Helen won $691 in KiSS Cash. So why did winning money hurt so much?
The North Bay Police, as well as polices services across the province are endorsing a new crime prevention tool. It is called the Trace Pen and it helps property owners prevent crimes resulting from break-ins and personal property theft.
Stream Train’s new album “Bulletproof Picasso” for a limited time.
The wet weather put a damper on the Heritage Train and Carousel Company’s planned customer appreciation event this past weekend, so it has been rescheduled. Officials say this coming Saturday, September 20th, all rides on the train and carousel will be free, throughout the day.
It’s a campaign that’s sure to put a smile on your face. The Tim Horton’s Smile Cookie campaign runs from today (Monday) through Sunday with monies raised going to the North Bay Food Bank. Manager Amber Livingstone says it’s a simple way of helping out their clients. She says this is an easy and affordable way to help out the food bank, which serves over 1,300 clients every month.
Champlain Park Playground is getting a makeover. Council approved the $90,000 upgrade to make the playground both safer and fully accessible. Chair of Community Services Dave Mendicino says this is they put in a plan 10 years ago to upgrade the city’s 23 playgrounds. He says they have almost completed that plan.
A succesful Lakers North Bay Youth Volleyball Club beach volleyball tournament in support of the Special Olympics Ontario 2015 Winter Games. They raised $1,000 which will see the club adopt two athletes as a part of the Adopt an Athlete program for the games, which are taking place in North Bay January 29th to February 1st.