2 hrs ago
Drug investigation leads to four arrests
The Chippewa County Sheriff's Office and the Sault Ste. Marie Police Department began the drug investigation earlier this week.
9 hrs ago
Arctic Air Expands
First check out the huge storm surge from the 60 mph winds from a deep low pressure system pushing water towards the shoreline of Germany and Denmark.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
United Fish and Game Club lobbies for inclusion of Island in spring bear hunt project
The United Fish and Game Clubs of Manitoulin want Manitoulin and Cockburn Islands included in the spring bear hunt pilot project.
Completely Isolated: Dec 5, 1822
Henry Rowe Schoolcraft was the first Indian agent in the Lake Superior district.
A hip way to celebrate 10 years
The first time SooToday.com saw guitarist Paul Langlois on stage was during the Tragically Hip's first performance in Sault Ste.
Auto hose manufacturer heads to Sault Ste. Marie
Sault Ste. Marie - A start-up company has chosen Sault Ste. Marie as the location of a plant that will manufacture a type of braided hose used in the auto industry.
Celebrating St. Nick and his three golden balls
The pawn industry has experienced a revival within the last decade due to the popularity of reality television shows depicting pawnshops as welcoming, honest establishments frequented by anyone, regardless of wealth or status.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
More help with energy costs on the way, says Minister
Ontario Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli, in a teleconference Wednesday, touted the provincial government's updated Long-Term Energy Plan, "Achieving Balance," as a 20-year plan that will provide "reliable, clean and affordable" energy for Ontarians.
Shopping with Cops a bonding opportunity for children, police
Const. Brenda Sarafin dishes out some syrup for her shopping buddy, 11-year-old Jasmine, who was one of 24 youth participating in the sixth annual Shopping with Cops event on Dec. 4. Photo by Arron Pickard.
Flood outlook for today and tomorrow
The Sault Ste. Marie Region Conservation Authority has issued a Flood Outlook Statement for emergency responders and residents in regard to current watershed conditions.
Are Saultites losing grip on knobs?
The door knob is about to become as obsolete in one major Canadian city as the rotary dial telephone, the penny, and the incandescent light bulb.
Jennifer and Gladys are back
Jennifer Sarlo will continue in her role as Chair of the Board while Gladys Wiggins will continue in her role as Vice Chair as both were acclaimed at the Inaugural Meeting.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Sault Police Chief Bob Davies retiring
After 37 years of service, Sault Ste. Marie Police Service Chief Bob Davies will be retiring effective June 30, 2014.
Santa makes a date with Soup Kitchen's kids
Exit Realty Lake Superior, Real Estate Brokerage, is pleased to announce the first annual Exit Children's Christmas Party to benefit the children of Sault Ste.
City to study opening a pet cemetery on Second Avenue
Defying Stephen King and the lessons from his famous book, staff at Greater Sudbury are studying the idea of opening a pet cemetery in Greater Sudbury.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Sault Ste. Marie takes its gaming seriously
City Council approved a resolution at its Monday meeting to allow the Sault Ste.
Over $67,000 raised for Rotary Youth Projects
If you know of any unsung do-gooders that deserve some recognition for making a difference in our community, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with information and pictures, and you could be featured next time! Pictured: Rotary Club and Bell representatives presented Royal Purple Elks with a certificate and moose stuffy and the Greyhounds did autographs ... (more)
Warning of fraudulent canvasser
The Canadian Diabetes Association is warning Sault Ste. Marie residents to be cautious of a female door-to-door canvasser who claims to be representing the charitable organization.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
The Toronto Star
Victims brace for murderer-rapist's application for day parole: DiManno
The frenzied crime spree by Peter John Peters spread from London to Sarnia to Chatham to St. Catharines to Sault Ste.
Jacobs beats hometown Stoughton at Roar of the Rings
Ontario's Brad Jacobs upset hometown favourite Jeff Stoughton 7-4 on Sunday's opening day of the Canadian Curling Trials.