Signs of spring filled the Baggage Building Arts Centre during the annual Seedy Sunday event.
Flips, jumps and stunts were all a part of the action during the Ontario Cheerleading Federation North Cheerleading Championships on Sunday at Fort William Gardens.
A Thunder Bay man is to appear in court today on charges of arson and mischief.
Sporting head-to-toe spandex, the region’s top skate skiers sped past a group of rosy-cheeked Boreal Ballerinas, who happily chugged along the trail in taffeta tutus.
You all have them. You know you do. They roll around in drawers, or fill up empty jars but not all of us really know what to do with those weak or dead batteries.
The Dryden District Chamber of Commerce is looking for nominations for its 17th annual Business Excellence Awards.
The Town of Marathon has been able to cut through the red tape that was preventing it from conducting additional tests on a proposed landfill site north of town.
Lakehead University Engineering students Kurtis Schram and Munir Enbaia demonstrate their unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to Umed Panu, associate vice-president of research, economic development and inn
Most Longlac-area residents had their heat back on Friday, but Union Gas and municipal officials were still trying to contact about 40 homeowners who appeared to be out of town when furnaces shut off
An Ear Falls man died in a snowmobile crash Thursday on a power line right-of-way near the community.