Those in the Thunder Bay area who get their drinking water from wells are being advised to boil it prior to use until their wells have been tested for contamination following heavy rain storms over th
A group of Thunder Bay residents is standing up to show their support for a new Active Living corridor on upper Bay Street.
Completion of ongoing repairs to about half-a-dozen washouts on secondary provincial roads between Kenora and Wawa will depend on how quickly flood waters recede, the Ministry of Transportation said W
The Quetico Centre near Atikokan has found a new lease on life.
Former Toronto educator Michael Heaton plans to open a private high school there this fall.
Road washouts and flooded basements were top of mind Tuesday, the day after a downgraded storm dumped a hefty but not insurmountable amount of rain across Northwestern Ontario.
The number of listeners, business people and politicians of all levels opposed to the relocation of Marathon-based CFNO FM Radio topped out Tuesday at nearly 300, but the opposition has apparently unm
A 27-year-old Thunder Bay man has been charged with attempted murder and careless use of a firearm following a shooting of a city man on the weekend.
The City of Thunder Bay was on “high alert” Monday night as 70 millimetres more rain was expected to fall overnight, on top of the 50-60 mm that fell earlier in the day.
If a big American city like Detroit can go broke, should anyone be surprised if a small Northern town might also teeter on the brink of financial collapse?
Don McArthur doesn’t think so.
In the coming days, the Dew Drop Inn Soup Kitchen will be making a milestone.