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Rota campaign chair "frustrated" by sign damage

The campaign chairman for federal Liberal candidate Anthony Rota says his election team is "frustrated" by sign damage.

Lack of expertise could cost $30,000 (Corrected)

City engineering staff “can’t give the answers” to properly fixing problems which led to a drinking water advisory in the Airport Road-Carmichael Drive area of North Bay, Coun. Tom Mason said Monday night.
Ouellette doubts highway "will ever get done"

Ouellette doubts highway "will ever get done"

Hwy 11 four-laning remains on track, and on schedule, Coun. Maureen Boldt said Nipissing MPP Monique Smith told her.

North Bay carousel book makes Top 10 list (UPDATED)

Independent Publisher online magazine has named a book about North Bay's carousel as one of its Top 10 for 2004. North Bay Heritage Carousel, written by Patty Fedeli and edited by Edna Scott, with photography by Ed Eng and design by Richard M.

Council preview

Nicky Ouellette waits for her turn to speak at Monday night's North Bay city council meeting.

Charges mounting against take-down suspects

Further charges have been laid against Michael Schmidt, one of two Ottawa-area men arrested Thursday during a police take-down at 392 Airport Road.

New staff sergeant named at NBPS

Staff Sgt. Heather Johnson says her promotion will help to crack the glass ceiling.
Ouellette "unimpressed" with Hwy 11 developments

Ouellette "unimpressed" with Hwy 11 developments

Nicky Ouellette says she's "unimpressed" with the latest developments regarding the four-laning of Hwy 11, and will let North Bay council know her feelings when she addresses them Monday night.
Big Brothers Dust Off Bases

Big Brothers Dust Off Bases

The North Bay Big Brothers Association hosted their 20th Annual Slow-Pitch Tournament this weekend to raise funds to help local area boys. “It helps with the ongoing activities for the kids.
Quints born 70 years ago today

Quints born 70 years ago today

Seventy years ago today Marie, Emilie, Cecile, Yvonne and Annette Dionne were born in a small Corbeil cottage. Better known as the Dionne Quintuplets, they became worldwide attractions. Annette and Cecile are the only surviving quints.