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Smog advisory ended

Smog advisory ended

The Smog Advisory has been TERMINATED by the Ontario Ministry of the Environment for the following forecast regions: Termination Date: Tuesday, September 13, 2005 at 10:54 PM North Bay - West Nipissing For more details visit the Air Quality Ontario w
Woman attacked: morning police report

Woman attacked: morning police report

The North Bay Police Service is looking for a man who allegedly attacked a woman last night. The woman was walking behind the bingo hall near the North Bay Mall at around 9 p.m.
Chocolate chip cookies may lead to saving lives

Chocolate chip cookies may lead to saving lives

Until September 18th, purchasing double-sized chocolate chip smile cookies will help increase the chance of surviving a heart attack in North Bay.
Marathon safe to swim

Marathon safe to swim

The posting of a local beach has been lifted.
Bear calls

Bear calls

Ontario Provincial Police in North Bay, Mattawa and Powassan responded to seven bear calls over the weekend. Most of the calls were in Mattawa, police said.
Drug charges laid against three North Bayers

Drug charges laid against three North Bayers

DRUG CHARGES Three People Charged (Mattawa) Mattawa OPP has arrested and charged three North Bay residents with a number of drug and criminal charges.
Smog advisory issued

Smog advisory issued

A SMOG ADVISORY* has just been issued by the Ontario Ministry of the Environment for North Bay-West Nipissing area. Advisories will remain in effect until further notice. For more details visit the Air Quality Ontario website at: www.
City man charged in stabbing: morning police report

City man charged in stabbing: morning police report

A 20-year-old North Bay man has been charged following an alleged stabbing incident Sunday. Andrew BROADHEAD, of Carmichael Drive, is charged with aggravated assault and possession of a dangerous weapon. He remains in custody for a bail hearing.
North Bay residents help feed students

North Bay residents help feed students

Students Jake deBruyn and Malarie Wilson help unload canned food donated to the on-campus food bank sunday afternoon.
Cat-astrophic rescue

Cat-astrophic rescue

A cat rescued from a cement block it had been trapped in is held by its owner. Photo by Richard Woodward, Special to BayToday.