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Close Call on Trout Lake Road

One North Bay woman is counting her lucky stars tonight after walking away, uninjured, from an accident which could have been much worse.
<b>Accident sends one person to Hospital</b>

Accident sends one person to Hospital

A mid-afternoon accident, around three o’clock this afternoon, at the intersection of O'Brien and High has sent one woman to hospital with undetermined injuries.
Crime Stoppers and North Bay Hydro Announce Partnership

Crime Stoppers and North Bay Hydro Announce Partnership

At a press conference held this morning Near North Crime Stoppers and North Bay Hydro announced that they are combining efforts to stop Marijuana grow operations.

City takes North Bay Hydro back

Mayor Vic Fedeli says that the changes come after the HOLDCO board (City Council) received a letter from the DISTCO board (former Hydro Board).
City to donate surplus Computers to Non-Profit Groups

City to donate surplus Computers to Non-Profit Groups

City of North Bay Councilor Mike Anthony and Mayor Vic Fedeli announced this morning that the City of North Bay will be donating 35 surplus computers to North Bay non-profit groups with the following release.

Bank robber-volunteer project leader sentenced

Frederick "Craig" Johnson, who had been hired as a project leader at the Volunteer Centre of the Blue Sky Region, has been sentenced Feb. 25 to 12 years for eight bank robberies he committed in the Metro Toronto Area.

Walton gone as hydro chair

Wholesale changes have been made at North Bay Hydro. More information is included in the following news release: NORTH BAY HYDRO DISTRIBUTION LIMITED At the February 16, 2004 meeting of Board of Directors of North Bay Hydro Holdings Ltd.

Capitol Centre will transform into Hogwarts this March

This March all young, aspiring, area witches and wizards are invited to a day of most magical fun, Harry Potter style at the Capitol Centre.
EyeGO makes its debut in North Bay

EyeGO makes its debut in North Bay

The Capitol Centre has just unveiled its latest initiative. EyeGO , a program which was initially started in Waterloo, Ontario helps make it easier for High-School students to access the arts.
Belinda  speaks French

Belinda speaks French

Conservative Party of Canada leadership hopeful Belinda Stronach was in North Bay this morning and spoke to about 100 people. She was in the city as part of a whirlwind Northern Ontario tour.