Profile of Josh Pennell

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  • A peaceful man of war

    Ricketts, from Middle Arm, lied about his age when he 15 so he could join the Royal Newfoundland Regiment and join the First World War effort. ...

  • School’s out forever

    After more than 50 years of educating people, Booth is closing. But the people gathering Saturday for one last look remembered a place that did ...

  • An architect who designs for life

    It was an usual process of trying to keep the project Newfoundland, but instead of following the guide of the past, creating a new recipe. There ...

  • Family finds place to stay in St. John’s while children are in hospital

    The Ronald McDonald House in St. John’s provides a sanctuary for visiting families with sick children who have to spend time at the ...

  • Real Estate agent recognized with humanitarian award

    “It was quite a surprise and I’m feeling extremely humbled to be recognized,” Burton told The Telegram. “Only a small part of that (award) ...

  • The pain of a financial cavity

    Anne is a senior on a fixed income who lives in Bay Roberts. She has asked The Telegram to use only her first name. Anne recently went to the ...

  • Jud Haynes answers 20 Questions

    The one-time bass player for the band Wintersleep works constantly at his job as a graphic designer and illustrator. It just so happens that his ...

  • A celebration for Selam

    “I can’t explain how happy I am. Still now I can’t believe I am with my family,” she says. When she was 15, Measho left a Libyan refugee camp to ...

  • Students throw book at tuition hike plans

    As part of this year’s budget, the government cut the operating grant to Memorial University by more than $20 million — $318 million, down from ...

  • Local sentry honoured to stand at War Memorial

    He wasn’t the only person killed that day. The gunman, Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, was later shot and killed himself. The rampage was considered an ...