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North Bay a Top 20 hit

North Bay has been chose one of 20 best places to live in Canada by 50Plus magazine. The publication, published by the Canadian Association for Retired Persons, places North Bay in a list which includes Comox Valley, B.C.; Camrose, Alta.
<b>Johnston calls hydro building a "very good" investment</b>

Johnston calls hydro building a "very good" investment

Dr. Rod Johnston has purchased the North Bay Hydro building. Johnston, the chairman of Community Waterfront Friends, paid $1.1 million for the Fisher Street building after touring it during the last few weeks.

Johnston buys hydro building

Dr. Rod Johnston has purchased the North Bay Hydro building. Mayor Vic Fedeli confirmed Johston had bought the Fisher Street structure.

22 Wing band plays for cancer fundraising

The 22 Wing band, along with the Central Band from Ottawa, are putting on two concerts this week at St. Joseph-Scollard Hall Secondary School on behalf of the Cancer Society.

Symphony hits high note with provincial grant

The North Bay Symphony was presented with a grant at a recent concert. (L-R) Janet Zimbalatti, Dr. Metro Kozak, Shirley Priolo and Nipissing MPP Monique Smith.

Tickets on sale for Kiwanis Citizen of the Year dinner

The Kiwanis Club of North Bay will be holding its Citizen of the Year dinner Thursday May 13 at the Clarion Resort Pinewood Park. Brian Winkworth will be honoured as this year's COTY. Cocktails start at 6 pm, and dinner begins at 7 pm.

Why Derrik Lajoie might have a hard time getting bail

A North Bay man out on bail on drugs and weapons charges has been charged with aggravated assault. Derrik Lajoie, 21, of 387 Fraser Street, was charged by the North Bay Police Service Sunday.

Man dies in accident

(Trout Creek) An accident Sunday on Highway 522 west of Trout Creek has left a 53-year-old Sundridge man dead. William Henry Smith was driving his 1997 Chevrolet pick-up truck east bound on the highway around 7 p.m.

Snow doubt about it

April showers bring May snowfalls. Yes folks, it's May 3 today, but you'd never believe it looking at this photo taken around 8 a.m today. Environment Canada is calling for the snow to end later this morning.

Man charged in stabbing

A North Bay man has been charged following a stabbing Saturday on Cassells Street. The North Bay Police Service says a man in his late twenties was stabbed in the 2000 block area of Cassells Street between 11:30 a.m. and 12:40 p.m.