Gridiron gains

Gridiron gains

Updated at 05:05 - It’s an unlikely story that may have an improbable ending one of these years.Mount Pearl Senior High graduate Simeon Mercer is living in British Columbia, and...

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Fire chief supports Quidi Vidi Lake site for fireworks

Updated at 03:32 - Quidi Vidi Lake is still the best spot for New Year’s Eve fireworks, says the St. John’s fire chief. St. John’s Regional Fire Department Chief Jerry Peach — in response to a request from Ward 2 Coun. Jonathan Galgay to study the possibility of....

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Déjà vu

Updated at 03:34 - The Public Utilities Board has had to reassess its review schedule because of delays in receiving information..

Don’t let terrorism win

Updated at 03:34 - In the Vancouver airport, the parents of a Muslim family stand stock-still, watching the news from Ottawa play out on television...

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AHL IceCaps doing a lot of things the right way

Updated at 03:35 - It has nothing to do with their political bent, but the St. John’s IceCaps are definitely a right-leaning team these days.Of the 12 forwards the IceCaps dressed in their last game, Wednesday’s 3-2 overtime loss to the Binghamton Senators at Mile One....

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Storm chasing, birdwatcher style

Updated at 03:34 - Every hurricane that forms in the warm tropical waters of the Atlantic Ocean catches the attention of a group of hard-core birdwatchers on the Avalon Peninsula..

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I can see clearly now

Updated at 03:33 - Jaime Sommers move over; I am well on the way to becoming a bionic woman.

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Business

King challenges business community to work together

Updated on October 24, 2014 - Business, Tourism, Culture and Rural Development Minister Darin King stressed the importance of working together to strengthen the economy when he addressed the Greater Corner Brook Board of Trade during its luncheon held in the city Friday..

Company suing City of Corner Brook

Updated on October 24, 2014 - A New Brunswick concrete firm is suing the City of Corner Brook for $101,400. The statement of claim, filed Oct. 14 with the...

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Entertainment

Books that go bump in the night

Updated at 03:02 - As October nears its end and the evenings grow darker, thoughts turn to things that go bump in the night. I like to read a good scary story every year around Halloween, and so this month I’ll recommend some of the best spooky reads to pick up this....

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Community

Community Heroes: Red Shoe Crews raise $240,000

Updated on October 20, 2014 - Ronald McDonald House (RMHNL) and Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro, the presenting sponsor of the second annual Red Show Crew-Walk for Families, have released details from this year’s events. More than 3,500 people took part in Ronald McDonald House’s....

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