Hands were at the ready and all eyes were on the screen.
The community of Kashechewan has declared an emergency due to a high risk of flooding on the Albany River.
The Kapuskasing & District Chamber of Commerce will be holding its 53rd Annual General Meeting on Thursday, May 14, 2015 at the Centre de Loisirs.
Friends, family, and representatives from the Town of Kapuskasing and Chamber of Commerce were present at the grand re-opening of the Rustic Bucket on Apr.18.
Kapuskasing’s Sophie Lebrun and the rest of the Sudbury Lady Wolves got the start they wanted at the 2015 Esso Cup national championship.
One lucky woman will have her dream fulfilled in the upcoming months as part of the follow-up to the “What's your Dream” contest.
The Times learned on Monday of the passing of Florent “Jos” Godin at the age of 81.
Drisdale’s Variety is adding just that – more variety – as the local staple convenience store has expanded its operations.
Rotary Club members in Kapuskasing are going to have their voices heard across the community on Apr.26, as part of the annual Rotary Radio Day.
The provincial government is considering its options to make it possible once again for people travelling from Hearst to Thunder Bay to take the bus directly there.
The Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities (FONOM) commends the Ontario government for announcing today that they will be providing funding
George Graham, R.P.F. of Hearst, Ontario, was recently awarded the Honoured Professional Award from the Ontario Professional Foresters Association (OPFA).
That’s the suggestion and slogan of Ontario By Bike, a project of Transportation Options, a non-profit organization and leader in cycle tourism development.
Bruce Jenner has finally let the world in on his strange and solitary journey.
Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr has been granted bail, an Edmonton Court of Queen's Bench judge ruled Friday.