Davies Brook Bridge safety issues addressed at Springdale council meeting
Sheilah Mackinnon Drover celebrates Newfoundland’s maritime past in new book
New volunteers invigorate Baie Verte recreation
Parents in Baie Verte upset over pending implementation of 1.6-kilometre busing policy
Springdale school's GSA named Grand Marshals of 2018 Pride Parade in St. ...
Burlington man contends his comments against LGBTQ presentation were not homophobic
Middle Arm school parents keep children from attending LGBTQ presentation
Dorset Collegiate are back-to-back provincial badminton champions
Springdale receives Active Communities Award from Recreation Newfoundland and Labrador
Stephenville council tendering garbage collection, leasing backhoe
Water line break in area of fire hydrant outside Grenfell Campus
Burin hosts medical student workshop
Discarded needles a concern in George’s Brook-Milton
Wow, Springdale will have a Pride Week
Deck area being added to Gander visitor information centre for summer entertainment
GANDER, NL – The tourism information centre in Gander is getting a new deck for musical and theatrical performances. Federal and provincial funding for the deck, which will overlook Gander Lake, was announced yesterday, May 22. The ...
Addictions slowly attributing to upswing in Gander crime rates
GANDER, N.L. — First quarter calls for service were up nine per cent for the Gander RCMP Detachment. From January to the end of March 2018, the RCMP received 620 calls for service, up from 567 during the previous year’s first ...
Enforcement cameras to be tested out at highway construction zones in N.L. this summer
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Some highway construction zones in Newfoundland and Labrador will be monitored with enforcement cameras this summer as the provincial government works to increase safety for motorists and crews. The province is ...
N.L. government proposes protective change for Schools Act
An amendment to the provincial Schools Act, now making its way in the House of Assembly, will offer a new tool for administrators for handling cases when a student’s presence at a school is considered to be of harm to students and ...
Heavy rain in the east, snow in central Newfoundland and Labrador
The Avalon Peninsula is getting a dump of rain but snowfall warnings are in effect for central areas of the island portion of the province today, according to Environment Canada. Snowfall with total amounts of 15-30 cm are expected for central ...
Council members want more support for Stephenville airport
The Stephenville town council approved a grant of $200,000 to the Stephenville Airport Corp. for 2018 at its general meeting on Thursday, which Coun. Mike Tobin termed as a soul-searching exercise. It wasn’t that he begrudged giving the ...
Brothers still waiting for verdict on charges related to allegations of illegal reporting of herring catches
Tony Young and Todd Young were in provincial court in Corner Brook on Tuesday. The brothers were there in anticipation of hearing a verdict on a number of charges related to allegations of illegal reporting of herring catches at their 3Ts fish ...
Cause of Pasadena house fire undetermined
An investigation into a fire at a Pasadena home on May 17 has failed to determine exactly what caused the blaze. Cpl. Dave Cooper of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Deer Lake said Tuesday that investigators with the RCMP and Fire and ...
One youth charged in relation to Stephenville High incident
While he wasn’t sure of the charge, Const. Ken LaSaga of the Bay St. George RCMP said one youth is being charged in relation to the incident at Stephenville High School on Tuesday morning. Stephenville High took emergency measures before ...
Flat Bay Band Inc. helping out with capacity building and mentorship program
Chief Liz Lasaga of the Flat Bay Band Inc. said her band is assisting other band councils by Capacity Building through mentorship and training. She said in a prepared release more than 1,000 individuals make up their membership, residing within ...