Springdale girl riding Winter Games’ wave of fame as Premier’s Cup recipient
Drummer and guitarist Aiden Parsons of Baie Verte finds music cathartic
Roller coaster expansion year in senior hockey for Springdale Braves
Springdale girls learned to curl to seize winter games opportunity
Springdale math teacher retires after 30-plus years
Hearing impaired forward from Baie Verte playing hockey for central at Winter ...
Springdale fire chief re-appointed for four more years
Sexual assault conviction against Fleur-de-Lys man stands
Springdale crab fisherman optimistic about season
Book ReMarks: Preparing the Ghost
The Food Dude: Getting Grilled – Aunt Karen’s Moreish Mars Bar Squares
VIDEO: Musician hopes to carry Twillingate opera singer's legacy into 21st century
CINDY DAY: Robin sightings can be deceiving
Newfoundland fishermen featured in Xbox Canada series celebrating new game launch
What happens when you pit a crew of Newfoundland fishermen against a crew of Xbox gamers is something the world will find out when an online content series launches next week. Three of those fishermen — Rick Crane of Cox’s Cove and ...
Seniors in Profile: Ethel Patey reflects on achievements in Main Brook
MAIN BROOK, NL – Anne Frank once said, “No one has ever become poor by giving.” Ethel Patey knows it. The Main Brook resident has been reaching out to others and giving of herself throughout her entire life. “The desire ...
Grandma Says, “Say it ain’t ‘thundersnow’!”
One minute you’re reaching for your sunglasses, and the next minute it looks like you’re trapped in a snow globe! Thursday’s weather was very changeable because the air mass overhead was unsettled. In meteorological ...
Lewisporte resident celebrates 101st birthday
LEWISPORTE, NL – With 101 years under his belt, Victor Baker has no trouble staying active and full of joy. His 101st birthday brought many relatives and community leaders down to Pleasantview Manor in Lewisporte to share his zest for ...
Port aux Basques church helping to provide guitars for vets
PORT AUX BASQUES, NL – St. Paul’s Church will be passing the hat for a worthy cause during their gospel country music evening at 7 p.m. on Sunday, March 18. Guitars for Vets is designed to help veterans and current members of the ...
CINDY DAY: Snow — a weighty subject for sure!
In his 1911 handbook, anthropologist Franz Boas claimed, “Eskimos have dozens, or even hundreds, of words for snow.” Personally, I only know a couple but I can say that there are many different types of snow. Snow can be ...
Lewisporte students receive gold and platinum recognition for volunteer work
LEWISPORTE, NL – Memorial University students and Lewisporte locals Amber Tremblett and Kristen Peckford were honoured for their devoted volunteer work Feb. 28 in St. John’s. Through Memorial’s volunteer incentive program ...
Interest in true crime leads to podcast about past Newfoundland and Labrador scofflaws
Alicia Bishop and Andrea Bowen share an interest in true crime. Little did they expect that interest to lead to them becoming hosts of a podcast discussing the subject. Their show, “Crime709,” focuses on a discussion of past ...
The Food Dude: Chowing down on chowder
It would be a far cry from falsehood to say I enjoy soups and sauces more than the average cook. Purees, broths, ramen, chili, everything à la king and, of course, traditional Newfoundland soups (which to my apparent shame I’ve only ...
Open ears, open heart
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL – It can be difficult for people dealing with mental health issues to reach out for help, but it’s easier if the person listening has struggled too. Consumer Health Awareness Network Newfoundland and Labrador ...