Canada - The Sudbury Star
Tuesday - 18th December, 2018
Cub’s survival ‘amazing’
A tiny bear would almost certainly have perished had a Sudbury rail worker and his partner not taken...
Saturday - 15th December, 2018
SEARCH FOR MISSING MAN CONTINUES
A member of North Shore Search and Rescue takes part in a ground search in Sudbury, Ont., for Brande...
Friday - 14th December, 2018
SENIORS RESCUE IN COPPER CLIFF
Residents at the Walford on the Park were evacuated from the facility on Godfrey Drive in Copper Cli...
Thursday - 13th December, 2018
ORGAN GETS A NEW SET OF PIPES
Don Anderson, of Phoenix Organs from Peterborough, Ont., examines refurbished nickel finish pipes th...
Wednesday - 12th December, 2018
Arrest made in murder
More than 20 years after Laurentian student Renee Sweeney was brutally killed in an adult video stor...
Tuesday - 11th December, 2018
Celebrating 50 years of gingerbread houses
Finding inspiration in a Good Housekeeping magazine, the then 18-year-old Donna Cameron started what...
Monday - 10th December, 2018
City employee Jasen Topp prepares the base for the skating oval at Queen’s Athletic Field in Sudbu...
Saturday - 8th December, 2018
IN THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS
Members of the Young Sudbury Singers perform at a tree-lighting ceremony at Tom Davies Square in Sud...
Friday - 7th December, 2018
Some too young to talk
Two Sudbury men have been arrested for child exploitation as part of a provincewide crackdown.&n...
Thursday - 6th December, 2018
Sudbury part of lawsuit
Children who attended Cecil Facer School in Sudbury four decades ago are part of a class action laws...
Wednesday - 5th December, 2018
‘We need to do better’
Economic growth and a vibrant downtown. Those were the key messages delivered by second-ter...
Tuesday - 4th December, 2018
HUDDLING FOR WARMTH
Ayden Vankoot, left, and Sydney Franc attempt to keep warm at Huntington University's annual...
Monday - 3rd December, 2018
Casino future cloudy
While Gateway Casinos and Entertainment Limited has expressed concerns about the future of its Sudbu...
Saturday - 1st December, 2018
Families share emotional stories
There wasn’t a dry eye in the house Friday morning at the launch of Action Sudbury – Citizens Ag...
Friday - 30th November, 2018
A struggle resumed
A rebooted breast cancer group is keeping the pressure on to preserve the full range of services at ...
Thursday - 29th November, 2018
‘I hit a moose’
It appeared from out of nowhere. A few feet in front of my car (seemed like five but it was likely l...
Wednesday - 28th November, 2018
Establishing a francophone university is not just about culture or language, Nickel Belt MPP France ...
Tuesday - 27th November, 2018
RAISING AWARENESS ABOUT HIV IN SUDBURY
James Gough, a volunteer with Reseau ACCESS Network and who tested positive for HIV in 2001 because ...
Monday - 26th November, 2018
Maley hitting mark
Maley Drive is really coming together — on time and under budget. During a very chilly to...
Saturday - 24th November, 2018
Ward 2 Coun. Michael Vagnini wants the province to investigate the Oct. 22 municipal election.&n...
Friday - 23rd November, 2018
WELCOME HOME, GEORGES SERRESSE
Sudbury native Georges Serresse is introduced during pregame ceremonies for the Sudbury Five inaugur...
Thursday - 22nd November, 2018
3D scanner impresses patients, hospital
When Jean-Claude Roy was vacationing in Mexico last July, he unknowingly picked up an infection in h...
Wednesday - 21st November, 2018
Opioids deepen crisis
Northern Ontario has some of the worst stats for hospital overcrowding and opioid-related emergency ...
Tuesday - 20th November, 2018
‘We are a reality, not a theory’
Let me begin by introducing myself. My name is Rita OLink. I am a 64-year-old transgender woman with...
