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City bus driver charged

A North Bay Transit bus driver has been charged after being involved in the pedestrian fatality April 11 at the intersection of McIntyre and Ferguson streets. Winifred Watling died in hospital after being struck by the bus around 11:30 a.m.

Lifesaving fisher to receive Governor General commendation

Jeff Buell had one of his better fishing days July 24, 2003. First he caught four or five bass, and then he saved someone’s life.
<b>Cook to succeed Berrigan (Updated)</b>

Cook to succeed Berrigan (Updated)

North Bay Police Service deputy chief Paul Cook jokingly waits for Chief George Berrigan to vacate his seat. Cook will be the service's next chief, taking over from Berrigan, who announced his retirement several months ago.

Cook named new police chief

North Bay Police Service deputy chief Paul Cook jokingly waits for Chief George Berrigan to vacate his seat. Cook will be the service's next chief, taking over from Berrigan, who announced his retirement several months ago.

Hwy 11 accident update

Three Timmins residents remain in North Bay General Hospital with serious injuries following a single motor vehicle accident on Hwy 11 North Monday afternoon.

Grit riding association president resigns (Updated)

Carol Lonsdale has resigned as president of the Nipissing-Timiskaming Federal Liberal Riding Association, BayToday.ca has learned.

A family-oriented lady

Winifred Watling (c) with her twin daughters Judy and Jane. Photo courtesy David Mills. ____________________________________________________________ Winifred Watling’s family was the centre of her life, her son-in-law David Mills says.

Cannabis cleric arrested

A reverend with the Assembly of the Church of the Universe, which views marijuana as a sacramental herb, has been arrested by the Ontario Provincial Police.

Police release name of Easter fatality (photo included)

Winifred Watling (c) and her twin daughters Judy and Jane.
Regular car turns into blazer

Regular car turns into blazer

A car at a house on the North highway caught fire Monday afternoon, and the North Bay Fire Department was called in to extinguish the flames. There were no injuries, and no damage to the home.