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Police tackle theft of football jersey

A football jersey autographed by Mike O'Shea, the North Bay-born member of the Toronto Argonauts, has been stolen.

Nipissing university student chosen for African seminar

A North Bay university student is one of five from Ontario to be selected to attend an offshore seminar.
<b>Swan-release biologist to receive Order of Canada (Updated)</b>

Swan-release biologist to receive Order of Canada (Updated)

Harry Lumsden, who founded the Ontario Trumpeter Swan Restoration Program, will become a member of the Order of Canada.

Swan-release biologist to receive Order of Canada

Harry Lumsden, the legendary Ontario biologist who founded the Ontario Trumpeter Swan Restoration Program, will become a member of the Order of Canada.

Serre retires

Ben Serre says he’s left the Timiskaming-Cochrane riding a better place than it was when he was first elected in 1993. Serre officially announced his retirement from federal politics today, a day earlier than he had said he would.

Chirico: province must fund mandated health programs

Deputy-mayor Peter Chirico wants the Ontario Health and Long Term Care Ministry to fund local programs it mandates, “totally, absolutely and that’s it.

Public system secondary teachers say first budget "critical"

Secondary school teachers from the Near North District School Board say the Ontario Liberal government's first budget will be a critical part in rebuilding public school education.

Candidate adds Grit ex-prez to team

A candidate for the Nipissing-Timiskaming federal Liberal nomination has added a new supporter to his team. Details are included in the following news release issued today at 10:20 a.m.

Sexaul assault victims held down by woman, police say

An 18-year-old North Bay woman and a 34-year-old North Bay man have been charged after being arrested in connection with several sexual assaults over the last eight months.
Law and Order North Bay-style

Law and Order North Bay-style

A public meeting at the committee meeting of council Monday night turned it to a bit of a Law and Order episode, with a “surprise” witness showing up with a key piece of evidence.