Clarenville swears in new council
Liberal hopeful Pete Soucy discusses aquaculture project with Grieg NL officials
Hickman's Harbour fishers relieved DFO ditched new rule for herring fishery
N.L.’s moose hunters reminded to use firearms safely
Milton cidery and orchard project receives environmental approval
Huge turnout in Clarenville to honour Cpl. O’Keefe and first responders
Clarenville Memorial walk raises over $8K for mental health
Petition calls for end to N.L.’s 1.6-km busing rule
Where Once They Sailed: George Stringer among first NL casualties of Great ...
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Cormack Guides in Clarenville area take part in district-wide events
Donnini’s to raise funds and awareness for domestic violence
Grand Falls-Windsor dance troupe dreaming of Disney
It’s Fire Prevention Week in Newfoundland and Labrador
Treasure Chest group fundraises for annual Breast Cancer Conference
Newfoundland Labrador Hydro announce results of the 6th Annual Red Shoe Crew-Walk for Families
World Teachers’ Day celebrated across Newfoundland and Labrador
There are more than 5,600 teachers who work in classroom settings and administrative roles in this province. “In my role as minister of education and early childhood development, through my work as an educator, and as a parent, I have experienced the ...
NL Heritage Foundation releasing booklet on Port Blandford’s old shops
This booklet focuses on the old shops of Port Blandford and the memories people have of those places. It’s called “Everything Was Wrapped in Brown Paper: The Old Shops of Port Blandford.” Katie Harvey, a researcher with the HFNL, said the Port ...
Gander woman chooses personal lifestyle change with an environmental impact
Chambers can be easily missed as she works her route, picking up garbage along the Trans-Canada highway. She starts at the James Paton Memorial Regional Health Centre and ends in the business section along Cooper Boulevard. “It has been five years ...
A final resting place for Gerald Squires
A small band of close friends, as well as staff from the Boyd’s Cove Beothuk Interpretation Centre, follow behind. “Each walk is different and it is sad today,” Gail says. They reach the location of the “The Spirit of the Beothuk,” a bronze statue ...
Bay Roberts woman pays it forward with wedding dress
Kim French of Bay Roberts could be making upwards of $1,000 for her unused wedding dress, however, she instead plans to pay it forward by giving it away for free. French purchased the dress in 2015 for just over $2,000. When her wedding got canceled, ...
Local schools compete in model boat races
The team representing Marystown Central High claimed the most aesthetically pleasing boat title at the Marine Institute’s model boat race Nov. 5.Hosted by the Marine Institute at its Ridge Road campus, the fifth edition of the annual event featured ...
The event is made possible each year by the Community Sector Council NL in collaboration with the Cabot Loop Clusters Project and Alliance for Community Engagement (ACE) to recognize their work for the community.Over 120 residents showed up for the ...
Hitting the right note
The event has been going on for six years presented by local ALS awareness and support group Pat’s Pals. Pat’s Pals is named after Cal Cole’s wife, Pat, who passed away after suffering from ALS nine years ago. “I decided it was appropriate to put a ...
Region remembers Jave Norman
Contributed photoDr. Jabez (Jave) NormanHe will be remembered not only for his contributions to family medicine, but as a member of the local community. A recipient of bachelor degrees in history and education at Memorial University of Newfoundland, ...
Sending the anti-bullying message in Grand Falls-Windsor
Decked out in pink shirts provided by the Violence Prevention Committee South and Central, the students of Exploits Valley Intermediate took part in Pink Day on Feb. 24 to speak out collectively about bullying. The slogan on the shirts was “the power ...