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Police chief issues statement on allegations

Police chief issues statement on allegations

Timmins Police Chief John Gauthier issued a statement today declining comment on an Ontario Civilian Police Commission investigation into Police Service Act allegations against him. The Ontario Civilian Police Commission held a hearing Dec. 4.
Melville the elf wants your new (and gently-used) books

Melville the elf wants your new (and gently-used) books

NEWS RELEASE TIMMINS PUBLIC LIBRARY *************************** During the month of December, the Timmins Public Library is collecting new and gently-used books for children and teens to help Northern College’s Let’s ROAR (Reach Out and R
Timmins Police sing 12 days of Christmas (VIDEO)

Timmins Police sing 12 days of Christmas (VIDEO)

The TImmins Police Service has revealed a special holiday project that officers have been working on - a special performance of 12 Days of Christmas.
City staff propose 'aggressive' water rate increase. Council boils over

City staff propose 'aggressive' water rate increase. Council boils over

At Monday night’s city council meeting, a recommendation proposed by the public utilities department left many in the room near the boiling point.
Iroquois Falls mayor: We need to be creative, proactive

Iroquois Falls mayor: We need to be creative, proactive

IROQUOIS FALLS – Iroquois Falls is losing its primary employer and long-time forest mill, Resolute Forest Productes, but there remains hope the town will survive through it.
Sacred Heart students give to Stan Fowler telethon (3 photos)

Sacred Heart students give to Stan Fowler telethon (3 photos)

TimminsToday received the following message and photos from the Northeastern Catholic District School Board regarding the Stan Fowler Telethon.
MPP calls for heat to stay on at closed mill

MPP calls for heat to stay on at closed mill

NEWS RELEASE JOHN VANTHOF, NDP MPP ***************************** QUEEN'S PARK – During Question Period today John Vanthof, NDP MPP for Temiskaming-Cochrane, called on the government to keep the heat on at the Iroquois Falls paper mill to pr
Town outsources water plant operations

Town outsources water plant operations

KIRKLAND LAKE - The operation of Kirkland Lake's water treatment plant will be contracted out beginning January 2015.
New clothing store set to open with a charitable twist

New clothing store set to open with a charitable twist

After five years of business in the Ottawa area, Paul Mascaro is returning to his hometown. His company, Skoser Clothing is set to open its new retail and custom printing shop in South Porcupine later this week.
RIDE check leads to drug charge

RIDE check leads to drug charge

NEWS RELEASE ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE **************************** KIRKLAND LAKE – Members of the Kirkland Lake Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have charged a man with Possession of a Controlled Substance and Driving Motor Vehicle with Unseale