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I was a hero then, Lafrance says

Cst. Christi Lafrance(R) and her partner Cathi Richardson and their adopted son Liam.

Cocaine arrest

A 36-year-old North Bay man was arrested and charged with drug-related charges Tuesday by members of Project Gateway, a joint investigation between members of the Ontario Provincial Police and North Bay Police service, assisted by the North Bay Polic

Shaggy to headline Heritage Festival

Shaggy will be the headline artist at this year's Heritage Festival.

Lafrance alleges North Bay Police Service is following her

Cst. Christi Lafrance (R), with her partner Cathi Richardson and their adopted son Liam. ____________________________________________________________ Cst.
Cheap gas, long lines

Cheap gas, long lines

Patient North Bay drivers are waiting in long lines this morning to take advantage of something they haven't seen since January, 2002: gasoline prices under .60 per litre. The Canadian Tire gas bar on Algonquin Street cut its petrol prices by .

Local woman chosen for Winnipeg/Yukon conference

A North Bay railway employee has been chosen to attend a leadership conference which will take her to Dawson City and Whitehorse.

Pit Bulls destroyed, no charges laid against owners

The owners of two Pit Bull Terriers which escaped from their Powassan residence two weeks ago have euthanized the dogs.
What happened to Robert Turner?

What happened to Robert Turner?

Robert Turner left his home in North Bay June 20, 1969 and never returned. His body was found 34 days later in the Veuve River. Photo submitted by the Ontario Provincial Police.

Free info session for West Nipissing non-profits

A funding information session will be held next week for West Nipissing non-profit organizations.

Hydro building money stays with hydro: Bain

The money North Bay Hydro receives from the sale of its former headquarters will not go to the city but will be used to fix power lines and transformers, says Coun. Mac Bain, chairman of the utility. Dr.