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Stolen vehicle

The North Bay Police Service is investigating the theft of a 1990 white Plymouth Acclaim stolen from a driveway in the 200 block of King Street W.

Hotel fraud

The North Bay Police Service would like to caution the local business public concerning a recent fraud that took place in our area. An Indonesian tour group contacted a local hotel establishment.

Criminal harassment

A 36-year-old North Bay man has been charged after he allegedly called and followed a woman he knew between las November and now.

Mock applauds province and Rae report

The Liberal government should be given “accolades” for commissioning former Ontario premier Bob Rae to study the future of post-secondary education funding in the province. Rae released his report, Ontario: A Leader in Learning, Monday.

Miss Canadiana has North Bay exclusive

It was during a trip to North Bay, her first in Northern Ontario, that Camille Turner developed the idea for Miss Canadiana, a performance piece which challenges people’s concepts of what it means to be a Canadian.

Psych patient had history of suicide attempts, inquest told

A psychiatric patient at the North Bay Psychiatric Hospital received a conditional discharge from the facility six days after trying to commit suicide, a coroner’s inquest heard Monday.
<b>Cat rescued from Main Street fire(UPDATED)</b>

Cat rescued from Main Street fire(UPDATED)

Alisha Brown holds her pet cat Tommy, who was rescued from Brown's apartment following a fire there toight. Photo by Phil Novak,

Missing Napanee male may be in the North Bay area

Ontario Provincial Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a 53-year-old male that was last seen at his John Street apartment in Napanee on the morning of Tuesday, Feb. 1.

Hit with a pipe

The North Bay Police Service is looking for a man who allegedly used a metal pipe to strike another man. The incident took place Feb. 6 at approximately 1:30 AM when a male employee of the Moe-Ze-On-Inn was outside having a cigarette.

Porn charges filed against city man

A North Bay man has been charged with pornography-related charges. The charges stem from an investigation by detective-constables Greg McClenaghan and Barry Ramsay of the Investigative Division of the North Bay Police Service.