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The Thunder Bay event centre appears to be dead.

For Stephanie Bergeron, becoming a judicatory meant she could stay in the world of dance.

Nearly 1,000 people in Thunder Bay packed into the North McIntrye Rec Centre on Sunday morning for a chance to have breakfast with the Easter bunny.

Tickets are now on sale for the Riverside Foundation’s Bring the Outside In Luncheon on May 3 in Fort Frances.

From left, Heather Bragnalo, teacher, Don Grant, principal, Barb Rzeszut, teacher, along with students Alicia LeMarquand and Alexander LeMarquand with one of 12 paintings by Roy Thomas that St.

Fines for Ontario Fire Code violations, such as not having a working smoke alarm in a home, are going up.

Little remained of a shed in Thunder Bay near May Street after a fire completed destroyed it early Saturday morning.

A prestigious and long standing charity golf tournament has found a new home with The Chronicle-Journal.

The first locally organized craft beer festival in Thunder Bay is set to take place from Aug. 14-15 at Prince Arthur's Landing.

The number of people in Thunder Bay earning taxpayer-funded salaries of at least $100,000 a year continues to grow.