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Before you shut your cottage down, make sure you check all this

NEWS RELEASE HYDRO ONE ************************* As the leaves fall to the ground and summer comes to an end, it’s time to close down the cottage.

OPP charge driver for excessive speed

NEWS RELEASE ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE **************************** GOGAMA – An officer with the Gogama Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has charged a 68-year-old Val Caron, Ontario man as a result of a traffic stop on Highway

Pedestrian succumbs to injuries

Police say a pedestrian involved in a collision with a taxi cab on the weekend has succumbed to his injuries.

Local men have the chance to get their nails done

NEWS RELEASE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY, TIMMINS UNIT ************************** Men in our community have been given a mission to get their pink on in support of Breast Cancer Research! All women facing breast cancer have the support of other women.

Police report two creepy incidents

NEWS RELEASE TIMMINS POLICE SERVICE ************************* The Timmins Police Service is currently investigating two separate suspicious person reports involving two young females.
Mr. Weltz wears a chicken costume to school <b>(3 photos)</b>

Mr. Weltz wears a chicken costume to school (3 photos)

TimminsToday received the following message and photos from O'Gorman Intermediate Catholic School. ************************* Here are a few pictures of our event last week. Mr.

Police continue to investigate pedestrian collision

The Timmins Police Service says there has been no change in the condition of a 52-year-old male who was hospitalized with serious injuries after being struck by a taxi cab early Saturday morning "The investigation is ongoing and there have been

McInnis Sisters to present cheque for cancer fighter event

NEWS RELEASE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY, TIMMINS UNIT ************************** McInnis sisters will make cheque presentation for Canadian Cancer Society’s ‘Wheels of Hope’ program Maria & Julia McInnis along with Canadian Cancer

OPP charge ATV driver in collision investigation

NEWS RELEASE ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE ************************* COCHRANE –On July 20, 2014, members of the Cochrane Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) initiated an investigation after responding to a single Off Road Vehicle collision in the Silve

Pine Street South – Reduced to One Controlled Lane – Ditching from Tuesday October 7th to approximately Friday October 10th.

Starting Tuesday October 7th, a section of Pine Street South road, will be reduced to one lane, form the Sheridan Trailer Park to approximately the Cowboy Lake gate, will be […]