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YES Employment Services celebrated a successful summer jobs program Thursday, noting that 250 youth were placed in jobs that helped them gain experience in their field of interest.

A Thunder Bay man has been charged with aggravated assault following a stabbing Thursday at a N. Brodie Street apartment.

A Kenora Ontario Provincial Police officer has been charged with theft and fraud.

Thunder Bay’s Brodie Resource Library will be closing for a week beginning Monday to make way for “some big changes.”

The Northwestern Ontario Associated Chamber of Commerce has announced plans to create an activity-based mining supply and service sub-committee that will administer mining related activities and event

The Atikokan Generating Station will soon be producing electricity using biomass.

The Nature Conservancy of Canada and its partners are celebrating a significant conservation achievement today near Thunder Bay.

The recreation trails in County Park won’t be dark much longer, with new fixtures to be installed in the fall.

Striking Bombardier workers in Thunder Bay have urged the Toronto Transit Commission’s board of directors not to accept vehicles assembled by replacement workers.

Cooler temperatures this week might have people thinking about fall, but this is just temporary.