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Pedestrian struck on highway <b>(6 photos)</b>

Pedestrian struck on highway (6 photos)

A male pedestrian has been struck by an SUV on Highway 101 East, in South Porcupine.

 The incident occurred during the noon hour.

OPP to off-roaders: Slow down!

NEWS RELEASE ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE ************************* ORILLIA - A nine-year-old boy and a 17-year-old youth are among nine people who have died in recent off-road vehicle (ORV) incidents investigated by the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP).

Kobzar Park garden donors and volunteers recognized

NEWS RELEASE KOBZAR PARK REJUVENATION COMMITTEE ************************* The Kobzar Park Rejuvenation Committee would like to thank Heritage Paving and NISG for their substantial in-kind donation towards landscaping Kobzar Park.
Timmins Pride growing, says organizer <b>(6 photos)</b>

Timmins Pride growing, says organizer (6 photos)

Members and allies of the LGBTQ community were joined by their supporters including Mayor Steve Black, MPP Gilles Bisson, several local businesses and hundreds of participants in Hollinger Park for the second annual Timmins Pride Parade on Saturday.

Timmins man charged following fire

NEWS RELEASE TIMMINS POLICE SERVICE ************************* On Sunday, June 14, 2015 at approximately 12:20 p.m., police received a call regarding unknown persons in distress at an address on Windsor Avenue.

MADD congratulates graduating students

NEWS RELEASE MADD TIMMINS ************************* MADD Timmins would like to congratulate all this year's graduating high school students.

Sudbury woman found alive after week-long search

SUDBURY - Missing senior Gail Lynds was found alive and in good health, Sudbury police confirmed Sunday. Police also recovered her blue Dodge Caravan. There is no criminality suspected in this incident.

Fifty survivors celebrated during Relay for Life

Timmins held its annual Relay for Life event on Friday, June 12. With ten teams taking part and 50 survivors present, the evening went on successfully until midnight at O’Gorman High School.

New OPP commander for Temiskaming detachment

NEWS RELEASE ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE ************************* NEW LISKEARD – On June 5, 2015 a selection committee convened to select a Detachment Commander for the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Temiskaming Detachment.

Chief 'took law into his own hands' commission hears

The Ontario Civilian Police Commission sentencing hearing of Timmins Police Chief John Gauthier heard closing submissions Friday at the Holiday Inn in Timmins.