School project leads to community garden in King’s Point
Thriving Regions workshop examines new ideas for Baie Verte Peninsula
Spring fling: Copper Ridge Academy in Baie Verte site of special event
Dorset sea cadets perform annual review
Springdale native releasing third album
Springdale council investigating possible locations for town dog park
Springdale's Northcotte and Jacobs named Indian River High top athletes
Anaconda Mining hoping to see annual gold production surpass 100,000 ounces
Marathon Gold officials excited about potential for central Newfoundland mine
Port aux Basques swim team concludes another successful year
Edge of the Atlantic? NBL Canada says the plan is for St. John's to change divisions
Steady Brook's Kelsey Hogan first woman to cross the finish line at Quebec ultramarathon
Corner Brook nordic skier Hugh Warkentin taking his game to Kelowna
Lifeguard on duty: Roddickton-Bide Arm town pool to open for first time in two years
Frenchman’s Cove Special Olympian has one goal in mind for Canada Summer Games: have fun
MARYSTOWN, N.L. – Lucas Antle’s participation in Special Olympics sporting events started pretty casually about four years ago. “Mom mentioned it to me, and I was like, ‘Yeah, sure, I’ll give it a try,” he told ...
Placentia native named executive director of NL Basketball Association
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – The Newfoundland and Labrador Basketball Association (NLBA) will soon have a new executive director for the first time in nearly three decades. Judy Byrne was recently named to the role and will replace Bill Murphy ...
Botwood Collegiate hosts unified basketball tournament
BOTWOOD, N.L. – Special Olympic athletes and their peers teamed up to compete in an inclusive basketball competition. “It’s so cool seeing an atmosphere where everyone is so positive and so excited for each other,” said ...
Deer Lake Gracia Gymnastics Club preparing for year-end show
Deer Lake Gracia Gymnastics Club was a busy place on Monday afternoon, with spring programs soon clewing up and gymnasts preparing for the annual year-end show. The show will be taking place on June 26 at the Hodder Memorial ...
Big turnout for annual road race in Garnish-Frenchman’s Cove
GARNISH-FRENCHMAN’S COVE, N.L. — Under almost ideal conditions, 97 runners toed the start line June 2 in the 36th running of the VOCM 740 Garnish-Frenchman’s Cove 10-kilometre Road Race. Lisa Collins-Sheppard of Lamaline ...
Smash-Up for MS demolition derby will feature two extra rounds in big-car division this year
Spectators can expect more bang for the buck on derby day. Six rounds of metal-crushing adrenaline is on the agenda for the 2018 Smash-Up for Multiple Sclerosis demolition derby being held June 23 in Gillams. RELATED: 'Gillams derby ...
Mother Nature an unlikely challenger at Grand Falls-Windsor softball competition
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, N.L – Mother Nature nearly derailed an annual softball tournament in Grand Falls-Windsor. “Sunday’s weather forecast caused us to have to redo the schedule on Friday (June 1),” said tournament organizer ...
Grand Falls-Windsor women prepare to compete in July fitness competition
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, N.L. — For Krista Sharpe, a registered nurse, and Amy Glavine, a social worker, preparing for their upcoming fitness competition is a matter of self-discipline and perseverance. “This is a mental challenge, ...
Corner Brook's Dawn Ryan-Finlay having fun going for trys on the rugby pitch
Going for a try on the rugby field is proving to be another great outlet for Dawn Ryan-Finlay in her zest for taking on new activities to stay physically active. The Corner Brook native, a Grade 4 elementary teacher at Stephenville Elementary, is ...
Corner Brook's Mitchell French rewarded for dominant season on the volleyball court
Mitchell French was a dominant force on the volleyball court with a number of individual awards to show for a pile of wins strung together over the year. The six-foot-four Corner Brook native has blossomed into one of the finest male volleyball ...