The temperature reached 7.8 C in Thunder Bay on Monday, and with the sunshine that accompanied it, lots of snow was melting, and causing problems in some areas.
Big trucks loaded with prairie grain have joined familiar logging trucks on the region’s highways.
The return of a summer street festival in Kakabeka Falls is a step closer following a weekend public meeting.
But not everyone is happy about the timing.
A two-year-old Shelter House program that has helped keep chronic alcoholics out of Thunder Bay’s jail and hospital emergency ward has proved its worth, but the program’s cost remains a sobering topic
Musher Tamara Eyre of Boreal Journeys drives a team of dogs, giving Jeverson Sentosjunior of Brazil his first taste of a Thunder Bay winter.
Federation of Canadian Municipalities members have donated dozens of children’s books to the Thunder Bay Public Library as part of the FCM’s Canada by the Book program.
A Panakhyda memorial service was held Sunday at Thunder Bay’s Holy Cross Ukrainian Catholic Church for the victims of protests in Ukraine.
Thunder Bay police, firefighters and paramedics responded Thursday to a motor vehicle collision between a pickup truck and a van on Edward Street in front of the Northwood Park Plaza.
The Fort William First Nation is hosting a special conference on mining and economic development this month, aimed at helping aboriginal youth realize the enormous opportunities for them in the indust
The Rainy River District OPP, Treaty Three Police Service and the Rainy River District Community Policing Committee will be hosting an open skate for youth and their parents on Monday in Fort Frances.