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Senior fights back during attempted robbery

Two men are being sought by the North Bay Police Service following an attempted robbery early Tuesday morning. A man in his late 60s was walking along Algonquin Avenue near Oakwood Avenue between 1:30 AM and 2 AM when two males accosted him.

The mask maker

Eric Schweig almost drank himself to death.

Daytime B&E investigated

The North Bay Ontario Provincial Police detachment is investigating a break and enter that took place during the day Monday at a Quae Quae Road residence in East Ferris Township. Culprits broke into the rear of the residence and stole a secure .

Buck an acre gets some bites

Council met Monday night for the monthly meeting of the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development. Rick Evans, Manager of Economic Development, explained that the dollar an acre plan has had 14 responses and a possible six other clients.
Council Condensed: city eats lots of festival deficit

Council Condensed: city eats lots of festival deficit

New Heritage Festival chairman John Strang talks to North Bay city council about the 2005 version of the event. Photo by Phil Novak.

Province, feds launch infrastructure program

The federal government and the Ontario government have launched a $900 million fund to help smaller and rural municipalities with their infrastructure construction.

CA award recipients announced

Leonard Dokis and Keith Hill have received awards from the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority. Dokis was selected as winner of the Dorothy Walford Memorial Award, and Hill the winner of the Ward Smith Environmental Youth Award. "Mr.

On the agenda

Here are some of the items on tonight's city council agenda: John Strang, the intermin chairman of the North Bay Heritage Festival and Grant Forest Products Air Show, addresses council about the 2005 edition of event.

B&Es being investigated

The North Bay Police service is investigating several break and enters which took place over the last few days. On Nov. 12 between 11 AM and 4 PM thieves broke into the rear of a home on Labreche Drive.

Moose Watch program a success

Hunters and the public are helping to make the Moose Watch program a success.