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A 22-year-old man was charged with break and enter and resisting arrest in the wee hours Thursday after police chased down a suspect on Thunder Bay's south side.
Dryden resident Marie Martin is living her lottery dream after winning the Guaranteed $1 Million Prize from the March 12, 2014 LOTTO 6/49 draw, the OLG reports.
William Rutledge, owner of New Day Records and Accessories, cues up a record in his St. Paul Street shop.
Thunder Bay Police Service officers responded to a report of a break and enter in progress on Hamilton Avenue just after 2 a.m. Officers arriving at the scene immediately began a foot chase with a young adult male running away from the scene.
Prior to the ribbon-cutting celebration, there will be a series of First Nations ceremonies at the front of the courthouse.
Arthur Street was closed just west of Mapleward Road after a car and an SUV collided.
Cops for Cancer hairstylist Rene Rypkema shaves Kris Story's head at the 18th annual Cops for Cancer kickoff Thursday morning at the Balmoral Street police station.
PLG is scheduled for production in 2015, with a yearly production of 275 KozEq. The 2 main precious metals are platinum and palladium, with some rhodium and gold.
Two Thunder Bay youth are making a difference in their community. Janine Collison and Sierra Gilbert are members of ChangeTheWorld - Ontario Youth Volunteer Challenge, a group that encourages high school students to volunteer in their communities.
Left, Scott Smith, the executive director of the Staal Foundation Open; Glen Craig, president/CEO of the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation; Tracy Buckler, president/CEO of St. Joseph's Care Group and Michael Nitz, campaign chairman for the United Way of Thunder Bay were on hand for the announcement of the charitable organizations that ... (more)
When Fort Frances residents go to the municipal election polls in October, they'll also be voting on whether or not to licence a casino in their town.
Many of the dozens of environmentally related posts that appear at Daily Kos each week don't attract the attention they deserve.
Crystallee Mouland/Special to Wawatay News Keywehnini of Mishkeegogamang and Dr. Paul Berger of Lakehead University were among those who held a protest against the TransCanada Energy East Pipeline project on April 10. An open forum on the TransCanada Energy East Pipeline proposal in Thunder Bay was met with debate and protests by First Nations ... (more)
City manager Tim Commisso is seen in this 2012 tbnewswatch.com file photograph. The City of Thunder Bay manager says Thunder Bay will not follow Abbotsford, B.C., which is on the hook for more than $5.5 million after losing its AHL franchise.
I write periodical "War on Coal" diaries summing up the past few weeks or months of news in the floundering coal industry, but this headline is not one to wait for the next update.