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Marceau decries media bias at mayor's debate

Marceau decries media bias at mayor's debate

The gloves came off Wednesday night at the North Bay and District Chamber of Commerce mayoral candidates debate. Lynne Bennett, Jeff Marceau, Vic Fedeli and Tim Wright participated in the event, held at the Clarion Resort-Pinewood Park.

OPP officer injured in collision

An Ontario Provincial Police officer in North Bay was injured in a three-vehicle collision today. Details can be found in the following OPP news release issued Wednesday evening at 6 p.m.: ............................................................
Canadian serial killers don't impress Americans

Canadian serial killers don't impress Americans

Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka may have become Canada’s most notorious serial killers, but they barely make it onto the “American Richter scale,” Pennsylvania criminal justice professor Scott Thornsley, left, says.

Mischief turns to arson (updated)

Mischief that got out of hand led to the fire Sunday at Fern Piche and Sons Ltd, the North Bay Police Service says.

Tessier acquitted in murder trial (Updated)

Jason Tessier is now a free man. The 30-year-old Sudbury resident was acquitted Tuesday evening of second-degree murder, following a three-week jury trial. The jury took nine hours to deliver its verdict. Tessier had pleaded not guilty to the charge.

Police support toy drive

The North Bay Police Service says drop-off locations are open now for the Jordan Foundation Toy Drive. Here is the news release from the service, delivered at 3:05 p.m.

Lot swap called "grave error"

Coun. Laurie Kidd said North Bay council made a “grave error” paying $189,000 for a one-third of an acre lot at the corner of First and Ferguson streets, shown above, that will be used for parking.

Murder trial jury hears closing arguments

Jason Tessier didn’t seek out Alex Levesque because he wanted to “tune him up,” Tessier’s lawyer Andrew Buttazzoni told the jury Monday at his client’s second-degree murder trial.

No help from council for Empire expansion

A Municipal Act clause prevents North Bay’s outgoing council from providing non-financial incentives to the company building the Empire Terrace Suites, city solicitor Michael Burke, left, told the Community Services Committee Monday night.

Why the police have charged Raymond Drouin

A North Bay man has been charged with fraud over $5,000 after allegedly siphoning off $945,000 from his employer.