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Human bones found: morning police report

An autopsy will be conducted in Toronto this morning to try to identify human skeletal remains. The remains were located by the North Bay Police Service early Sunday evening in a wooded area off Gormanville Road. The investigation is ongoing by Det.
Kids Help Phone Gets Needed Help

Kids Help Phone Gets Needed Help

Louise Erven, Event Organizer, enjoys a moment at 3rd annual event Local telecommunications company TeleTech Canada is hosting their 3rd annual fundraising charity slow-pitch tournament this weekend, with the proceeds going to the local chapter of Th
Pam Day winner performs at Heritage Festival

Pam Day winner performs at Heritage Festival

Ben Hermann performs on the mainstage at the North Bay Heritage Festival. Photo by Steve Clarke - RePercussion Drumshop, Special to BayToday.ca.
Baby Parade

Baby Parade

The Indian Friendship Centre’s Children’s Program hosted the 2nd annual Baby Parade Friday at the Northgate Square. Families decorated strollers in varied themes to parade around the mall.

Restricted Fire Zone Lifted

The province has lifted the restricted fire zone for most of Northeastern Ontario.

Smith appointed to reform committee

Nipissing MPP Monique Smith has been appointed to a select committee on electoral reform.

Police chase stolen van

North Bay Police Service officers pursued a stolen white Dodge Caravan up Thibeault Hill at 6 AM Thursday, but called the chase off due to dangerous driving conditions and concern for the public.

Boil Water Advisory for Verner

Dr. Catherine Whiting, Medical Officer of Health, has issued a boil water advisory, effective 8:00 AM August 5, 2005 (Friday) for all residents of Verner. The order is for all residents who draw water from the Municipal water system.

DIA Announces New Manager

North Bay native, Jeff Serran, is in full swing in his first week of work as the new manager of the North Bay Downtown Improvement Association.

Hwy 17 at Garden River Re-Opened

Highway 17 west at Garden River has been re-opened following a fatal car accident today at 2:45 p.m. The Sault Ste. Marie detachment of the OPP is seeking assistance from any one who witnessed the collision.