150 instrumentalists and 40 singers took part the Massed bands and Choirs Concert Wednesday night
(Submitted) Music Makes Us North Bay presented a Massed Bands and Choirs Concert Wednesday night featuring 150 instrumentalists and 40 singers from Chippewa Secondary School, Parry Sound High School, St. Joseph-Scollard Hall Secondary School, West Ferris Secondary School and Widdifield Secondary School.
A few weeks ago Ozzy Osbourne announced he would no longer be involved in a new Black Sabbath album project. Although the Ozzman will fulfill his duties as vocalist for Black Sabbath’s final concert tour, he wants to move on with solo album plans. This week Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi told us that Black Sabbath may eventually release unused tracks from their last album, “13″. Iommi says he’s got a lot of leftover riffs and would like to have them see the light of day. The Black Sabbath guitarist says the band recorded 16 songs for the last CD but only released 12. Black Sabbath will launch their farewell tour being billed as The End on January 20th with stops in Hamilton February 21st and Toronto on August 29th.
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City police are reporting two separate incidents of pedestrians being struck by vehicles last night (Thursday).
Just after 5pm a 68-year old woman was struck by a vehicle at Cassells and Olive.
She suffered non-life threatening injuries and was taken to hospital.
A 44-year old motorists is charged with failing to yield to an approaching pedestrian.
Meantime, just before 8:30 pm, North Bay Police were dispatched to Fisher and McIntyre after a vehicle struck a male pedestrian, who police say failed to use the crosswalk and failed to look in both directions before crossing Fisher Street.