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Break and Enter In Geraldton

Break and Enter In Geraldton

GERALDTON, ON – August 11, 2014 the Greenstone Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) received a report of a residential break and enter in the area of Fourth Avenue Southeast in Geraldton. The investigation into this offence is ongoing at this time. Police are asking the public for [Read more]

Hearst Driver Charged For Speeding In Greenstone

Hearst Driver Charged For Speeding In Greenstone

DRIVER CHARGED FOR SPEEDING AT OR IN EXCESS OF 50KM/H OVER THE POSTED LIMIT GREENSTONE, ON – On August 10, 2014 a member of the Greenstone Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) observed a black Ford Explorer travelling east bound at a high rate of speed on Highway 11, west of Camp 25 Road. The police [Read more]

75 Years Of Fish And Game In Greenstone

75 Years Of Fish And Game In Greenstone

Geraldton Club Compiles Its History by Edgar J. Lavoie In May 1939, sporting people launched the Geraldton Fish and Game Association.  Seventy-five years later, Kenogamisis Fish and Game Conservation carries on the tradition. Monday, August 4th, the Fish and Game held an open house at its lodge [Read more]

DRIVER CHARGED: OVER LEGAL LIMIT OF ALCOHOL IN MVC CAUSING MAJOR INJURY

DRIVER CHARGED: OVER LEGAL LIMIT OF ALCOHOL IN MVC CAUSING MAJOR INJURY

GREENSTONE, ON – Tuesday July 1st, 2014 at 1:00 am officers from the Greenstone Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were notified of a motor vehicle collision that had occurred in the Greenstone area. The passenger of the vehicle Jordan MOSER a 22 year old male from Uxbridge, [Read more]

Superior-Greenstone Submits Balanced Budget to Ministry of Education

Superior-Greenstone Submits Balanced Budget to Ministry of Education

MARATHON, ON – Without knowing the outcome of the provincial election budget deliberations were made a little more difficult for the Superior-Greenstone District School Board but at its regular board meeting held June 23rd trustees approved a $37-million operating budget for 2014-2015. The budget [Read more]

COMMUNITY-WIDE BOIL WATER ADVISORY

COMMUNITY-WIDE BOIL WATER ADVISORY

GREENSTONE, ON - The Municipality of Greenstone is advising residents of a BOIL WATER ADVISORY for the community of GERALDTON - noting that:   “Residents are advised that a boil water advisory is currently in effect (dated June 28th on their website), due to a system-wide loss of [Read more]

Industrial Road Updates From Province/Municipality + Andrew Foulds “not familiar” w/Ind.Rd

Industrial Road Updates From Province/Municipality + Andrew Foulds “not familiar” w/Ind.Rd

NORTHWESTERN, ON – The Industrial Rd, a.k.a. Hwy 625 or Caramat Road, has been the subject of much lobbying, debate and buck passing since the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources quietly ended it’s maintenance of the Road in Spring of 2013 eventually resulting in the road becoming [Read more]

War Amps Helps Local Champ “Dive” Into Her Favourite Activity

War Amps Helps Local Champ “Dive” Into Her Favourite Activity

Addisyn in the pool with her new swim leg. Submitted photo. GERALDTON, ON – Being a left leg amputee hasn’t stopped Addisyn Franceschini, 7, of Geraldton, from living a full and active life. In fact, she can do everything everyone else can do, sometimes with the help of a special device. With [Read more]

Geraldton Knights Hockey Face Off Against Nunavut’s Whale Cove Whalers

CLICK PLAY in viewer above to watch special from: From SportsnetCanada Geraldton Composite High School’s hockey teams welcome the Whale Cove Whalers from Nunavunt. Article/Photos by Dan Robsen : Ten kids. 7,200 kilometres. One epic road trip. (clicking will take you to the post on [Read more]

Respiratory Illness Outbreak – John Owen Evans Residence (Geraldton)

Respiratory Illness Outbreak – John Owen Evans Residence (Geraldton)

GREENSTONE, ON - Officials at the Geraldton District Hospital and the Thunder Bay District Health Unit have declared an outbreak of a respiratory illness on the John Owen Evans Residence located at the Geraldton District Hospital. All admissions, transfers, discharges and social activities on the [Read more]

Northshore Stars Girls Bring Home Silver From Provincials!

Northshore Stars Girls Bring Home Silver From Provincials!

SCHREIBER, ON - The North Shore Stars just wrapped up another great season with a silver medal  finish at the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association Annual Provincial Tournament in Toronto from April 10th – 13th The Stars finished the round robin play with an impressive first place total points [Read more]

GERALDTON HOSPITAL HONOURS VOLUNTEERS

GERALDTON HOSPITAL HONOURS VOLUNTEERS

Volunteer Names Inscribed on Tree of Life by Edgar J. Lavoie GREENSTONE, ON – Monday,  April 7th, nearly 80 people gathered, in the lobby of the Geraldton District Hospital for its annual Volunteer Appreciation Social.  Hospital CEO Kurt Pristanskiat noted the significant increase of those [Read more]

Grenstone Snowfall Warning & Highway Closures Slow Travels On Northshore

Grenstone Snowfall Warning & Highway Closures Slow Travels On Northshore

NORTHSHORE/GREENSTONE, ON – Spring weather continues to make travelling difficult in the area as Highway 17 was closed earlier today due to thawing snow and ice. Highway 17 was closed to traffic at Terrace Bay to westbound traffic, and eastbound at Rainbow Falls because of water over the [Read more]

Infrastructure Improvements in Thunder Bay-Superior North

Infrastructure Improvements in Thunder Bay-Superior North

Ontario Government Building Stronger Communities, Creating Jobs  The Ontario Liberal government is investing more than $3 million to support improvements to three critical infrastructure projects in Thunder Bay-Superior North. The province is supporting these improvements through the Small, Rural [Read more]

WIND CHILL WARNING ; Manitouwadge, Hornepayne & Greenstone

WIND CHILL WARNING ; Manitouwadge, Hornepayne & Greenstone

11:16 AM EST Sunday 02 March 2014 Wind chill warning for Manitouwadge – Hornepayne - Geraldton – Longlac – Caramat - Nakina – Aroland – Pagwa Wind chill values in the minus 40S tonight and Monday morning. Temperatures are forecast to drop to near or below minus 30 [Read more]

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