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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 Dec. 16.

E-licence options now available for anglers and hunters

The Ontario government says it's delivering more efficient customer service with the launch of E-licence options for anglers and hunters. Further information is included in the following news release issued at 11 a.m.

Racetrack/slots proposal moves to next level

An aerial view of the proposed Nipissing Raceway. The fate of a proposed racetrack and slots facility now rests in the hands of North Bay council and, to a degree, the Ontario government.

Santa Fund needs helpers

Volunteers help prepare food baskets for the Santa Fund in this file photo taken last December. Photo by Phil Novak.

Girl with a knife

A 16-year-old North Bay girl has been charged with weapons-related charges following an incident Wednesday night. The incident began around 10 p.m.

Cab fares likely rising

Cab fares in the city could be on the way up after the North Bay Police Services Board increased fees the taxi industry must pay to the board.

PAC approves racetrack/slot facility rezoning request

A public meeting about a proposed racetrack and slots facility in North Bay could be held as early as Jan. 24, Coun. Dave Mendicino says.
<b>Runaway bus smashes into cars (Complete photo gallery added))</b>

Runaway bus smashes into cars (Complete photo gallery added))

This city bus rolled backwards across Shirreff Avenue this morning. Photo by Phil Novak. A city transit bus rolled backward across Shirreff Avenue this morning smashing into five cars. Witnesses said there was no driver in the bus as it rolled back.

Poacher fined

A Northern Ontario angler has been fined for poaching and burning.
Hockey Strike! What hockey strike? No strike for us!

Hockey Strike! What hockey strike? No strike for us!

For thousands of parents across the country there is no hockey strike; this year or any other year....ever. We attend the game because we love to see our children play. They learn, they have fun, they grow.