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Accident victim in intensive care

A 46-year-old man who was struck by a motor vehicle remains in intensive care at the North Bay General Hospital. John Donaldson, of Lakeheights Road, was crossing the street at Cassells and Second Avenue when he was hit. Cst.

ASP backwards

A North Bay man has been charged after North Bay Police Service constables discovered he was carrying a collapsible metal club known as an ASP baton.

Council Preview

Coming later this morning on BayToday.ca: North Bay city council's General Government Committee has approved the rezoning of former CN rail lands now owned by Renaissance Development Corporation.

Taypayers could be "on the hook" for CA debt: Smith

Nipissing MPP Monique Smith and Mayor Vic Fedeli meet with local reporters Friday. Photo by Phil Novak.

Overreaction

A 33-year-old North Bay man has been charged after an incident which occurred while he was driving on McIntyre Street E Friday. The man was given the finger by another motorist.

"Concern and disappointment"

Here is a letter sent by Derek Shogren, president of the North Bay and District Chamber of Commerce, to Mike Prosser, Air Canada's manager of provincial government and community relations.
Boldt babies baptized

Boldt babies baptized

Emilie,(L) Brianna (C) and Micheline Boldt, triplets who were born prematurely at the North Bay General Hospital May 27, are thriving today. The girls were baptized this morning. Photos and photo montage by Phil Novak.
Yuk Yuk Yuk :-)

Yuk Yuk Yuk :-)

On Saturday night, a group of friends and I went to Hugo Crazy's Niteclub to see some Yuk Yuk stand up comedy. I was truly impressed. Hugo's reminded me of a stand up comedy club out of New York.
<b>Pictures of a bank robber</b>

Pictures of a bank robber

A man wearing a grey t-shirt and baseball cap is captured on camera using a handgun to rob the CIBC branch on Algonquin Street. Photo submitted by North Bay Police Service.

Smog advisory issued

A smog advisory has been issued for the Nipissing area by the Ontario Environment Ministry. During the smog episode, individuals may experience eye irritation.