Confederation College had something to sing about when it was announced during a variety show Monday that $58,827 in support of the United Way and Stock the Bank was raised this year.
Manitouwadge garbage collection resumed Monday after an apparent 11th-hour arrangement by the province resulted in a section of road leading to the town landfill getting plowed.
Strike preparations are being made this week by 20 Thunder Bay Red Cross Care Partners home support workers following the rejection of a tentative contract last week over wages and inadequate transpor
Thunder Bay Rotary Club members says this year’s version of its December Dreams arts and crafts sale proved to be one of the best yet.
St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Thunder Bay held a first-of-its-kind First Nation Christmas Service on Sunday.
An ice-covered tree was spotted Sunday near Sandy Beach, as ice fog creates a mist on Lake Superior.
Citing a significant drop in assessment, Dryden city council has hiked the tax rate for large industrial properties in the municipality by 15 per cent.
The Motors and Muscles Motorcycle raffle has been launched just in time for those shopping for stocking stuffers, and in support of the Our Kids Count program.
Students from Thunder Bay and Wawa have won first place in the Northern Credit Union 2014 Kids’ Photo Calendar Contest.
Deborah Poole-Hofmann, executive director of Volunteer Thunder Bay, was at Intercity Shopping Centre this week promoting Giving Tuesday.