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City green lights Community Hall Road cabinet-making business

City green lights Community Hall Road cabinet-making business

Despite opposition from a neighbour, Luiz Sousa will be able to continue his cabinet-making business from his detached garage.
Paxton charged

Paxton charged

The city’s deputy police chief says a sexual assault victim list could climb as high as 100 people.
Flying finish

Flying finish

Students at Agnew H. Johnston Public School said good-bye to some special friends on Tuesday.
Share the fare?

Share the fare?

The Thunder Bay Police Services Board hopes to meet with city administration and discuss the future of the cab bylaw after receiving a 189 page report from the International Association of Transportation Regulators.

Four local roads make CAA’s worst roads list

No Thunder Bay road managed to crack the Top 10 in the infamous worst roads list this year. The annual Ontario Worst Roads list is assembled by the Canadian Automobile Association via online voting.
Building compromise

Building compromise

A local developer is moving ahead to build a new apartment building on Melon Street. The majority of council approved an amended proposal at Monday night’s meeting to allow developer Mike Vecchio to move ahead with his building project.
Matter deferred

Matter deferred

At seven months pregnant, Liane Boyer McLean says she’s disappointed she had to wait hours to learn the active transportation corridor would be pushed back another week.

Grain elevator smoke stack likely to come down after lightning strike

An iconic smoke stack on the city's south side is likely to come down after it was struck by lightning over the weekend. The stack at the Western Grain elevator was hit in the early morning hours on Sunday.

Local business’ labour woes resolved

The owner of The Bean Fiend Cafe says all is well at the business now. Last week a handful of disgruntled employees set up a picket outside the locally-owned coffee shop.
Tsekouras remanded

Tsekouras remanded

The man accused of heading a criminal organization will remain in police custody until at least Wednesday.
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