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Waves of grief and sadness washed over Nipigon on Tuesday as the community wept for the loss of one of the nicest couples in town, and felt heart-sick for the couple’s surviving son.

Cancer survivor Kris Story was first up to have his head shaved by Rene Rypkema, left, and Amanda Puukila to kick off the 18th Annual Cops for Cancer fundraising campaign.

Emergency preparedness, municipal partnerships and natural resources will be the focus for delegates to the Northwestern Ontario Municipal Association’s 67th annual general meeting and conference in F

From left, Brendan Chasse, 14, Alex Belcamino, 14, Dario Carello, 14, and Dante DiGiuseppe, 14, of St. Ignatius High School pick up litter outside the school Tuesday.

Last year was a great one for Thunder Bay International Airport.

The City of Thunder Bay is cashing in on more than half-a-million dollars thanks to the latest instalment from the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation.

Max Fairhurst, 16, left, and Andrew Webb, 15, ride their unicycles along Selkirk Street on Monday. They were returning from a convenience store where they had each bought a cold drink.

A long-awaited upgrade to Geraldton District Hospital was finally given a green light Monday, 15 years after it was identified as a priority.

Another Thunder Bay man is becoming known to police
Two weeks ago, officers were called to a south-side restaurant to wake up a man who had passed out in the drive-thru lane.

The province should explore ways to ensure Northern Ontario roads are properly plowed and sanded in winter, especially in areas that routinely get pounded by severe storms, says Transportation Ministe