Hounds drop overtime decision
Hounds drop overtime decision
The Owen Sound Attach claimed a 2-1 victory in overtime over the Soo Greyhounds Friday night at the Essar Centre.
Apartment fire downtown; and minus 40 weather coming our way
Apartment fire downtown; and minus 40 weather coming our way
A brief look at some of the stories being worked on today from the newsrooms of Local2.ca and SooToday.com.
Saultite selling Lambo for half a million dollars; and this mountain of snow can't stop bingo lovers
Saultite selling Lambo for half a million dollars; and this mountain of snow can't stop bingo lovers
The large price tag on a local luxury car, and a snowy trek to the bingo hall are both trending on social media in Sault Ste. Marie this week.
Our love day story: Evelyn and Raymond, 73 years together
Our love day story: Evelyn and Raymond, 73 years together
With Valentine's Day almost upon us, who better to reflect on life and love with than Evelyn and Raymond Richards, who have been married for 73 years.
24 charges laid in break-ins; what 73 years of marriage looks like
24 charges laid in break-ins; what 73 years of marriage looks like
A brief look at some of the stories being worked on today from the newsrooms of Local2.ca and SooToday.com.
In conversation with a Sheepdog
In conversation with a Sheepdog
The Sheepdogs played a sold out show at the Machine Shop on February 9. Tuned had the opportunity to talk with bass player Ryan Gullen prior to the show about his Sault ties and what keeps the band playing.
Essar up for sale; and three numbers you need to know
Essar up for sale; and three numbers you need to know
A brief look at some of the stories being worked on today from the newsrooms of Local2.ca and SooToday.com.
Sault cops shock drivers when they're pulled over for this
Sault cops shock drivers when they're pulled over for this
In one of our biggest community-wide Random Acts of Kindness yet, we asked our local police services to lend a hand to distribute $5,000 in gift cards to Saultites. 
Blue Jays dig up concrete for new all-dirt infield
Blue Jays dig up concrete for new all-dirt infield
The Toronto Blue Jays are removing sections of the Rogers Centre floor to fill in an all-dirt infield. Head groundskeeper Tom Farrell says the Jays decided to make the changes after the CFL's Argonauts moved to BMO Field.
Airport sees record numbers; what to call when you need support
Airport sees record numbers; what to call when you need support
A brief look at some of the stories being worked on today from the newsrooms of Local2.ca and SooToday.com.