Police disrupt illegal shopping cart racing league

From: Philip St. George and Rooster Cogburn, thenorthbaybay.ca NORTH BAY – City police services are celebrating after the breakup of a massive, illegal cart racing league in North Bay. “Cart Contests” was a vast shopping cart racing club, started and led by a small group working out of Wallace Heights. The league, which boasted almost […]

Read More »

New push to move Pete Palangio Arena to the waterfront

From: Peter Parkside, thenorthbaybay.ca intern NORTH BAY — As discussions surrounding a new double ice pad continue, attention is now turning to how best to preserve some of the city’s rich sports-related history. “I am just as excited about the new arena as anyone else who owns thousands of dollars of hockey equipment,” says local […]

Read More »

3 Kids In Trenchcoat Exceed Restaurant Capacity, Are Detained

From: Barnaby Jenson, thenorthbaybay.ca intern NORTH BAY – North Bay Police detained three youths on Friday inside a popular local restaurant. “There I was, having my Friday breakfast,” recounts regular eater Agnes Cunningham. “When this real tall fellow entered the restaurant. He was just sort of looming over us all in this dark trench coat […]

Read More »

Local Women Starts Successful Dog Food Business

From: Larry Tinkle, thenorthbaybay.ca intern A local woman has found resounding success with her ‘almost’ completely self-created brand of dog food. “It started one morning last year – I walked to work and I stepped in so much dog poop on the way there,” explains local Kathy Clarke. “After I had returned home I put […]

Read More »

Spring Inspires North Bay Entrepreneur to Make Dog Doodoo Candles

From: Darren D. MacDonald, thenorthbaybay.ca staff NORTH BAY — Spring is right around the corner: snow is melting, the ground is thawing, and shoes are getting soaked.  This spring a North Bay business owner is doing a thing. “I love this time of year!” smiles Lorenzo Proto, owner of local candle making business Burn in […]

Read More »

There is a man living in van inside Lake Nipissing

From: Philip St. George and Rooster Cogburn, thenorthbaybay.ca NORTH BAY – Sam and Mary Fishman were removing their ice from Lake Nipissing Friday morning when they made a startling discovery. “There was a van under the ice,” says Sam. “We didn’t know how long it had been there, so we drilled holes in the ice […]

Read More »