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Crime of the week

Near North Crime Stoppers, Box 382 North Bay, ON P1B 8H5 Call Toll free 1-800-222-TIPS or 476-8477 Fax 476-1784 Crime of the Week For Nov. 18.

Assault in Mattawa

(Mattawa) A 45-year-old Mattawa man has been arrested and charged after the local Ontario Provincial Police detachment responded to a complaint Wednesday night of a male brandishing a knife.
PAC hears opposition to racetrack, slots

PAC hears opposition to racetrack, slots

Don Fudge, of Nipissing Entertainment, addresses the Planning and Advisory Committee Wednesday night. Photo by Phil Novak.

Pill pusher

A 16-year-old male has been charged after he was caught selling morphine tablets to other youths at a local high school Wednesday. Cst.

Calling all skippers

"Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale, a tale of a fateful trip. That started from this tropic port,aboard this tiny ship.

People of the sun

People of the Sun Solidarity… not charity. That’s the motto of an organization called Students Taking Action in Chiapas (STAC).

Early morning collision leads to charge

A 23-year-old Corbeil man has been charged by the Ontario Provincial Police following a two-vehicle collision this morning on Highway 17, just west of Centennial Crescent.

Cops issue B&E advisory

The North Bay Police Service has issued an advisory cautioning the general public about recent house break and enters. People approach the home and knock at the door. When no one answers during these daytime entries, the thieves forcibly enter.

Alleged child pornographer arrested, charged

A 43-year-old North Bay man has been arrested and charged in relation to the possession of child pornography. Det. Cst. Rodney Cox, of the North Bay Police Service, arrested the man Tuesday.

CA, board hit with huge tax bill-BayToday.ca exclusive

The Near North District School Board and the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority have been slapped with a $725,000 property tax for Vincent Massey Public School and the upper chalet, and chairwoman Eunice Saari believes the city may have had a h