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  • Courthouse not fit for winter

    It comes less than a year after operations were moved to Fong's Restaurant in nearby Carbonear for two weeks last November. According to the ...

  • Work begins at Bay Roberts business park site

    Pieces of heavy equipment have been working at the site clearing the land, doing some grubbing and making a roadway through the 60-acres of town ...

  • Not just a boys game

    They worked on passing, catching and hitting each other with a ferocity usually reserved for their opponents. As coach Brian Hughes was teaching ...

  • Scott Andrews stepping away from politics

    He pledged to focus his energies on his family and a life outside of the politics. “You will not see my name on a ballot any time soon,” said ...

  • CBN voters not fazed by electoral district change

    Starting in Salmon Cove and moving northward, towns were moved to the federal district of Bonavista-Burin-Trinity when the area was realigned in ...

  • Putrid pipe spurs action

    It’s what prompted him to dump a bucket of the rancid human waste over the front desk of the town’s offices during his lunch break on Tuesday.“It ...

  • Sexual assault victim becomes symbol of strength through book

    The Green’s Harbour resident spent a significant amount of time in Spaniard’s Bay for the first time since two men viciously assaulted her — both ...

  • Bay Arena takes to web to combat litter

    The stadium recently started posting pictures from exterior cameras to both its Twitter and Facebook feeds. There are also plans to begin posting ...

  • Guardrails in need of repairs

    We’re talking about guardrails — those structures of wood and steel that people don’t take heed to until the time when they are in dire need of ...

  • Work approved to accommodate bus route

    This is after the Town of Harbour Grace passed a motion during its regular council meeting on Sept. 9 that would see grubbing done, the road ...