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Manslaughter suspect fails to show in court

Manslaughter suspect fails to show in court

Police issue warrant for arrest of Armand Cummings, 42, wanted in 2016 death of 35-year-old Manny Spence.
Search begins for new homes for Chippewa zoo animals

Search begins for new homes for Chippewa zoo animals

The search has begun for new homes for the animals at Thunder Bay's Chippewa Wildlife Exhibit.
Wanted Wednesday adds four more

Wanted Wednesday adds four more

Thunder Bay Police release next batch of Wanted Wednesday persons with outstanding bench and/or committal warrants. DO NOT approach or confront any of the people identified Members of the general public have NO AUTHORITY to detain these individuals.
Parking meters proposed for Prince Arthur's Landing

Parking meters proposed for Prince Arthur's Landing

Visitors to Prince Arthur's Landing may have to pay for the privilege of taking their vehicles to the waterfront park in the future.
LETTER: Urbanize Thunder Bay; sustainable service delivery

LETTER: Urbanize Thunder Bay; sustainable service delivery

I'm a Thunder Bay fan and always will be. It is one of the most beautiful settings for a city in Canada; from the calm shores of Lake Superior to the rolling mountains surrounding the city. It's what's in-between that needs the conversation.
City hires new GM of Community Services

City hires new GM of Community Services

The City of Thunder Bay has filled a vacancy in a senior position on its administrative team.
Police station renos won't happen before 2019

Police station renos won't happen before 2019

Balmoral Street headquarters bursting at the seams, needs additional space, say police officials.
Council ratifies budget with 3.59 levy increase

Council ratifies budget with 3.59 levy increase

City council passed the 2017 municipal budget on Tuesday with a 3.59 per cent levy after some last-minute amendments.
Spring-like weather closes most area ski trails

Spring-like weather closes most area ski trails

Most cross-country ski trails in the Thunder Bay area are temporarily shut down because of mild weather as well the rain that fell on Monday.
Police issue 102 tickets in school-zone blitz

Police issue 102 tickets in school-zone blitz

Drivers stopped going as fast as 80 kilometres an hour in a 40 zone.