On Friday, David Fleming said he would dig up the headstone at his war veteran father’s grave and take it to Veterans Affairs if the marker was not repaired in 48 hours.
On Monday, he followed through on what he said and, along with a friend and his cousins, pulled the headstone from the ground.
Read the full story in today’s print edition of The Telegram.
Also on the front page, Torbay residents are unhappy with their town council’s decision to accept cash in lieu of land in a subdivision deal.
The Telegram website offers only a sample of the stories our reporters, editors and photographers work hard to get to the public every day.
Today’s print edition of The Telegram, on the other hand, contains much more, from news and detailed sports, to opinion pieces and an expanded A&E section.
Inside today’s print edition:
• On page A3, a man appears in court facing 57 charges.
• Page A4, it’s just beachy — a photo slideshow of people enjoying the beautiful Monday weather at Topsail Beach.
• Page A5, Easter Seals photo exhibit opens.
• “Bald, and loving it” is the title of Steve Bartlett’s column on page B2.
• On page B5, a Canadian Press story of the ex-boyfriend charged with murder in Toronto area dismemberment.
• C1 begins the sports section with the latest on the NHL talks.
• On our front business page, D1, a story on a survey that indicates non-union salaries are going up.
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