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Halloween cabaret

Halloween cabaret

Andrea Novoa says when she hears music she just wants to move. The 26-year-old belly dancer from Columbia grew up dancing.
Forced out

Forced out

Diane Petryna says crime on the city’s south side is out of control, and that she’s tired of washing puke, blood and other bodily fluids off the side of her store. Petryna, owner of Take a Hike, had kept her store on Victoria Avenue for 14 years.
Fire ready

Fire ready

Stephen Cameron says his eight weeks of training was just the beginning of his life-long education as a Thunder Bay firefighter. The 38-year-old father of two said he had wanted to fight fires since he was five.

Strong start for city golf courses died down in fall

The golf season on city-owned courses started strong, but it will come to an end with disappointing numbers. Friday was the last chance for golfers to get in a round at Strathcona, Chapples and Municipal golf courses.
City bus driver sent to hospital after crash

City bus driver sent to hospital after crash

Paramedics rushed a Thunder Bay transit driver to the hospital Friday afternoon following a crash on the city's north side. The collision took place just before 1 p.m.
End of the Road

End of the Road

The end of the city’s construction season in nearing with the remaining projects nearing the final stage, said project engineer Rick Harms.

Teen charged with murder will face trial

A teen woman charged with first-degree murder last year in connection with an incident near Pickle Lake will go to trial. The week-long preliminary hearing wrapped up Friday at provincial court in Thunder Bay.
Filling up

Filling up

Turning away food should be a thing of the past for the Regional Food Distribution Association.

Police send out Halloween safety reminders

Sunday is the night the ghosts and goblins awaken around Thunder Bay, and city police want to remind trick-or-treaters to use caution when going door-to-door.

Wait and see on Ford's transit plans local officials say

Despite election talk from Toronto’s new mayor suggesting he wanted to scrap the city’s streetcars, a union official at Bombardier says he’ll wait to pass judgment.
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