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Two separate St. John's crashes send at least three to hospital Saturday night
At least three people were taken to hospital following two separate collisions in St. John’s Saturday night. A two-vehicle crash at about 9 p.m. at the intersection of Thorburn Road and Columbus Drive sent one woman to hospital and left both ...
‘Jiffy Caaaaaaaabs’ dispatcher retires after nearly four decades
Most people know him as the “Jiffy Caaaaaabs” guy. Rodney (Cocker) Dunn has dispatched taxis in St. John’s for 39 years, but he started his last shift on Saturday at 3 p.m. He said he’s stepping away from the ...
No injuries in Saturday afternoon St. John's house fire
An afternoon house fire in St. John’s caused damage to a bathroom and filled the home with smoke but there were no injuries. Platoon chief Gina Burke of the St. John’s Regional fire department told the Telegram the fire was reported by ...
Conception Bay North couple angry with government over sewage problem
Problems with Edwin and Wanda Doyle's septic system have escalated over the last few years, and the Gull Island couple believes the provincial government should do something about it. Overflow from Gull Island Brook in the winter increases ...
St. John’s couple facing down early-onset Alzheimer’s disease after wife diagnosed at age 48
Pam Byrne is quick to say hi and extend her hand to greet you at her and her husband’s garden store in downtown St. John’s. “She’s as happy as a lark and always smiling,” her husband, Peter Byrne, said during a ...
Linking past, present and future at O’Brien Farm in St. John's
A fundraising frenzy kicked off this week for O’Brien Farm in Pippy Park. Plans for the 30-acre property will acknowledge its history while focusing on the future of farming. The farm’s former owners, the O’Brien family, operated ...
Next step announced for new mental health hospital in St. John's
The provincial government announced Friday that three teams of companies — Atlantic Healthcare Group, Avalon Healthcare Partnership, and NL Healthcare Partnership — competing for a contract to design, build, finance and maintain a new ...
St. John's man charged with violent crimes against women to remain in jail for now
A St. John's man charged with violent crimes against women in this province and Ontario is still in jail for now. Kevin Terry Evans, 29, made a short appearance in provincial court Friday morning via video from Her Majesty's Penitentiary, ...
Heavy rain, thunderstorm watch issued for Avalon Peninsula
Environment Canada is warning of the potential for heavy rainfall and severe thunderstorms on the southeast portion of the Avalon Peninsula today. The weather office says its meteorologists are monitoring a cluster of storms south of the ...
Stephenville buys new all-terrain wheelchair for public use
The Town of Stephenville has found a way to help folks with mobility issues pursue more recreational opportunities. The town recently purchased a Hippocampe all-terrain wheelchair. The pedestrian transporter can be used on bike and walking ...