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Traffic stop results in arrest

Traffic stop results in arrest

North Bay Police News Release ******************* On the 7th of August 2007, the North Bay Police Service received information from Timmins Police Service and the Toronto Police Service that a male was traveling to the North Bay area that was involve
Merrick landfill project not all roses

Merrick landfill project not all roses

The Merrick landfill site is being used to burn methane and will soon be used to generate energy using a methane powered engine; it will create an environmentally sound secondary source of revenue for North Bay.
Tory visits ... again

Tory visits ... again

Provincial Conservative leader John Tory talks gas tax policy in North Bay. Provincial Conservative leader John Tory stopped by for a visit to the city today in check up on local candidate Bill Vrebosh and talk about his party’s platform.
Still time to scramble and ramble

Still time to scramble and ramble

NBGH Chief of Staff Dr. Joseph Madden thanks Kiwanis members for their dedication to the hospital project. It is not too late to register for the Kiwanis & Friends Scramble & Ramble Tuesday August 28th.
Man charged with assault bodily harm

Man charged with assault bodily harm

North Bay Police News Release ******************* On Saturday August 5th, at approximately 0300 am police responded to a disturbance call resulting from a house party on Manitou St.
Area sees 9 new fires in the last 24 hours

Area sees 9 new fires in the last 24 hours

MNR News Release ************************* Forest Fire situation report for Tuesday August 7th HIGHLIGHTS: - 9 new; 39 active fires - 407 fires; 7695.4 hectares to date since Apr.1st DETAILS: There have been 9 new fires in the last 24 hours.
The way it was supposed to be

The way it was supposed to be

photo submitted. Otter Lake Friends News Release ******************** On Sunday August 5th and Monday August 6th, over 100 people frolicked in the Otter Lake recreational lands.
Building stronger supports for victims of domestic violence

Building stronger supports for victims of domestic violence

file photo Linda Milne, Project Manager.
A booming “Summer in the Park”

A booming “Summer in the Park”

Summer truly was in the park as the sun beamed down for the official opening of the “Summer in the Park” long weekend festival.
Retired teachers eye One Kids Place

Retired teachers eye One Kids Place

file photo. The Retired Teachers of Ontario have elected One Kids Place as one of their special projects as they continue service to others. Full details contained in the submitted article from OKP below.