Should the government change the Newfoundland and Labrador Coat of Arms?
Kenmount Road Webcam
A tip of the hat to Sandy Greeley
Intermediate softball: Berth in Swing Into Summer final on line tonight at ...
St. John's senior baseball: Stone cold? Just the opposite
GRANDMA SAYS: Praying for a dry harvest
Forsey’s late goal lifts Laurentians to win over Holy Cross
Quick synopsis: Defending Royal St. John's Regatta champs are ahead of schedule
GALLERY: Pasadena, Corner Brook youth groups take part in wildfire preparedness day
Help available for low-income pet owners in St. John's SPCA's spay and neuter assistance program
Mount Pearl man’s vehicle seized after he was caught driving drunk
Motorcycle seized in C.B.S. for traffic violations
Sunny Saturday brings out shoplifters in St. John’s
We asked Newfoundlanders about their plans for Discovery Day
Speeding car clocked at 160 km/h on Outer Ring in St. John’s
Newfoundland and Labrador Tory leader Ches Crosbie tries to distance PCs from Muskrat Falls legacy
Ches Crosbie is walking a tightrope on his quest to claim the premier’s office in 2019. The new leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Newfoundland and Labrador carries the name of arguably the most successful political dynasty in ...
Newfoundland and Labrador Liberals mum on St. John’s wastewater
Despite comments at the Liberal convention in Gander earlier this month — celebrating investments in new wastewater lines and treatment facilities in the province — there is still no word on funding for a new, legally required, secondary ...
Being wildfire prepared in Pasasdena
The 1st Pasadena Scouting Group, accompanied by the 54th Corner Brook Scouting Group, participated in a National Wildfire Community Preparedness Day Saturday at West Haven United Church Camp in Pasadena. The 1st Pasadena Scouting Group was one of ...
Slow camping start but Bay St. George parks expecting to pick up soon
Despite a slow start to the season at several parks in the Bay St. George area, operators are still hoping for a good season with the weather finally starting to warm up. Michael Zenz, park manager of Zenzville Campground in Kippens, said ...
Pothole fix standing the test of time in Deer Lake
It’s been a year since Mike Goosney put a pothole solution he developed to the test in Deer Lake and the results are good. Goosney, owner of On Demand Service, teamed up with Humber Ready Mix and Construction Solutions to fill three potholes ...
Something for everybody at 35th Deer Lake Strawberry Festival
Karen Mangrove has fond memories of picking strawberries in the Goose Arm Road area as a child. There were a lot of strawberry farmers working the fields in the Deer Lake and Cormack area at that time and everywhere you went people were selling ...
Wendy Rose: St. John's Nickel Film Festival shines
That's a wrap: the 2018 Nickel Independent Film Festival Five days, 48 short films, five feature films, six workshops and events, and just 500 words to summarize the amazing annual Nickel Independent Film Festival. Running from Tuesday, June ...
Rabbittown Learners Program Inc. gets $20,000 for upgrades to computers
The door is always open at the Rabbittown Learners Program Inc. according to its dedicated staff, teachers and board of directors. If any current or former student needs something, all they have to do is ask and that staff will do its best to ...
UPDATED: Police ask public for surveillance footage in search for Trevor Hamlyn
Police are still searching for Trevor Hamlyn who was last seen June 16. A spokesperson with the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary said Sunday afternoon they are still asking anyone with surveillance footage, particularly in the area of Imogene ...
Crews battle forest fire in Sugarloaf Road area of St. John’s
Fire and emergency crews are on scene of what they’re calling “quite a large forest fire” in the Sugarloaf Road area of St. John’s this afternoon. St. John’s Regional Fire Department acting platoon chief Scott Tilley ...