Monday - 19th November, 2018
WORKING THE CROWD
Santa waves to the crowd on Saturday as the annual parade in his honour wends its way through downto...
Saturday - 17th November, 2018
‘Jesus’ sets record straight in novel
Roger Spielmann certainly didn’t write The Interview in a bubble. That’s how the Lauren...
Friday - 16th November, 2018
A horror that never faded
Cpl. John Unrau did not have his own children, but he got a big kick out of kids. During to...
Thursday - 15th November, 2018
A truly medical family
It was a match made in heaven. Drs. Renee Jacques and Sam Peters met as Grade 2 students at Jeanne S...
Wednesday - 14th November, 2018
Coyotes make their presence felt
It’s late at night and I’m walking my dog along Lourdes Street toward St. Raphael, head down to ...
Tuesday - 13th November, 2018
SUDBURY HIGH REMEMBERS ITS FALLEN SOLDIERS
Mcpl. Chase Scully, left, of 2912 Sudbury Irish Army Cadet Corps, and Sgt. Nathan Haskett, of 200 Wo...
Monday - 12th November, 2018
Snow-laden branches frame the trail along Junction Creek near St. Joseph Street on Friday after Sudb...
Saturday - 10th November, 2018
‘One of the lucky ones’
The tail-gunner’s turret was a dangerous enough spot at the best of times. Each time Harr...
Friday - 9th November, 2018
PAINTING OVER THE VANDALISM
Workers paint over the SKODEN graffiti on the side of the Sudbury water tower on Thursday. The word,...
Thursday - 8th November, 2018
Downtown business pillar closing
When Robert Brown threw open the doors to his shop on Durham Street in 1934, downtown Sudbury was a ...
Wednesday - 7th November, 2018
Glencore to go deeper
Cleaner. And deeper. That’s the direction Sudbury Integrated Nickel Operations (Glencore) is headi...
Tuesday - 6th November, 2018
Turns out that moose love pumpkins
It’s scary how much moose like pumpkins. And it seems Sudburians are only too ready to he...
Monday - 5th November, 2018
KED hearings loom
It has been a long and acrimonious process, but finally, after months of waiting, the appeals will b...
Saturday - 3rd November, 2018
Sudbury’s soaking wet
What a difference a couple of months makes. In August the Sudbury area was so parched that some cree...
Friday - 2nd November, 2018
SUDBURY REMEMBERS PITTSBURGH’S SHOOTING VICTIMS
Elizabeth Udeschini lights a candle at a vigil Thursday in Memorial Park to protest hate-filled viol...
Thursday - 1st November, 2018
Neighbours oppose wrecking-yard expansion
The expansion of a wrecking yard in Hanmer is causing headaches for its neighbours, who say it will ...
Wednesday - 31st October, 2018
Bell Mansion haunted, new book claims
The Bell Mansion on 251 John St., which is home to the Art Gallery of Sudbury, is haunted, claims re...
Tuesday - 30th October, 2018
Women rally for program
Ginette Harpe was 36 when diagnosed with breast cancer. The survivor now fears others like ...
Monday - 29th October, 2018
Pot calls few to cops
While Greater Sudbury Police have ongoing concerns about the impact of pot legalization on public sa...
Saturday - 27th October, 2018
Strike reaches Sudbury
Postal workers braced against the wind and cold Friday to picket along Lasalle Boulevard. The group,...
Friday - 26th October, 2018
911 upgrade in works
Greater Sudbury Police are working to establish an enhanced 911 system that would prevent, or at lea...
Thursday - 25th October, 2018
THE ROAD OPENS FRIDAY
Emilie Overton is Molly in the Thorneloe Theatre Arts and Cambrian College Theatre Arts Technical Pr...
Wednesday - 24th October, 2018
Voters return Bigger
Even though he got less than a third of the votes cast, Brian Bigger has been re-elected as mayor of...
Tuesday - 23rd October, 2018
A ‘colossal failure’
The victory parties will have to wait another day. After several hours of technical difficu...
