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Hearst man arrested after allegedly brandishing 'edged weapon' at police

Hearst man arrested after allegedly brandishing 'edged weapon' at police

Police say the male charged at police. He got tased
Child finds used syringe

Child finds used syringe

Here's what to do if it happens to you, say police
Five suspects wanted in LCBO swarming

Five suspects wanted in LCBO swarming

Timmins Police Service and Crime Stoppers need your help to solve a theft from an LCBO store in Timmins
Ontario commits support to Attawapiskat

Ontario commits support to Attawapiskat

Ontario government response to crisis in Attawapiskat
<b>Provincial Affairs:</b> Harassment fight fuels legal rift at OPSEU

Provincial Affairs: Harassment fight fuels legal rift at OPSEU

It's labour lawyer versus labour professor
You didn't use enough electricity this winter, so prices are going up

You didn't use enough electricity this winter, so prices are going up

New prices take effect May 1
Kirkland Lake Gold says first quarter 'solid'

Kirkland Lake Gold says first quarter 'solid'

Kirkland Lake Gold announces total gold production of 69,464 ounces for the first quarter of 2016 from the Macassa and East Timmins Operations
<b>Letter:</b> Can you put a price tag on volunteering? Yes: $655,152

Letter: Can you put a price tag on volunteering? Yes: $655,152

Village Media received the following letter to the editor from Connie Witty for the Ontario Trillium Foundation volunteers
New Pay and Display units effective May 2

New Pay and Display units effective May 2

A Pay and Display unit is a kiosk that replaces, on average, six to eight individual parking meters on a street
Lord's Kitchen gets some dough

Lord's Kitchen gets some dough

TimminsToday received the following messages and photos from the Lord's Kitchen regarding recent donations