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Do you wonder what your neighbors will be passing out this Halloween?… Hershey Foods did a telephone survey to find out everything you ever wanted to know about the spookiest day of the year…but were afraid to ask…Read on…if you dare…
City police news release…
The Sault Ste. Marie Police Service is reminding motorists that as of midnight on Friday night there is no parking of vehicles on city streets between midnight and 6 am. Under By-law 77-200 there is no parking on city streets between midnight and 6 am from November 1st, 2014 through to midnight on March 31st, 2015.
Persons who disobey this by-law will receive a $15 fine and may have their vehicle towed. If your vehicle is towed you then have the additional cost of the towing and storage fee at the compound.
Congratulations to Jennifer and Chris Tranberg who will be spending a week at the Sandals Grand Antigua Resort and Spa with Scott and Lou-Anne as they broadcast live the week of January 12th.
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A note from Sault Police Services that I thought could be of some help getting ready for the big night…
Supplied by City of Sault Ste. Marie…
(Sault Ste. Marie, ON) Tickets for Kids Charities has donated performance tickets for the Sault Ste. Marie Cirque du Soleil show Dralion on October 31 and November 2.
Tickets for Kids® (TFK) is a Pittsburgh based charity, which was established in 1994 with the goal to offer low-income children and families a chance to attend shows and performances.
TFK has partnered with City of Sault Ste. Marie Social Services Department and is providing 537 tickets for children and families in our community. Tickets have been distributed to children currently in foster care and low-income families.
Thanks to the generosity of TFK, many children and families will have the unique opportunity to attend this world class event.
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“Consumer Reports” uses the results of its reliability surveys to forecast how reliable the following year’s models will be. The publication’s predicted reliability for 2015 models …
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The Queen…Aaron (oops) Lewis and more…Read on..
Click below to watch new Sault Ste. Marie Mayor Christian Provenzano’s victory speech:
When it came to who will make up the rest of City Council, there were only a couple of new faces. Matthew Shoemaker and Judy Hupponen will represent Ward 3, while Ross Romano earned a seat for Ward 6, joining incumbent Joe Krmpotich. Nine incumbents will return to form the new City Council at City Hall. The list of winners last night included Steve Butland and Paul Christian in Ward 1, along with Susan Myers and Terry Sheehan in Ward 2. The closest race was in Ward 4, with incumbents Lou Turco and Rick Niro earning another term, edging out challengers Luke Dufour and 2006 Ward 4 rep Lorena Tridico by only a few hundred votes. The first meeting of the new council is scheduled for December 1st.