Monday - 22nd October, 2018
BELTING IT OUT
Marymount Academy graduate Stephanie Fyfe performs at Fromagerie Elgin on Saturday as part of Marymo...
Saturday - 20th October, 2018
A DEDICATED FAN
Anne Koivu attempts to keep dry while watching a flag football game featuring St. Charles College an...
Friday - 19th October, 2018
GETTING READY FOR SANTA
Rick Carr, co-chair of the Santa Claus parade, and Maureen Luoma, executive director of Downtown Sud...
Thursday - 18th October, 2018
CARRYING ON LAURA COTESTA’S LEGACY
Lockerby Composite School’s Kids Caring for Kids Cancer Drive Committee co-chairs Jasmine Kord, ri...
Wednesday - 17th October, 2018
Tragic night was chaotic
The 911 dispatcher who handled four of the five 911 calls about a serious boat crash on Lake Wanapit...
Tuesday - 16th October, 2018
STE. ANNE SEATING
Nicholas Cardinal and Rain Morin take a break on a wooden bench at the foot of the Green Stairs on S...
Monday - 15th October, 2018
Sudbury backs fighter
Greater Sudburians have rallied behind a local woman who is battling breast cancer for the fourth ti...
Saturday - 13th October, 2018
FINE DAY FOR FALL WALK
Rachel Nyenhuis strolls along the leaf-strewn path near Hnatyshyn Park. The forecast for for this we...
Friday - 12th October, 2018
SEARCHING FOR FOOD, PERHAPS?
Pigeons perch on one of the signs that graces the side of the Rainbow Centre on Thursday. The weathe...
Thursday - 11th October, 2018
A growing challenge
It’s not like it was 100 years ago. People these days, especially younger people, are leaving the ...
Wednesday - 10th October, 2018
BLOOMING IN A HI-TECH GREENHOUSE
Sudbury MPP Jamie West, left, and Nickel Belt MPP France Gelinas chat with Daniel Lapointe, coordina...
Tuesday - 9th October, 2018
Still rocking it
Years after she moved to British Columbia, Lola Holmes kept both Sudbury and curling close to her he...
Saturday - 6th October, 2018
Fairbank cottager lauded
The water was cold and night was coming on fast at Fairbank Lake. That didn’t stop cottag...
Friday - 5th October, 2018
‘Forcing our children into ignorance’
Cessation of use of the 2015 Ontario health and physical education (sex-ed) curriculum serves only t...
Thursday - 4th October, 2018
A CREEPY GOOD TIME PROMISED
Staff scientist Christine Legrand has prepared a creepy time for visitors who want to experience the...
Wednesday - 3rd October, 2018
Northern pups looking for homes
This Sudbury Five may not sink baskets, but they will probably fetch a few balls. And they ...
Tuesday - 2nd October, 2018
DON’T WORRY, IT’S ALL UNDER CONTROL
Miguel Courchesne soars into the air at the skate park at the Rick McDonald Memorial Park in Azilda,...
Monday - 1st October, 2018
‘The bears are here’
Marcia Ranger jangles as she walks. It’s a cowbell she picked up at TSC — the country h...
Saturday - 29th September, 2018
A DOUBLE RAINBOW OVER SUDBURY
A double rainbow appeared over Sudbury, Ont. on Friday September 28, 2018. The weather for the weeke...
Friday - 28th September, 2018
Sparks fly over KED
Sudbury’s mayoral candidates talked about a number of issues Thursday in front of Laurentian Unive...
Thursday - 27th September, 2018
Rescued turtles continue journey
In Ojibwe belief, the continent was formed after a great flood, when a muskrat surfaced with a clump...
Wednesday - 26th September, 2018
THE BALLAD OF STOMPING’ TOM OPENS THURSDAY
Scott Carmichael, foreground, is Tom C. Connors, and Tai Wong-Clayton, back left, is Tom as a teenag...
Tuesday - 25th September, 2018
VIRGINIA CREEPER ADDS COLOUR ON LOUIS STREET
Virginia creeper vines with clusters of blue fruit cling to a fence along Louis Street on Monday. Th...
