The City of St. John’s wants two provincial organizations to help it do a traffic study on the streets in and around Memorial University Campus.
And, a 26-year-old woman starts a support group to provide siblings of people with intellectual and mobility disabilities a place to share their stories, find support and networking opportunities.
These are just two of the stories you will find in today’s print edition of The Telegram.
The Telegram website contains just a sampling of stories our reporters, photographers and editors work hard on each day.
Also in today’s print edition, a story under the headline “A twist of the wrist for Children’s Wish” reports on a motorcycle ride in support of the Children’s Wish Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador.
On A4, a photo feature of the weekly farmers’ market in St. John’s.
On A5, read about how the mining industry remains confident about the Labrador Trough’s long-term project despite waning iron ore prices.
On B5, read an inspiring story of a kidney disease advocate who plans to climb three mountains in the Himalayas.
On B4, it’s the Crossweek puzzle.
On B6, check out this week’s community heroes selections.
In the sports section, get detailed coverage of the Newfoundland and Labrador Summer Games, comments from NHLer Daniel Cleary on a possible work stoppage in the NHL, and the latest from the world of sports.
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