncan, Chris and Julie and Families