Police provide tips on safe winter driving now that the snow is flying
Corner Brook Traffic Cam
Stephenville launches strategic planning process
Western Star community calendar
Pasadena native Matthew Hollett’s new book delves into the story ...
ON THE 11th HOUR: when the war went quiet
Devastation, distinction: Battle of Beaumont-Hamel is etched in ...
Letters to Santa
Poll: Were you ready for snow this early? Be honest now
The Western Star
Equipment improvements helping Marystown food bank tackle usage increase
Fun times for seniors as Raleigh hosts dinner and dance
Newfoundland and Labrador Volunteer Hall of Fame welcomes new inductees
‘Opportunity to become involved in the conversation’
Nunatsiavut holding events to observe 100th anniversary of Spanish flu epidemic in Okak
Southwest Arm remembers the 87 Navy veterans from the First World War
Mayor John Hamlyn has enjoyed his 55 years of service in Crow Head
CROW HEAD, N.L. By his recollection, John Hamlyn has served as Mayor of Crow Head since about 1963 and has enjoyed his volunteer work for the town. When asked what he liked about being mayor, the 86-year-old laughed before ...
West Talk: The Western Star and Rogers TV tackle the region's most pressing issues
The Western Star's Nicholas Mercer and Troy Turner sit with Rogers TV's Dave Luther to dig into some of the region's issues. ...
New support group in Labrador West for women dealing with cancer
LABRADOR WEST, N.L. Frances Lynch and Cindy White both know what it’s like to face a health crisis and the importance of having someone to talk to, to listen and to offer comfort. Lynch was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2016. ...
UPDATED: Community Sector Council holding engagement sessions in Labrador
A group representing voluntary and non-profit organizations in the province is touring the province speaking with representatives from local groups. Penelope Rowe, chief executive officer with the Community Sector Council (CCS) of Newfoundland and ...
Labrador West remembers
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. It was a cold and blustery day in Labrador City on Nov. 11 for the annual Remembrance Day ceremony. Temperatures approaching -10 degrees didn’t stop the gathering of about 50 people from remembering those who gave ...
St. Anthony remembers
ST. ANTHONY, N.L. Though it was cold and the ground was white with snow, there was never any question, the people of St. Anthony were marching on Nov. 11 to pay their respects to veterans. This year’s ceremonies marked the 100th ...
Grand Falls-Windsor marks Remembrance Day
Hundreds of people turned out on a blustery but relatively clear day in Grand Falls-Windsor to mark Remembrance Day on Sunday. Representatives of various military branches and their corresponding youth groups, community organizations, and ...
Port aux Basques remembers
Since the weather failed to co-operate, for the second straight year the Remembrance Day services in Port aux Basques were held at St. James Elementary School. Despite the high winds, bitter cold and scattered showers, the gymnasium was packed tight ...
Holyrood gathers for Remembrance Day 2018
Members of R.C.S.C.C 251 Southern Cross Sea Cadets marching in Sunday’s Remembrance Day parade in Holyrood. HOLYROOD, N.L. Close to 200 people gathered by the war memorial in Holyrood Sunday morning, Nov. 11 to honour those who served ...
Memorial banners serve as means of remembering Carbonear’s fallen soldiers
CARBONEAR, N.L. Strolling down Water Street in Carbonear it’s impossible not to notice the dozens of banners bearing the names and faces of the many veterans who called Carbonear their home. Each one features the name and face of a ...