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‘Angry with myself’

‘Angry with myself’

The man accused of kidnapping and cutting a man’s fingers off told a courtroom Wednesday that he vowed never again be a part of anything criminal.

Police officer's hearing set for new year

A local police officer’s hearing will begin in the new year. The hearing for Thunder Bay Police Service officer Sgt. Jim Mauro will take place Feb. 15-17 in Thunder Bay.

Police searching for attacker after assault sends man to hospital

Police searching for attacker after assault sends man to hospital Police say an 18-year-old man was attacked by a group of youths in the North Marks and Cumming Street area.
Safety response

Safety response

A recent attack of a senior outside the OLG Casino Thunder Bay has sparked a safety partnership between the gambling organization and local police.
community group gets waterfront virtual tour

community group gets waterfront virtual tour

A community group had a virtual tour of the waterfront Tuesday.
Victim of alleged kidnapping testifies

Victim of alleged kidnapping testifies

A kidnapping victim told a courtroom Tuesday that he continued to do business with the man who cut off his finger because he didn’t think he had a choice.
Cupcakes and awards

Cupcakes and awards

A decade ago, Heather White and Lori Joyce were working at Ground Zero in New York City, a desolate ghost town in the aftermath of the 9-11 terrorist attacks.

Pick-up truck runs into floodway, two treated for minor injuries

There are only minor injuries to report after a pick-up truck ran into the McIntyre-Neebing floodway Monday night. The incident took place around 1 p.m. just off Carrick Street.

Active community member and wife of city’s first mayor, Adele Laskin dies at 89

Funeral services will be held Wednesday in Toronto for a well-known former Thunder Bay resident. Adele Laskin passed away at her home Monday evening, surrounded by her family.

Woman wins $50,000 jackpot from instant scratch ticket

A Thunder Bay woman has an extra $50,000 after scratching a winning Ontario Lottery Corporation instant scratch ticket. Sharon Serino, 67, was the holder of a winning ticket in the OLG's Instant Crossword game.