Rose Blanche art studio, gallery becoming popular destination
Two camp complexes at Muskrat Falls up for sale
Rash of moose-vehicle collisions Thursday keep emergency personnel busy
Full line-up of events planned for St. Anthony Come Home Year
New life for abandoned cemetery
HVGB woman wanting to start a food delivery program for seniors
UPDATE: RNC locate missing teenage girl in St. John’s
Moose-vehicle collision delays traffic in Mount Pearl
Dead-heading large rhodos almost impossible
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Clarenville, Carbonear girls sing their way to an international gold medal
Town of Carbonear optimistic about expanding theatre before year-end
CONTEST: Win tickets to Broadway on the Rock in St. John's
Lewisporte Regional High School graduate organizing event for Class of ‘73
Memories pour in for loved Clarenville High teacher, remembered as generous volunteer
Chance Cove man receives national award from Kids Help Phone
Public speaking conquered, Marystown teen Nitin Murugeswaran’s next goal is to become a doctor
You could say Nitin Murugeswaran has developed a pretty keen ear for accents. He’s experienced four pretty distinct ones thus far. The 16-year-old was born in India and lived in Sheffield in the United Kingdom for several years. After ...
2 Minutes with Merle Sullivan
The old man mind-walks back to his youth. Like a black-and-white reel nearing the closing credits, one more story yet to unfold. “Well, what was I going to say… 1933 or ’32? I was, of course, going to school then and one ...
2 Minutes with Wally Polson
Sometimes the drive-thru speaker crackles, but the greeting is always genuine, friendly and familiar. “Welcome to McDonald’s, can I take your order?” Wally Polson is a fixture at this fast-food restaurant on James Street in ...
2 Minutes with Jeremy Novak
He’s portrayed a dead man hundreds of times but had never seen death. Sitting bedside this past February as his father’s life slipped away, Jeremy Novak’s view of mortality changed. A desire to make the most of limited time ...
2 Minutes with Carl Sonnichsen
He’s been a weather watcher since he was a child. “Been that way since I was 10 years old,” says Carl Sonnichsen. “I used to cut weather maps out of newspapers and piece them into a journal and record weather forecasts ...