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Hobbs hopes new award helps get citizens more involved

The mayor wants the community to get more involved in crime prevention. That’s why the city is holding its first Mayor’s Community Safety and Crime Prevention Awards Nov. 7.

Suspected convenience store robber picked up by police

City police have arrested a 20-year-old man following a north-side convenience store robbery. Officials with the Thunder Bay Police Service say the suspect entered the store wearing a ski mask and showing a knife around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Can't wait until Oct. 6? Advance polls now open

Can't wait until Oct. 6? Advance polls now open

Advance polls for the provincial election are now open for eligible voters who just can’t wait until Oct. 6. For the next 10 days, advance polls are open at certain locations from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Lived ‘to the fullest’

Lived ‘to the fullest’

Mary Long-Irwin says seeing her 35-year-old-daughter struggle to breathe in the final days of her life was a nightmare. Carla Stamp passed away at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto Tuesday night.

One dead, another injured after cottage fire

One person is dead and another remains in critical but stable condition after a cottage fire on Lake of the Woods Monday.

My Little Pony show coming to city

Twilight Sparkle, Applejack and Rainbow Dash are on their way to Thunder Bay.
Residents watch as firefighters snuff out house fire

Residents watch as firefighters snuff out house fire

No one was hurt in a house fire on the city’s south side Wednesday morning. The smell of smoke blanketed the air on Sherbrooke Street as five fire trucks worked to put out a fire in a duplex.
Profile: Mantis fighting for the people

Profile: Mantis fighting for the people

Steve Mantis is fighting for the people left behind. “Seems like the big guys, they have plenty of people fighting for them,” said the NDP candidate for Thunder Bay-Superior North.
Profile: Gravelle’s campaign is all about jobs

Profile: Gravelle’s campaign is all about jobs

There is no question that the creation of jobs is the most important issue in this provincial election campaign for Michael Gravelle.
Profile: Kyle passionate about change

Profile: Kyle passionate about change

Scot Kyle has thrown his hat into another political race.