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Drinking water advisory lifted

The drinking water advisory in one part of North Bay has been lifted.
Is the bucket half empty or half full?

Is the bucket half empty or half full?

Protestors gather in front of the KFC outlet on Algonquin Avenue Saturday. Photo by Bill Tremblay.

Snagged grass worth millions

Two North Bay men are among five charged after a police search at a rural property unearthed an indoor marijuana grow operation.

Four-laned section officially opens

Monique Smith announces the official opening of a four-laned section of Hwy 11.

City driver has mixed emotions about acquittal: BayToday exclusive

Michael Linkie has mixed emotions about his acquittal Thursday on charges of sexual assault and gross indecency. Linkie, a North Bay bus driver before being suspended from his job, had been charged in relation to a case dating back to 1976.

Joy ride

Two teenagers have been arrested after a 15-year-old boy took his parents's car out for a drive without their permission early this morning. The boy, and his 14-year-old passenger, were driving along Trout Lake Road around 2 a.m. when Cst.
Bright side of the moon

Bright side of the moon

The moon slowly takes on a burnt orange hue during Wednesday night's full lunar eclipse. Many thanks to reader Mark Facette for taking these photos and assembling them into a montage. More of Mark's photos can be seen at www.pbase.

Drinking water advisory issued for airport area

Residents in one part of the city won't be able to drink their tap water.

City, union reach tentative deal

The city has reached a tentative settlement with the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 122-1, which represents its inside and outside workers.

Arbitrator chosen and dates set in police contract dispute

The North Bay Police Services Board and the North Bay Police Asscciation will be going to arbitration Jan. 6 and 7. Association president Sgt. Mike Tarini told BayToday.