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Shovels officially in the ground for Lee Park playground project

Shovels officially in the ground for Lee Park playground project

'Every day the kids will have a chance to explore another corner of the playground to explore and enjoy'
New technician level could see North Bay Fire and Emergency Services deployed across the province

New technician level could see North Bay Fire and Emergency Services deployed across the province

'We’re now going to be a technician level which is offensive. You go into the hazard zone and physically stop the problem' Fire Chief Jason Whiteley.
Using your blue box is about to get easier says government

Using your blue box is about to get easier says government

'Transitioning the Blue Box Program to full producer responsibility will promote innovation and increase Ontario's recycling rates while saving taxpayers money'
More jail time for North Bay child porn webmaster

More jail time for North Bay child porn webmaster

Benjamin Faulkner was sentenced along with three other men in a Tennessee court earlier this week.
Good morning, North Bay!

Good morning, North Bay!

Sun turning to a mix of sun and cloud today.
Sealing job turns into a stealing job

Sealing job turns into a stealing job

They then increased the job price considerably and demanded payment in cash
Health not stopping North Bay man from pursuing professional wrestling dream

Health not stopping North Bay man from pursuing professional wrestling dream

Local man sheds more than 100 pounds in hopes of becoming a pro wrestler
Trespassing to shoot a turkey costs hunters $7,000 and licence suspension

Trespassing to shoot a turkey costs hunters $7,000 and licence suspension

Three hunters have been convicted after hunting wild turkey out of season, trespassing and unsafe hunting practices
Stolen cellphone leads to a hammer attack at Sudbury mall

Stolen cellphone leads to a hammer attack at Sudbury mall

Victim suffered only minor injuries, suspect arrested
Cassells Street business owner pleased with city response

Cassells Street business owner pleased with city response

'People are not calling to ask how to get to the store anymore'