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OPP looking for federal inmate with Northern ties (update: found)

NEWS RELEASE ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE ************************* 11 a.m.

Learning disabilities conference to be streamed to College

NEWS RELEASE NORTHERN COLLEGE ************************* Parents and educators in Timmins and area will be able to virtually attend the keynote address of the Learning Disabilities Association of Sudbury’s first-ever regional conference, thanks

What are you doing Thursday afternoon?

TimminsToday received the following notice from the Canadian Blood Services regarding a shortage for their blood donor clinic.

Now with pedometers and in-house Scrabble

One of the City of Timmins’ greatest jewels, the Timmins Public Library on Second Avenue, is celebrating 10 years of service to the community.

Crime of the week

NEWS RELEASE CRIME STOPPERS ************************* Crime Stoppers and the Timmins Police Service need your help to identify a suspect responsible for stealing several items from a vehicle. Sometime between 4 p.m. on the 18th of April and 8:30 a.m.
Local woman turns into bird <b>(7 photos)</b>

Local woman turns into bird (7 photos)

It will be three years this April that I first ventured into cosplay and it was Northern Ontario Expo, our local comic con, which finally gave me that push to take the deep plunge into the world of costumes and costume making.

Who wants to be chief for a day?

NEWS RELEASE TIMMINS POLICE SERVICE ************************* The Timmins Police Service will once again celebrate National Police Week from May 10-16, 2015 with various activities, including the second annual Chief for a Day contest.

Chamber says federal budget good for local businesses

NEWS RELEASE TIMMINS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ************************* With proposed investments in workforce training, infrastructure, and reduction of small business taxes, the 2015 federal budget holds promise for local businesses, according to the Ti

Degree of bullying in recent case unusual, say police

Timmins Police have laid several criminal charges against a 13-year old Timmins youth following reports of several incidents related to bullying at a local school.

Is university campus push still alive?

Timmins continues to look for ways to diversify its economy and the idea of higher education was once again brought up at city hall last Monday.