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OPP charges person with impaired driving over the weekend

The OPP's festive R.I.D.E. program kicked off last Friday. Further information is included in the following news release issued today by the local OPP detachment: The Festive R.I.D.E.
Tattoo salutes veterans

Tattoo salutes veterans

During the evening of Saturday November 26th, North Bay got Tattooed TATTOO ORIGIN The name Tattoo originates from the military tradition of shutting off beer keg taps at the end of the evening.

Winter Driving Survival Kit

A message from the OPP Detachment Commander’s Message on Winter Driving Be Prepared, Be Safe! Noelville OPP Detachment Commander Acting Staff Sergeant Mike Frew is reminding all motorists that winter is again upon us.

Gunman arrested: morning police report

A gunman whose actions two weeks ago closed down part of Second Avenue and brought out the Emergency Response Team has been arrested. The North Bay Police Service had been seeking the 22-year-old suspect in connection with an incident Nov.

Cyberbullying serious insidious matter, Toronto lawyer says

Lawyer Eric Roher addresses the Symposium on Safe Schools, held recently in North Bay. Photo by Phil Novak,

Wait times strategy ahead of schedule, doctor in charge says

The province has had to build a system from scratch to manage surgery waiting times , and now work on the Ontario Wait Time Strategy has gone “way ahead” of schedule, says Dr. Alan Hudson, the strategy’s lead of access to services/wait times. Dr.
A Christmas stroll

A Christmas stroll

This patriotic snowman stands in front of a Main Street shop. It was on display during Friday night's Christmas stroll. Photo by Phil Novak,

Don't eat these bean sprouts

The North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit has issued a warning not to eat a certain brand of bean sprout.

Three-vehicle MVC closes Hwy 17 near Nairn Centre

Members from the OPP Detachments in Sudbury, Espanola and the Traffic and Marine Unit out of Sudbury have responded to a three-vehicle collision, which occurred on Highway 17 just east of Nairn Centre.

More Cops For City

The North Bay Police Service will hire four new police officers thanks to a Provincial program that will pay 100 per cent of their salaries and benefits.