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Police searching for armed robbery suspect

Police continue to look for the man who robbed a local credit union with a handgun late last week. Thunder Bay Police Service officers say the man entered the Apple Credit Union on North Cumberland Street shortly after 2 p.m. Friday.
Survivor Challenge

Survivor Challenge

The Salvation Army’s annual Teen Survivor Challenge may be a good way for high school students to chew up a chunk of their mandatory volunteer hours, but it’s also an eye opener that helps keep them on a straight and narrow path. Alex Antunes, a St.
Soldiers return home

Soldiers return home

Amid cheers and tears, two Thunder Bay soldiers say they enjoyed their experience in Afghanistan but were glad to be home. Cpl. John Conrad, 25, and Cpl. Richard Cranton , 24, returned from their first tour of duty.

Body found in Terrace Bay house fire identified

Officials have confirmed the identity of a Terrace Bay man whose body was found in a home after a fire over the weekend. Kevin Daniels, 31, of Terrace bay was found dead following a house fire early Sunday morning.

Free dumping week begins

Thunder Bay residents who have been busy with spring clean-up chores are getting a break this week. All week long, regular tipping fees at Thunder Bay's Solid Waste and Recycling Facility are being waived.
Tribute to the battle of the Atlantic

Tribute to the battle of the Atlantic

A veteran of the Second World War said he considered himself lucky to have survived one of the longest continuous military campaigns during the war.
No injuries reported in weekend vehicle collision

No injuries reported in weekend vehicle collision

Two vehicles collided that left severe damage to a pickup truck’s side door on Saturday. The collision took place on Cumberland Street near Red River Road and Park Avenue at about 4:20 p.m.
Community prepares to protest

Community prepares to protest

First Nation members say the lack of consultations and a disregard of the treaties played a major role for a planned protest of the Harmonized Sales Tax.
Phase one of new RFDA home begins with demolition

Phase one of new RFDA home begins with demolition

With demand for food banks increasing, a volunteer with a regional food distributor said he is excited to see the vision of a suitable warehouse coming together.

High levels of PCBs near Marathon site

Officials with the Ministry of the Environment want to re-assure residents of Marathon there is no risk to their drinking water following the discovery of high levels of PCBs in ground water on the site of the dormant Marathon Pulp mill.