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Tough and totalling times for Toyota trucks

Tough and totalling times for Toyota trucks

North Bay emergency crews were kept busy Thursday, as cold and rainy weather combined to make driving along city streets treacherous. The Toyota truck above was involved in an accident near the Judge Avenue side of the overpass.
Golf Course Road, 10:30 a.m.

Golf Course Road, 10:30 a.m.

A woman was taken to hospital with minor injuries following a single motor vehicle accident this morning on Golf Course Road. The woman lost control of her Toyota 4x4 and smashed into a tree with such force the vehicle's airbags were deployed.
<b>Fire leaves tenants homeless (updated)</b>

Fire leaves tenants homeless (updated)

Fire has destroyed an apartment house at 221 Fifth Ave. E in North Bay, leaving six people homeless. The North Bay Fire Department received the call around 5:30 this morning, said chief fire prevention officer Paul Aultman.

Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week

Near North Crime Stoppers Box 382 North Bay, ON P1B 8H5 Call Toll free 1-800-222-TIPS or 476-8477 Fax 476-1784 Crime of the Week For December 11th, 2003: Near North Crime Stoppers and the Mattawa Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police are seekin

Coke bust

A North Bay man faces drugs and weapons charges after being arrested by police Wednesday.
<b>Christmas comes early for the Hersts (includes more photos)</b>

Christmas comes early for the Hersts (includes more photos)

Christmas came early for Linda Herst this year, and her daughter Alison and husband Paul delivered the present of a lifetime.

Prenatal classes cancelled

The North Bay and District Health Unit has cancelled tonight's prenatal classes due to current weather conditions. The classes have been rescheduled for Mond. Dec. 15, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the health unit. For further information call 474-1400 xt 285.

All clear on 11

Ontario Provincial Police have reopened the southbound lane of Hwy 11 between Seymour Street and Hwy 654. OPP had closed the northbound and southbound lanes of the highway around 11 a.m.
<b>Alison and Zoe: "We made it!"</b>

Alison and Zoe: "We made it!"

Alison Herst has delivered an early Christmas present to her father Paul and mother Linda: their new grandchild Zoe.

Part of highway reopened

Hwy 11 northbound has just been reopened by the Ontario Provincial Police. Northbound and southbound lanes of the highway closed between Seymour Street and Hwy 654 around 11 this morning following a series of accidents.