Random Island Academy raises over $14,000 for one of their own
Tricentia Academy in Arnold's Cove celebrates inclusion and diversity
A Packet of past - May 31
Liminality endurance trail race makes history in Clarenville
Clarenville Caribous to celebrate Herder win June 16 with community event
Food Dude — Dr. Frank's Gastrotorium
Grieg NL’s environmental impact statement for Placentia Bay project needs more work, ...
Premier heading to Happy Valley-Goose Bay next week
Second man charged in connection with Bonavista incident
Chances are Newfoundland and Labrador won’t feel the NHL draft this weekend
Saltos Gymnastics Club introducing new program structure for 2018-19 season
Western girls named to provincial 16U female baseball team
Corner Brook's Isaac Buckingham having fun playing with the Western Wolves
Corner Brook Girls Under-10 Soccer Summer Kickoff Tournament gets underway
Girls 14U team includes six players from Grand Falls-Windsor
Ryane Clowe checks off all the boxes for the Newfoundland Growlers
Back in May of 2015, six months after he played what would be his last National Hockey League game, Ryane Clowe coached a Newfoundland hockey team. Bet he didn’t figure he’d be doing that again. Wednesday morning, the Toronto Maple ...
Three players from Corner Brook minor baseball system earn spot on provincial 15U male team
Three budding baseball players in the Corner Brook minor baseball team have been named to the provincial 15U male baseball team. Adam Ward and Jay Miller, both of Corner Brook, and Massey Drive’s Thomas Hancock will suit up with Team NL at ...
Change of location sees increased interest for Fly Your Car in Gander
GANDER, N.L. – A change in location has brought an increased interest to Gander’s automotive race scene. The seventh annual Fly Your Car in Gander races, June 16, took place in the Steele Community Centre parking lot. Typically, it has ...
Maple Leafs name Ryane Clowe head coach of Newfoundland Growlers
It's official. As reported in The Telegram last weekend, the Toronto Maple Leafs have officially named Ryane Clowe head coach of the Newfoundland Growlers. Clowe, born in St. John's and raised in Fermeuse and Mount Pearl, joins the ...
Baker's dozen of NLers headed to Czech Republic for world ball hockey tourneys
Thirteen players from Newfoundland and Labrador are off to the Czech Republic next week for a pair of international ball hockey tournaments. The first International Street and Ball Hockey Federation girls’ U20 championship runs June 28-July 1 ...
When it comes to ball hockey, Newfoundlanders are proving to be world class
The world juniors are coming to Mount Pearl. Well, maybe not those world juniors — the IIHF World Junior Championship — but the International Street and Ball Hockey Federation’s world junior tournament next month. The two rinks ...
Western Kings still in limbo; HNL president Jack Lee says his organization won't act on anonymous complaints
Details remain scarce about the Western Kings and their status a couple of months after removing pieces of their coaching staff. The Western Star has learned an anonymous letter sent by a parent detailing concerns about an alleged hazing incident ...
Deer Lake's Rebecca Spracklin eager to embrace the baseball diamond in her own back yard
Rebecca Spracklin has never stepped on a baseball field. She’s never caught a fly ball. She’s never ran the bases. She has never experienced the sweet sound of the bat making contact with the ball. She doesn’t know all ...
Soccer may be tops, but it’s not the only sport Lawn’s Brent Hennebury enjoys
LAWN, N.L. – Brent Hennebury says most people only know him for his skills on the soccer pitch. The 18-year-old, who is winding down his high school days this month at Holy Name of Mary Academy (HNMA) in Lawn, is in his third season with the ...
Steady Brook's Kelsey Hogan first woman to cross the finish line at Quebec ultramarathon
Kelsey Hogan won’t ever be accused of being too lazy to get out of her own way. The 23-year-old Steady Brook native, an ultramarathon runner who works as an engagement organizer with the Nature Trust of New Brunswick in Fredericton, finished ...