Corner Brook Traffic Cam
Red curtains rise again for Maxim Mazumdar
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Excavator being used in Blanche Brook upsets Stephenville man
Corner Brook Legion celebrates one of its own
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Benoit’s Cove resident killed in all-terrain accident on Logger School Road
York Harbour’s Timothy Sheppard sentenced to 3 months for fraud
Jesse Renouf dedicated to Bay St. George Special Olympics Torch Relay
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Barker’s Battle Run for Huntington Disease coming up this weekend in Coachman’s Cove
Happy Valley-Goose Bay Law Enforcement Torch Walk supports local Special Olympics
School project leads to community garden in King’s Point
Grand Falls-Windsor veterinarian hopes to improve animals’ chances of finding homes
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, N.L. – Amanda Stuckey is giving back to her community. “It’s rewarding to help the animals that need the help the most — that don’t have anybody else looking out for them,” said Stuckey, a ...
Labrador City woman comforting those in need
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. — Janet Parsons of Labrador City has come up with a way to give comfort to cancer patients while honouring the memory of her sister-in-law and best friend, Cindy Burke. Parsons got the idea of knitting prayer shawls from ...
Grand Falls-Windsor Community Kitchen celebrates third anniversary
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, N.L. – No matter who you are, there’s always a nutritious meal waiting for you on Wednesdays. “This is open to everybody, every walk of life is welcome,” said Laurie Ballard, member of the management ...
Volunteers pitch in to make a difference to Port aux Basques harbour for World Oceans Day
PORT AUX BASQUES, N.L. – Nikita Osmond was among the volunteers who braved the chilly spring wind on Saturday morning, June 8 for a worthy cause. As part of World Oceans Day, volunteers dragged up trash from one section of the harbour and ...
Springdale council investigating possible locations for town dog park
SPRINGDALE, N.L. - Mayor Dave Edison says plans are moving forward in considering creating a dog park in his town. “It was brought to council’s attention and there was no one opposed,” Edison said. “We thought it was a good ...
Another fantastic year for the Great Northern Peninsula’s Iceberg Festival
GREAT NORTHERN PENINSULA, NL. – The Iceberg Festival has just completed another highly successful run. The Festival, which ran from June 1-10, brings together communities on the Great Northern Peninsula to celebrate community, culture, art, ...
Know the warning signs of compassion fatigue: N.L. counsellor
Helpers who are exposed to others’ pain daily must be careful that they take care of themselves or they could experience compassion fatigue. Some give more than they should because they “feel like they have to keep giving,” said ...
Choices for Youth holds youth homelessness summit in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L. — You wouldn’t think homelessness amongst youth is an issue, but the problem is that it does exist. A Social Innovation Summit was held in Happy Valley-Goose Bay last week to address the topic of youth ...
Relay for Life celebrates another great year in Labrador West
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. — The Relay for Life took place June 9 in Labrador City, and while the event’s future is uncertain, what is not in question is that people in Labrador West will always support cancer-related fundraisers. “We ...
Saying goodbye to Lamaline’s Sea Cadets Corps
LAMALINE, N.L. — For over 34 years the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps 289 Corvette played a vital role in Lamaline. Annual ceremonial review of RCSCC 289 Corvette. - Submitted “If anything goes on in our community, the ...