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Crime at Glance: 37 thefts, 10 weapons charges

Crime at Glance: 37 thefts, 10 weapons charges

Thunder Bay Police Service were slightly busier on the north side than the south side last week.
Sept. 26, 2016: Board meets on school renewal plan

Sept. 26, 2016: Board meets on school renewal plan

TBT Newshour for Sept. 26, 2016: The public school board will meet as a school renewal plan moves forward.
Feds gather feedback on Indigenous housing

Feds gather feedback on Indigenous housing

The Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation hosted a roundtable discussion on Rural and Remote Indigenous Housing as part of the development of a national housing strategy.
GM Ice Dogs 6th in CJHL rankings

GM Ice Dogs 6th in CJHL rankings

The SIJHL's GM Ice Dogs placed 6th in CJHL rankings, while
OPP find missing Marathon hunter

OPP find missing Marathon hunter

OPP have located a missing Marathon man.
OPP seeking assistance locating missing male

OPP seeking assistance locating missing male

OPP seeking assistance in locating a missing 33-year-old male.
Dead dog sparks SPCA investigation

Dead dog sparks SPCA investigation

Investigators are looking into the discovery of a dead female dog near the Northwood playfield site.
Crime prevention programs prove a hard sell

Crime prevention programs prove a hard sell

Thunder Bay Crime Prevention Council coordinator Lee-Ann Chevrette said although local crime statistics are falling, interactions with police and incidents of disorder are on the rise. She believes local programming is necessary but so far, efforts have been rejected without explanation.
Council approves $3-million rebudgeting plan

Council approves $3-million rebudgeting plan

City council approved a plan that will balance all but $180,000 of the $3.2-million projected shortfall in the 2016 municipal budget.
OPP reminding drivers to buckle up

OPP reminding drivers to buckle up

OPP are launching their annual Fall Seat Belt Campaign and reminding drivers to take the extra five seconds to buckle up before driving.