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Fatality leads to charges against Corner Brook, N.L. company
Deer Lake man’s appeal of travel ban denied
Deer Lake man hopes to get travel exemption to bring family home from Saskatchewan
Deer Lake youth charged with dangerous driving in Corner Brook
Bay St. George RCMP kept busy with calls
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Some recreational facilities reopen in Corner Brook
The City of Corner Brook started reopening select recreational spaces on Thursday, June 25. They included: Jubilee Field, the dog park, the skate park, tennis courts, beach volleyball courts, and basketball courts. Playground equipment, which ...
Central Health announces resignation of president and CEO
Central Health is in the market for a new president and chief executive officer. The central Newfoundland medical agency’s board of directors accepted the resignation of former president and CEO Andree Robichaud in a move announced ...
Stolen boat recovered, motor still missing
STEPHENVILLE, N.L. - A boat and trailer stolen from a Point au Mal residence last week has been recovered, however, a motor attached to the boat is still missing. The Bay St. George RCMP say the beige 19.5-foot boat was towed away from the ...
Corner Brook city council accepts pool funding, but not without some reservations
CORNER BROOK, N.L. In the end, the answer was yes. But deciding to accept the funding for a new regional aquatic centre in Corner Brook wasn’t just as easy as saying yes for some. The city received approval from the Department of ...
New annex to be built on Hodder Memorial Recreation Complex in Deer Lake
The Town of Deer Lake will soon be able to offer more recreational and community activities for its residents. On Tuesday, the federal and provincial governments joined with the town to announce funding for a more than $4.5 million annex to be ...
Family and friends devastated after memorial to Port aux Basques man vandalized
Chris Farrell loved the outdoors, and it’s there on a spot on the Grand Bay West Trail in Port aux Basques that his family chose to honour him. Farrell died on Jan. 5, 2011 after he was struck by a car while walking on High Street in Port ...
Grand Falls-Windsor looking at ways to address ATVs on its roads
The sound of all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) piercing the evening air isn’t anything new in rural parts of the province, especially, during spring and summer, but in Grand Falls-Windsor, drivers are using town roads to get across the Exploits River ...
Corner Brook firefighters extinguish fire at Flynn’s Pub
With a heat warning in effect, and a temperature already above 20 C, a fire at Flynn’s Pub on Broadway in Corner Brook Tuesday morning could have been much worse when firefighters got there and worked to extinguish the blaze, the fire ...
Bear hit and killed on Labrador highway
A bear cub was recently struck by a vehicle and killed on Route 520 in Labrador, which isn’t the first time, Happy Valley-Goose Bay resident Dawn Crocker says. Bears are a common sight on Route 520, the highway that connects Happy ...
Gros Morne to open some sites for limited camping next week
ROCKY HARBOUR, N.L. - Gros Morne National Park will soon begin offering limited camping services. Front-country camping for self-contained use (RV, camper or trailer) will begin at Berry Hill Campground and Green Point Campground on June 29, ...