Iceberg watch in Fleur de Lys
Baie Verte man facing kidnapping charges in Alberta
Baie Verte’s Wilma Hennebury has donated 30 quilts to Ronald McDonald House
Julie Coombs of Springdale receives High School Volunteer Award
Springdale's Mikayla Tuck recognized for leadership and contributions to school and community
Celebrating Canada Day in Baie Verte
Springdale celebrates Canada Day
Former high school a good fit for Baie Verte community centre: consultant
New Beaver Scout Colony coming to Baie Verte this September
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Bay Roberts resident ticketed for leaving dog alone in hot vehicle
UPDATE: Charges laid after Marystown man airlifted to St. John’s following ‘physical altercation’
RCMP impound vehicle of suspected impaired driver in St. Anthony
Archaeology team set to study pre-contact Inuit winter village
Labrador West RNC have a busy July 4
Additional charges for Carter’s Cove man involved in June 24 crash in Chanceport
TWILLINGATE, N.L. – More charges have been filed against Colton Legge, 20, in relation to a motor vehicle collision in Chanceport last month. According to a Twillingate RCMP release, Legge was arrested by police on July 3 and has been ...
Grease fire damages Harbour Grace's Ridley Offices, kills two cats
HARBOUR GRACE, NL — A grease fire caused significant damage to the interior of a historic Harbour Grace building. Members of the Harbour Grace Volunteer Fire Brigade responded to a call at approximately 2:30 p.m. on Thursday afternoon ...
EVAS Air looking to move forward with flights to Winterland
MARYSTOWN, N.L. — EVAS Air president and CEO Pat White was in Marystown on June 28 ...
Young author with Burin Peninsula ties writes first children’s book based on father’s story
LORD’S COVE, N.L. — Not many 17-year-olds can claim to be a published author at such a young age, but Ashley Bonnell is an exception ...
Marystown council taking action against property owners who flouted cleanup and removal orders
MARYSTOWN, N.L. – Marystown council has had enough of several property owners who have ignored cleanup and removal orders. During the July 3 council meeting, a motion was approved giving town staff permission to clean up the ...
Public access temporarily unavailable at the Clarenville RCMP detachment
CLARENVILLE, N.L. — The public will be unable to access the Clarenville RCMP detachment over the next week. According to a news release issued on Thursday, July 5, the RCMP says, due to ongoing modernization renovations to the exterior of ...
Labrador-Grenfell Health’s New CEO emphasizes collaboration and partnerships
LABRADOR/GREAT NORTHERN PENINSULA, N.L. — After nearly a year of waiting, Labrador-Grenfell Health (LGH) now has a new full-time chief executive officer (CEO). Beginning June 18, Heather Brown assumed her post as the new CEO of LGH. The ...
Residents say Burgeo Highway in desperate need of repair
BURGEO, N.L. — Greg Parsons sums up the state of the Burgeo Highway in one word — “awful.” “From Wooden Tilt to Burgeo, there’s a lot of bad potholes, you are weaving around. The road is not fit,” he ...
Barbecue burns North West River home to ground
One home in North West River is a total loss following a fire on the afternoon of July 3, but the disaster could have been much worse according to the local fire chief. The fire started at approximately 5 p.m. at a home on Airstrip Road, when a ...
Ignored busing policy implementation a worry for Marystown council
MARYSTOWN, N.L. – Marystown council is raising concerns over a long-time busing policy for students that has not been enforced in the town but will be applied this September. Parents and guardians in the Newfoundland and Labrador English ...