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Thunder Bay Police have ruled out foul play in this spring’s discovery of the remains of an infant on the city’s south side.

The Dryden Police Services Board is looking for a new chief of police.
The board announced Tuesday the resignation of Rob Davis, effective Jan. 4.

Five North Shore communities experienced exciting races for the top jobs Monday night, with at least one major upset and a few veterans hanging on to their seats in votes characterized by high turnout

Thunder Bay Mayor Keith Hobbs was re-elected for a second straight term Monday night, despite ongoing concerns over the city’s proposed event centre and the highest homicide rate in memory.

Voter turnout in Monday’s municipal election in Thunder Bay is looking good.

Thunder Bay Police have ruled out foul play in this spring’s discovery of the remains of an infant on the city’s south side.

A report that a woman was being held against her will has led to charges against a Thunder Bay man and youth.

The provincial government says it will try to get back $1.9 million sunk into an insolvent Thunder Bay cancer-detection company as the operation tries to resolve billing issues and re-emerge under new

A group of former nurses and supporters want to see the memory of the Port Arthur General Hospital preserved for future generations.