Police at scene of possible stabbing in Conception Bay South
St. Anthony seeking new contractor to complete harbour dredging
Vacationing in Pennsylvania Wilds? Hike yeah, it’s loads of fun!
Fundraiser held in memory of Justin Harding’s organ donation
Black Tickle getting boat plane service
House Works: Wainscoting boosts interior home classiness
Floatplane crashes in northern Labrador
The old dirt roads of Croque
MARK TOWHEY: The space race — Sputnik to Apollo
The old dirt roads of Croque
Clarenville Days events continue today
Two Marystown high school students win prestigious award
Rose Blanche art studio, gallery becoming popular destination
Gander Community Garden getting plenty of support
Olga Kinden of Green Island Cove receives Seniors of Distinction award
Grand Falls-Windsor author pens book on Jones Shield
Roy Oldford is sitting in the living room of his Grand Falls-Windsor home when the doorbell rings. The shrill of the bell caused a momentary pause in his conversation with the Central Voice. At the door is someone looking to pick up ...
Wesleyville writer signs on with Warner Brothers to write horror screenplays
When he was five, Chris Lewis Carter watched the film Child’s Play for the first time. His babysitter had a couple of friends over to watch the movie. Lewis wanted to be a part of it. Child’s Play is considered a classic in ...
Arts Under the Stars starts new season
Arts Under the Stars starts its 14th season tonight, July 4, at the Eastlink Events Centre theatre in Clarenville. East Coast Music Award nominated musician Rosemary Lawton will be performing traditional Irish Newfoundland ...
Burin Peninsula Folk Festival back for 36th year
The 36th annual Festival of Folk Song and Dance is taking place this weekend and there’s a little something for everyone. The festival, which has been around since 1984, kicks off on Friday at Pearce Junior High School in Salt Pond with ...
Roddickton-Bide Arm celebrates Canada's birthday
Residents of Roddickton-Bide Arm were in a festive spirit with Canada Day celebrations throughout the day. Discover More Forteau hosts Canada Day celebrations St. Anthony marks Memorial Day St. Anthony celebrates 2019 Canada Day ...
Forteau hosts Canada Day celebrations
Locals came out to the Forteau town hall this morning to celebrate Canada's 152nd birthday. Three military personnel, Trevor Flynn, Cleveland Saulter and Scott Suley, were home for the occasion and were given the honour of ...
St. Anthony marks Memorial Day
On each July 1, a contingent, including the local Royal Canadian Legion, air cadets, sea cadets, veterans, servicemen and servicewomen and family members, march to commemorate Memorial Day in St. Anthony. The parade departs from the St. ...
St. Anthony celebrates 2019 Canada Day
The town of St. Anthony initiated its Canada Day celebrations on Monday morning with its annual bicycle parade to the Polar Centre. The ceremony kicked off at 10:00 am with the raising of the Canada flag by Deputy Mayor Krista Howell and singing ...
Sunnyside unveils new memorial park
The children of Sunnyside are gleefully enjoying their new playground and park, after an official unveiling on Thursday, June 21. The park, named after Robert and Marguerite Peddle, was the project of the local recreation committee, who saw to ...
Community rallies to support Burnt Island family who lost home to blaze
When fire destroyed the home of a retired teacher and her grandson recently, people in their Burnt Islands community were quick to respond. Ethel and Neil Lawrence were left homeless on June 13. By the next day, Shirley Keeping and Winnie ...