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A Country Wedding: The Marriage of Alex and Drew

Country 90.5 FM would like to cordially invite you to A Country Wedding: The Marriage of Alex and Drew, Friday August 19th, 2022. The ceremony will begin at 8am followed by some of country music's greatest love songs with an upbeat Country reception until 10am. If you'd like to wish the...

Football field to be dedicated to Mike O’Shea

The football field at the Steve Omischl Sports Field Complex will soon be dedicated to a familiar name. On Saturday, Aug. 13, the City of North bay will be officially dedicating the field to Mike O'Shea in recognition of his successful career as a player and coach. O'Shea, who is Head...

Fundraiser helping 19-year-old hockey coach diagnosed with cancer

Emma Shimizu is a Nipissing University student and a coach for the North Bay Ice Boltz. At just 19 years old, she has been diagnosed with Stage 4 Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Ruby Pilatzke is her best friend and a fellow coach. A Nipissing student herself, Pilatzke says the two became friends...

Rental scams making rounds once again

City police are once again issuing a warning of rental scams in the area. The service issued a release this morning saying it has received reports of scammers taking money from victims by advertising fraudulent rental listings online. Police say to be careful when you are looking for a residence to...

TSSA Inspector strike line reaches North Bay

Inspectors for the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) have been on strike since July 21.  Today, some inspectors, along with union representatives were at MPP Vic Fedeli's constituency office, asking him to tell TSSA to get back to the bargaining table and negotiate a fair deal.  Tara Maszczakiewicz is OPSEU's...

North Bay man facing charges after Algonquin Ave. assault

A 37-year-old North Bay man is facing assault charges after an incident in a parking lot. Police say on July 31, shortly after 3 pm, two victims were in an Algonquin Avenue parking lot when the accused verbally accosted them. The victims responded and attempted to leave the area. Police...
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