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Sudbury gets second MRI machine

Sudbury gets second MRI machine

'We have patients coming here for MRI appointments at 3 a.m. They’re often travelling long distances in harsh conditions'
Drunk driver arrested going wrong way on Highway 400

Drunk driver arrested going wrong way on Highway 400

Police received several urgent calls reporting that a vehicle was driving northbound in the southbound lanes
Repeat offender charged with luring

Repeat offender charged with luring

Two counts of failing to comply with prohibition regarding children among charges
Driver blows impaired...in an LCBO parking lot

Driver blows impaired...in an LCBO parking lot

Yesterday during the noon hour they received a complaint from a concerned citizen
ATV and dirt bike among items stolen in West Nipissing

ATV and dirt bike among items stolen in West Nipissing

$40,000 theft in West Nipissing
Suspected Purple Fentanyl seized in Temiskaming Shores

Suspected Purple Fentanyl seized in Temiskaming Shores

Once inside the OPP located and seized a substantial quantity of suspected Purple Fentanyl with a street value of approximately $15,600, stolen property, over $1,800 in cash and drug paraphernalia
Health Sciences North admits first COVID-19 positive patient

Health Sciences North admits first COVID-19 positive patient

The patient was given a mask to wear upon entering the hospital and was immediately taken to an isolation room where the patient was cared for and swabbed
New provincial funding will support food banks, homeless shelters and individuals

New provincial funding will support food banks, homeless shelters and individuals

The funding is intended to help a diverse range of vulnerable people in Nipissing
Police seeking a suspect in business break and enter

Police seeking a suspect in business break and enter

Entry was gained by breaking a window at the rear of the business
Seniors getting preferred shopping at pot store

Seniors getting preferred shopping at pot store

Starting tomorrow, Saturday, March 28, local seniors will get the first crack at supplies at Tokyo Smoke in the Nipissing Plaza. The first hour of shopping (10a.m.-11a.m.) is for seniors only.