The Telegram/Central Voice Fan’s Choice Entertainer of the Year award
Lewisporte no longer a ‘Gateway to the North’
St. John’s man facing assault charges in court this morning
Community events in and around St. John's, Tuesday, September 25 to Friday, ...
Editorial: Duelling rights
Letter: Pondering the Muskrat Falls puzzle
Russell Wangersky: Knowing what you’re getting into
VIBERT: Nova Scotia's Tory leadership campaign taking its toll
Elswick Road residents say latest accident shows why Corner Brook needs to calm ...
Memorial Sea-Hawks cross-country team off and running
ROBIN SHORT: Blair Bursey's shooting for the top
Athlete of the Week
St. John's Edge acquire the rights to one of NBL Canada’s top guards
March will be come-home month for the St. John's Edge
Plenty of deep thinkers at Newfoundland and Labrador senior men's provincial softball championship
Katarina Roxon picks up three medals at Japan Para Swimming Championships
Katarina Roxon had to withdraw from her final event, but she made sure she had a handful of medals before leaving Japan. Roxon, a fixture on the international para-swimming scene, picked up three medals at the 2018 Japan Para Swimming ...
Search is on for volunteer coach to run youth basketball program in Pasadena
There are some young basketball players in Pasadena who are eager to get back on the hardwood at Pasadena Place. Kelli Lannon, programs and special events co-ordinator at Pasadena Place, hopes to have some good news for them soon. For the past ...
Corner Brook’s Elizabeth Penney says running has been a blessing in her battle against depression
If enough stress is placed on an individual, it can tip the balance. That’s what happened to Corner Brook’s Elizabeth Penney after the death of her mom in 2005. “It was the most traumatic experience of my life,” Penney ...
Foam Fest profitable for Marble Mountain
Marble Mountain made a profit of $10,000 as host of the 5K Foam Fest brought to the province by 365 Sports Inc. Tony Abbott, chief operating officer, shared the financial particulars for the ski resort with The Western Star on Thursday ...
Dodgers-Bulldogs will try Game 4 again Thursday
They’ll try it again tonight as 3 Cheers Bud Light Dodgers and Kelly’s Pub Molson Bulldogs attempt to get in the fourth game of their St. John’s Molson Senior Men’s Softball League semifinal at Lions Park. The Dodgers lead ...
For the St. John's Edge, Grand Falls-Windsor will be basketball central in November
The Edge is moving towards the centre. The centre of Newfoundland that is. The National Basketball League of Canada’s St. John’s Edge will be holding its 2018 training camp in Grand Falls-Windsor, fulfilling the team’s ...
It was championship-clinching time at Eastbound Speedway
On a day when Owen Groves navigated his maiden voyage in a NASCAR Division I series car to victory in the Wounded Warriors 75 at Eastbound International Speedway, the remaining 2018 series championships were locked up heading into the final races of ...
A day to remember for young N.L. race car driver
He is still a year away from getting a real driver’s license. But if you didn’t know that — or the rest of the field had known that — they would never question the talent and ability shown by 15-year-old Owen Groves of ...
They’re heading out over the highway today for 17th Targa Newfoundland
The 17th edition of the Targa Newfoundland motorsports car rally is scheduled to kick into high gear today. Upwards of 30 teams are entered in the Targa and Grand Touring divisions in the event, which will be run over the next five days, primarily ...
ROBIN SHORT: Lack of foresight left Bergevin backed into a corner
The Montreal Canadiens scored the third-fewest goals in the National Hockey League last season, just one more than the perennial league mess, Arizona Coyotes. And the Canadiens fix this how? General manager Marc Bergevin trades Alex Galchenyuk, ...