Monday - 24th September, 2018
Moving moments, local talent at fest
When the showing of the film The Sisters Brothers came to a close on Sunday evening, so too did the ...
Saturday - 22nd September, 2018
BLOWING IN THE WIND
The strong wind didn’t stop Tree Matthews, of the Confederation Chargers, from watching his team p...
Friday - 21st September, 2018
IN GOOD HANDS
Dr. Sean Murray, medical director of the NEO Kids and Family Program, holds Chance, left, and Charle...
Thursday - 20th September, 2018
TAKING BACK THE NIGHT
Participants take part in the annual Take Back the Night March in Sudbury on Wednesday evening. The ...
Wednesday - 19th September, 2018
Neighbours still in shock
A cloud passed over Sunny Street in Garson this past week after gunshots erupted Wednesday evening a...
Tuesday - 18th September, 2018
So far, September has been an extension of mid-summer warmth for the Nickel City, with fairly mild t...
Monday - 17th September, 2018
Weekend party turns lethal
A 27-year-old man is dead and a 21-year-old is in police custody following an alleged stabbing at a ...
Saturday - 15th September, 2018
‘Clearly a great day’
Scientist David Pearson still has a vivid memory of a “bad air day” when he was getting out of h...
Friday - 14th September, 2018
Brian Bigger’s campaign is officially underway. The mayor launched his campaign Thursday ...
Thursday - 13th September, 2018
RUN, RUN, RUN
Runners compete in the SDSSAA cross-country meet at Kivi Park on a warm and sunny Wednesday. The for...
Wednesday - 12th September, 2018
Case faces 8 charges
A preliminary hearing is underway concerning a well-known Sudbury track coach and his female protege...
Tuesday - 11th September, 2018
‘A silent epidemic’
The original memorial at Leo Gerard Workers’ Memorial Park contains the names of hundreds of worke...
Monday - 10th September, 2018
Bomb charges laid
Greater Sudbury Police have laid several charges after four explosive devices were allegedly found o...
Saturday - 8th September, 2018
Police looking for explosives in home
Officers spent several hours at 539 Tedman Ave. Friday afternoon after receiving information of poss...
Friday - 7th September, 2018
NOW, WHERE DID THAT PICKLEBALL GO?
Jameson Raaska, 1, entertains himself at a ceremony officially opening pickleball courts at O’Conn...
Thursday - 6th September, 2018
Downtown parking to go hi-tech
After eight long years of lobbying and advocating, Sudbury is finally entering the 21st century.&...
Wednesday - 5th September, 2018
A SELFIE WITH TEACHER
Science teachers Chantal Rioux and Stephen Montgomery take a selfie with Grade 9 student Brandon Cor...
Tuesday - 4th September, 2018
With autumn around the corner, the odd maple tree has already begun changing colours in Sudbury. The...
Saturday - 1st September, 2018
New change room reflects the times
The Howard Armstrong Recreation Centre is the largest of five municipal fitness centres in Greater S...
Friday - 31st August, 2018
Search takes woman to Sudbury
Lisa Estall of Ottawa has made it her mission to find her father’s long-lost brother — a mission...
Thursday - 30th August, 2018
No vote, no casino?
Gordon Petch’s appeal record has been made public. In it, the lawyer for several of those appealin...
Wednesday - 29th August, 2018
Too close to developer?
The appeals to the Kingsway Entertainment District have been deemed valid and the parties will meet ...
Tuesday - 28th August, 2018
Old needles unsettling
An alleyway running beside Knox Presbyterian Church on Larch Street is creating a climate of fear fo...
Monday - 27th August, 2018
Boccia making comeback
After an absence of about 20 years, Lance Cryderman was determined to bring boccia ball back to Sudb...
Saturday - 25th August, 2018
It is stiff competition for the mayor’s seat at Tom Davies Square. Jeff Huska, an employee of Heal...
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