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Sock Hop

Sock Hop

Photos courtesy of Angela Johnston It was a moment in time Friday night as 550 people attended a weekend Sock Hop at West Ferris Arena and rekindled their inner teenager.

One impaired driver in motor vehicle collision

A 25-year-old Etobikoke man was charged with impaired driving after he rolled his white 2001 Honda Prelude on Highway 654, Nipissing Township.

Suspicious death in Eldee

An autopsy will be held in Toronto to determine the cause of death of an Eldee man. The man was discovered in an Eldee home Sunday morning, and there were no vital signs.

Young and violent: morning police report

Two teenagers have been arrested and charged following a violent incident early this morning. The North Bay Police Service alleges that hortly after 3 AM an argument ensued between two groups of youths at Sherbrooke and McIntyre Streets.

Police Chief Reaches Out South of the Border

Like millions of Canadians, North Bay Police Chief Paul Cook, has been watching in disbelief as the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina unfolds south of the border.


For the second time in the last two days Canadians have had to dig a little deeper in their pockets to scrape extra pennies together when facing the pumps.
Student Ambassadors

Student Ambassadors

The Waterfront and downtown streets have felt a safer this summer thanks largely to the Canadore student Ambassador program.

School Board Contracts

The Near North District School Board held a special meeting Tuesday to ratify a 2 year contract with its 130 clerical and technical support staff, in all 5 contracts have been settled with the board’s employees.

Police investigating sudden death

The North Bay Police Service is presently investigating the sudden death of a 48-year-old male that occurred on Regina Street Thursday. An autopsy will be conducted tomorrow morning, though at this point police do not suspect foul play. BayToday.

Uncontrollable: city police report

On Sept. 1 shortly after 7:30 PM, Cst. Shawn Devine of the North Bay Police Service received a call to attend a Callander residence in regards to a disturbance.