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ERT called out to Second Avenue after shots fired

ERT called out to Second Avenue after shots fired

Police cars block the entrance to Second Avenue Ferguson Street. Photo by Phil Novak, BayToday.ca.
Harper to lunch in the Bay

Harper to lunch in the Bay

Stephen Harper will be visiting North Bay next week. File photo by Phil Novak, BayToday.ca.
Red ink possible for 2005 police budget, chief says

Red ink possible for 2005 police budget, chief says

Overtime costs and an arbitration settlement may lead to a deficit in the 2005 North Bay Police Service budget, Chief Paul Cook says.
Student project could help police

Student project could help police

Jennifer Burgoyne hands out questionairres at the Northgate Shopping Centre. Burgoyne is conducting a survey for the North Bay Police Service as part of her criminology program at Nipissing University. Photo by Phil Novak, BayToday.ca.
Fundraiser for the lake

Fundraiser for the lake

A silent auction and fundraising dinner will be held in support of Lake Nipissing Saturday night.
Cruiser strikes deer

Cruiser strikes deer

A North Bay Police Service officer had to kill a deer that ran out in front of his cruiser. The officer was driving his cruiser last night on Tillicum Bay Road, near Wasi Road, in Callander, when the deer suddenly appeared.
Who to call for road conditions

Who to call for road conditions

The following news release was issued today by the Ontario Provincial Police: HIGHWAY ROAD CONDITIONS (North East Region, ON) The season for inclement weather is once again upon us and as such, the Provincial Communications Centre (PCC) in North Bay
Constable moves up the ladder

Constable moves up the ladder

The North Bay Police Service has promoted one of its constables to the rank of sergeant. The position opened following the promotion of Kirk Kelusky to inspector this past summer.
Operation Red Nose back

Operation Red Nose back

Rudy, the mascot for Operation Red Nose, sits in on a news conference at which the return of the designated driver program was announced. Photo by Phil Novak, BayToday.ca.
ONR behind schedule on GO cars, but determined to catch up

ONR behind schedule on GO cars, but determined to catch up

Cutting the ribbon on the first GO Transit passenger rail car to be refurbished by the ONR.