Go Guide — What's happening in the St. John's area
Caribous defeat Flyers, to play for Herder Memorial Trophy
Police investigating Friday shed fire in St. John's
Victoria band Driftwood Cross captures feeling of Newfoundlanders leaving home with new ...
Drunk drivers, infractions, vehicle seizures keep police busy
Pam Frampton: Former Muskrat Falls embedded contractor speaks out
Editorial: Budget watch
Gwynne Dyer: The real victims of self-driving cars
Letter: Keep fighting against Tuberculosis
Hall passes for four: Laura Breen, Ben Dunne, John McGrath, John Slaney joining NL Sports Hall of Fame
St. John's Edge win a tangly affair in Kitchener
Undefeated Highlanders team to beat in provincial boys 4A basketball
St. John's Edge hope to find their groove in Kitchener
For this Newfoundland teen auto racer, getting better will be no accident
Bay Roberts to host 2020 Newfoundland and Labrador Games
Just about perfect: Kaetlyn Osmond is a world champion
ASSAGO, Italy—Kaetlyn Osmond has ended Canada’s lengthy drought in the women’s division at the world figure skating championships. The 22-year-old from Marystown won the women’s singles crown Friday, scoring 150.50 ...
Newfoundland and Labrador boxers off to nationals
Newfoundland and Labrador will have seven athletes and two coaches on its team for Boxing Canada’s junior, youth and elite (Senior) national championships beginning Wednesday in Edmonton. Four are junior athletes: Ryan Guay of the TRC Boxing ...
ROBIN SHORT: In the who-you-know world of sports, look for Dunlap to be heading home
Amidst all the sports juice last week about pro hockey returning to St. John’s was a snippet of news coming out of Southern California, to which exactly no one in St. John’s or Newfoundland understandably paid any attention: that a small ...
The Telegram's Athlete of the Week
It was quite a week for hockey player Nick Gosse of Paradise. Chiefly, Gosse played a large role in helping the St. John’s Maple Leafs upset the Western Kings to win the Newfoundland and Labrador Major Midget Hockey League ...
St. John's Edge emerge from Lions' den with home-court advantage for first round of playoffs
The St. John’s Edge finished up their regular-season road schedule Thursday night and in doing so, took care of some business regarding home. In St. Catharines, Ont., the Edge got some distributed scoring — four players with 20 or more ...
Kaetlyn Osmond captures the world figure skating gold medal
UDATED: ASSAGO, Italy— Kaetlyn Osmond ended Canada's lengthy drought at the world figure skating championships. The 22-year-old from Marystown, N.L., won the women's singles crown Friday, scoring 150.50 points for her Black Swan ...
St. John's Edge will be without Carl English for tonight's game against River Lions
The St. John’s Edge will have to do without leading scorer Carl English as they finish up a three-game road trip tonight in St. Catharines, Ont. English was given a one-game suspension by the National Basketball League of Canada after picking ...
Final available results from the 2018 Newfoundland and Labrador Winter Games hosted by Deer Lake
Final available results from the 2018 Newfoundland and Labrador Winter Games hosted by Deer Lake: BADMINTON St. John’s North 4, Mount Pearl South 1 Team Indigenous 3, Eastern 2 Labrador 3, Avalon 2 Central 5, Western ...
Edge thinking about home while on the road
Today, the St. John’s Edge are in Windsor, Ont., where they will begin their last road trip of the season, which should be — by their standards — a relaxed jaunt through southern Ontario. After tonight’s contest against the ...
ROBIN SHORT: Edge coach isn't California dreamin'
Jeff Dunlap had an idea of what he was getting into, taking over and building from scratch a pro basketball franchise in an unknown land. The idea excited Dunlap, who was a career college guy. But there were reservations, too. While he’d ...