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Zoe's passport getting closer

North Bay Olympian Alison Herst knows the wheels of Haitian bureaucracy move slowly and sometimes need greasing, her boyfriend Stacy Jackson says. But an unexpected source has stepped in to help Herst bring her adopted daughter Zoe home. As baytoday.

Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week

Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week For November 6th, 2003 Near North Crime Stoppers and the North Bay Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance with a break and enter and theft which occurred at North-Tech Ceramic Tile on Hammond Street in Nor

New commander wants improved communications

The new regional commander for the Ontario Provincial Police North East Region says his police service has to be accountable and responsible to the community.

Winter storm "troublesome" for works crews

Snow, ice and wind made the winter storm which hit North Bay “troublesome” for city works crews, said director of public works Brian Baker. “We’re not into full winter operation yet, and we’re short a few people,” Baker said.

OPP call centre "crazy" from winter storm calls

It usually takes Tim Foster about 20 minutes to get to work from his Astorville home. But Tuesday morning the Ontario Provincial Police sergeant spent almost 90 minutes on the road before making it into the North East Region headquarters.

Prison sentence for hit and run driver (adds Borden comments )

An Ontario Superior Court judge says Michael Phillips showed a “callous disregard” for the well being of Keven Borden, pictured left, following the accident which claimed the life of the 23-year-old Callander resident.
Winter has snow business coming early <b>(Updates highway closures)</b>

Winter has snow business coming early (Updates highway closures)

It hardly seems fair, but Old Man Winter appears to have made a premature appearance this year in North Bay, with his calling card having arrived early Tuesday morning.
Burrows says goodbye

Burrows says goodbye

A number of events, “both good and bad,” occurred during Jack Burrows’ tenure heading North Bay council, and the outgoing mayor highlighted them Monday night in his last meeting before political retirement.

City debt reduced

North Bay treasurer Brian Rogers says the city could actually end up with a slight surplus by the end of the year.

Parking bylaw passed

North Bay council has approved a two-hour parking restriction for the 100 block of First Avenue East. The restriction, which council passed Monday night at its final meeting, will be in effect between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.