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Prosecutor questions housing corporation's inspections UPDATED

The Nipissing District Housing Corporation conducted inspections of the Edgewater apartment building more with “cosmetics and good housekeeping" in mind than safety, Bill Brunton, the prosecutor in the case against the corporation, told a justice of
Ski hill will open for season: McDonald

Ski hill will open for season: McDonald

About 75 people attended a meeting at Jack Pine Hill Wednesday night to offer their suggestions for saving the ski hill. Photo by Phil Novak.

Handyman crooks

Tools appear to have been targets in two separate incidents reported by the North Bay Police Service Wednesday morning.

SOSH meeting tonight

The Save Our Ski Hill comittee will be having a public meeting at 7 tonight at the upper chalet (Jack Pine Hill)looking for input and volunteers.

"My sanctuary, my backyard"

Here is a poem written by 14-year-old Stephanie Robinson, conveying her feelings about the possible sale of the Ethel Street road allowance, which now provides greenspace and parkland for residents in the Campbell Avenue-Whitney Avenue neighbourhood.
"I do wish to cry," young poet tells council

"I do wish to cry," young poet tells council

Neighbours in the Whitney-Campbell avenues area don't want the city to sell the Ethel Street road allowance they now use as parkland and greenspace. Photo by Phil Novak.
Run Adam run <b>(UPDATED)</b>

Run Adam run (UPDATED)

Canadian Olympian Perdita Felicien, the world's fastest female hurdler, was in North Bay today for a tribute to Adam Newton, (L) a West Ferris Secondary School student who recently won the Fastest Kid in Canada crown.

Condensed Council

Mayor Vic Fedeli reaffirmed North Bay's commitment of $1 million a year for 20 years to the North Bay Regional Health Centre.

Festival SWOT team ready for feedback

The North Bay Heritage Festival and Grant Forest Products Air Show has now lost $313,000 over the last two years.

More red ink for Heritage Festival

The 2004 North Bay Heritage Festival and Grant Forest Products airshow has lost $227,478, a report to council tonight revealed.