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A Thunder Bay man is the latest winner of $100,000 with Encore in the July 30 Lotto 6/49 draw.

Thunder Bay police have charged two University of Ottawa hockey players in connection with a sexual assault that took place in February when the team was in the city for a pair of games.

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.