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• Mould has closed the Baltimore High School library in Ferryland for at least another week. The problem was discovered more than a week ago, however, the school district believes the problem has been contained, said Ken Morrissey, spokesman for the Eastern School District. “We feel good in the sense that we noticed this, we moved on it and we acted on it quickly.”
• Five young people — two males and three females between the ages of 14 and 17 — have been arrested in connection with an assault and robbery on Friday including . According to the RNC, the group allegedly lured a 24-year-old male, who has a physical disability, away from the parking lot at Mount Pearl Square in Mount Pearl. The victim was led into a wooded area where the group jumped him. He was assaulted and his valuables were taken. All of the suspects have been charged with conspiracy to commit an indictable offence and robbery with violence. One of the females was also charged with breaching two court orders.
• A dozen or so prospective St. John’s IceCaps hit the ice at Corner Brook’s Pepsi Centre Sunday afternoon for an informal workout in advance the start of the official opening of the American Hockey League team’s 2012-13 training camp. IceCaps coach Keith McCambridge, assistant Mark Morrison and Winnipeg Jets player development coach Jimmy Roy will begin putting them through their paces as training camp opens today.
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