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Couple charged for allegedly arranging clients for teenagers

Prostitution does exist in North Bay, a city police detective says, even though there aren’t any hookers walking the streets.

Berrigan's pot thoughts

It will be back to "business as usual" for the North Bay Police Service in its enforcement of Canada’s marijuana laws, says police chief George Berrigan.

How this murder victim died

Alex Levesque died from blunt force trauma and close head injury, a forensic pathologist told the jury in the trial of Jason Richard Tessier.

Who has to boil their water and why

Thorne residents have been advised they now have to boil their water. Dr. Catharine Whiting, Medical Officer of Health for the North Bay and District Health Unit, issued a boil-water advisory Wednesday.

Bennett to open campaign headquarters

Deputy Mayor Lynne Bennett officially opens her campaign office Thursday at 5 p.m. at 126 Main Street. She will give a speech at 5:30 p.m. and take questions after that. Bennett was the first candidate to announce a run at the mayor's job.

Vic wants to go to sell

If voters give Vic Fedeli the thumbs-up as North Bay's new mayor, he says he'll get out there and "sell, sell, sell." The 47-year-old retired marketing executive says he has no desire "to put my hands in the kitchen at city hall.

Roll of money found in murder victim's pocket

Ambulance attendants tried to revive Alex Levesque with a defibrulator even though the North Bay man appeared to be dead, a jury heard Tuesday.

Backbencher goes to front of local record book

Bob Wood calls himself one of the most common guys in the House of Commons. But the long-time Nipissing MP has just broken a record for serving an uncommonly long amount of time in parliament.

A break on licensing fees requested

The city will consider temporarily lowering bingo hall licensing fees when the new non-smoking bylaw is implemented Dec. 31, Deputy Mayor Lynne Bennett says.

What Lynne Bennett thinks about ABC pay

Agencies, boards and commissions should decide whether to pay their appointees rather than city council, Deputy Mayor Lynne Bennett says.