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What Robert Leggett got for his hour-long joy ride

A 21-year-old Powassan man who lead police on a one-hour highway chase has been sentenced to two years less a day in jail, and received a 10-year driving prohibition.

Will he or won't he? Al let's us know tomorrow.

Former Nipissing MPP Al McDonald will likely announce his intention to seek the federal Conservative nomination for the Nipissing-Timiskaming riding.

Hargreaves new ONTC chair Updated

Ted Hargreaves won’t be going into his new position cold. The North Bay chartered accountant was appointed today as chairman of the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission today by Northern Development and Mines Minister Rick Bartolucci.

Water garden will keep Marathon Beach open: Johnston

A water garden planned by Community Waterfront Friends will eliminate the E coli bacteria which has caused Marathon Beach to be closed in the past, CWF chairman Rod Johnston told North Bay’s Engineering and Works committee Monday night.

Body found in ditch

The body of a dead man has been discovered in a ditch off Hwy 11 in Strong Township. Ontario Provincial Police from the Almaguin Highlands detachment are investigating and say no identification papers were found near the body.

Police service looks to its ranks for deputy chief

The North Bay Police Service has gone within its own ranks to chose a new deputy chief. An inspector in the service will take on the position, succeeding new chief Paul Cook.

Valuable art stolen during break-in

These two pieces of art were stolen during a break-in in Restoule. ____________________________________________________________ Ontario Provincial Police are investigating a break-in during which a valuable art collection was stolen.

New deputy chief appointed

Inspector Al Williams, of the North Bay Police Service, has been appointed Deputy Chief. He succeeds Paul Cook, who was appointed police chief two weeks ago. will update this story later today.

Police officers plead guilty to Police Services Act charges(Updated)

Three North Bay Police Service officers, including a supervisor, pleaded guilty today to charges of discreditable conduct, at a Police Services Act of Ontario hearing.
North Bay Symphony Orchestra Grants Performance

North Bay Symphony Orchestra Grants Performance

The North Bay Symphony Orchestra concluded the 2003/2004 season Saturday evening with a brilliant performance by Classical Guitarist Kevin Ramessar, as part of the Celebrating Young Canadian Talent series.