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Corner Brook Salvation Army trying new approach with café church
The Salvation Army Citadel in Corner Brook is trying something new to make church a more relaxing environment for everyone. On Sunday, at 6:30 p.m., the Salvation Army will be serving up tea and coffee, soft drinks and snacks as it hosts its first ...
Vote for MusicNL's Fan's Choice Entertainer of the Year
You never miss a local show. You've got digital downloads of all their albums (and likely CD copies, too.) You even have the official toque. Take take your fandom to the next level by supporting your favourite local artist or band in this ...
There’s a true Port de Grave Peninsula Romeo and Juliet story behind $30K painting 'True Lovers Leap, Newfoundland'
It brought in more than $30,000 on an online auction last week in Toronto, but there’s a riveting story behind the rare, decades-old painting depicting a small fishing village in this province — and local residents are quick to share ...
PHOTOS: A 'Mummers' Run' around Quidi Vidi Lake
It was a rain-or-shine event, and unfortunately for participants in Saturday's Mummers' Run around Quidi Vidi Lake, they were contending with the former. Les Ms. Choir hosted the event, a five-kilometre race around the lake that was ...
VIDEO: Gift ideas for Newfoundland and Labrador seniors at Christmastime
As the youngest child in her family, Barbara Dobbin clearly remembers being spoiled at Christmastime growing up in St. John's. "There was nothing I didn't get," the 82-year-old told The Telegram, seated in her cozy living space ...
Pasadena teen and Corner Brook native up for Human Rights Award
A Pasadena teen and a man originally from Corner Brook are among eight people in the province who have been nominated for the 2019 Newfoundland and Labrador Human Rights Award. Jessie Lawrence is a 2SLGBTQ+ advocate and a youth activist, while ...
Corner Brook Salvation Army looking for more volunteers like Jack Pennell
Jack Pennell is not a member of the Salvation Army officially, but he doesn't let that stand in the way of helping out the corps. The 81-year-old Corner Brook man has been a dedicated volunteer for the Salvation Army's Christmas Kettle ...
Jennifer Stratton-Renouf prepares to direct first Advent choral concert in Corner Brook without Gary Graham
Jennifer Stratton-Renouf was always inspired by her music teacher Gary Graham. She followed in his footsteps in many ways, completing a music degree and using her expertise to teach music to young children as an elementary school teacher. Now, ...
Gary Graham's influence spanned four generations of Corner Brook family
As the arts school named after Gary Graham prepares for its first Christmas without him, the legacy he left is beginning to reverberate more strongly. Graham, who died in June at the age of 73, was a beloved and admired music teacher in Corner ...
Deer Lake recognizes nine residents with Pride of the Town Awards
From two parents who have turned their grief into something to honour their child and help others, to lifelong volunteers in the community, Deer Lake has shown how proud it is of some of its residents. Last week, the town presented Pride of the ...