Listen Live
19 C
West Nipissing

Now playing play


In The News

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

More News Happening

Area family raising awareness about Myotonic Dystrophy

The CN Tower will be lit up in green on Friday, Sept. 15 for International Myotonic Dystrophy Awareness Day.  And it’s thanks to an area family.   “One of the things the Myotonic Dystrophy Foundation does is they light up monuments in green across the world,” says Julie LeBoeuf, whose daughter Alexandra...

Jordan’s Bash for Hope on stage this weekend

There’s plenty of music, food vendors, volleyball and more on tap for Jordan’s Bash for Hope charity festival.   Over 20 musical acts are performing on Friday night and Saturday, with an outdoor stage beside the North Bay Museum and an indoor stage at Lou Dawg’s.   Cory Marks is the...

Sexual violence and bystander intervention focus of speaking session

A Sturgeon Falls native will be speaking about about sexual violence and bystander intervention this week.   Erika Lougheed, Executive Director at Amelia Rising Sexual Violence Support Centre, says they see the gravity of sexual violence and the growing need for support for survivors firsthand.   “The waitlist started at about four...

North Bay Pride ready to celebrate and advocate

Shining a spotlight on equity and inclusion is the focus as North Bay Pride kicks off a series of events this week.   They include a flag raising, drag contest, trans march and much more.   Jason Maclennan, communications director says Saturday is their big day with the parade, picnic and...

Police search in West Nipissing leads to drugs and weapons charges

Two people are facing drugs and weapons charges after a search of a John Street residence in West Nipissing.   Ontario Provincial Police report about $14,400 in suspected fentanyl, methamphetamine and cocaine was seized last Tuesday, along with prohibited weapons and air guns.   A 38-year-old resident of West Nipissing and...

Continued growth for Bulldogs football

The North Bay Bulldogs Football Club continues to grow.   Not only is a new women's flag football league starting this month, but Marc Mathon, Bulldogs President, says registrations in their Tyke & Bantam football programs are up quite a bit.   “We’ve grown from 130 kids to 178 kids in...
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -