St. Lunaire-Griquet getting a new fire truck
Thom Barker: It’s not the turkey, the yogurt or the vaccine
St. Anthony brewpub approved
No fanfare for legal pot in St. Anthony
Eight-year-old explores the trails of the Great Northern Peninsula
Northern Peninsula parents charged after police catch youth operating ...
CLEARING THE AIR: Taking Atlantic Canada's pot pulse
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Fall fair in St. Anthony cancelled due to lack of support
Brad Gushue is back in Truro this week, where he had a painful slip-up three years ago
St. John’s Edge season opener approaching
Western Wolves basketball club pleased with initial turnout
Lakers blast Spartans in west coast high school hockey action
Former professional volleyball player helping shape Gander athletes
Steve Osmond, 37, hopes to make the cut with the Port aux Basques Mariners
Western Wolves Basketball program incorporate to provide chance for junior high kids to play the game
Lorilee Sharpe feels an opportunity has been taken away from children in the city and is now attempting to create one in its place. That’s why Western Wolves Basketball has been formed, catering — at least at first — to Grade ...
Lewis and Law earn top times at Trapline
Joyce Law of Happy Valley-Goose Bay was the first woman to cross the finish line in this year’s Woodward’s Trapline Marathon on Oct. 7. Law placed third among the 12 runners who ran the full marathon (32 kilometres). Her time was ...
Spaniard’s Bay native preparing for Invictus Games in Australia
A Spaniard’s Bay native is preparing for an exciting trip down under. Mark Vokey, originally from Spaniard’s Bay, has taken on plenty of exciting endeavours throughout his life, and being selected as an athlete for the Invictus Games ...
Clowe wants more bite to Growlers' game
Head coach Ryane Clowe is counting on his Newfoundland Growlers making loud entrances as they introduce themselves to rest of the ECHL’s North Division over the next two-and-half weeks. The Growlers (2-2-0) left St. John’s Thursday for ...
It was a big day for hockey’s Bishop family from St. John's
It was a great day in the Bishop household in St. John’s Wednesday. First, the family received news 19-year-old Joel Bishop had been named an assistant captain of the Halifax Mooseheads. It is Bishop’s fourth year with the Quebec ...
Corner Brook's Daniel Moores takes home third Special Olympics Male Athlete of the Year honour
There are times his dad Len Moores doesn’t know how Daniel does it. “I’d be nervous as hell,” Moores said. The conversation is on how Daniel has learned to love the competition of Special Olympics over the years, ...
Big win for Grand Falls-Windsor ball hockey player
GRAND FALLS- WINDSOR, N.L. To say that Jeremy Bishop has had an exciting few months is a bit of an understatement. Bishop, 37, who is originally from Grand Falls-Windsor, but had been living in Corner Brook, played in the Canadian ...
Corner Brook Royals hold first open tryout of the year
The Corner Brook Royals organization held its first open tryout of the year on Tuesday night at the Corner Brook Civic Centre. The second tryout will go Thursday from 9-11 p.m., with more following on Oct. 23 and Oct. 30 from 9:30-11 p.m. ...
Athlete of the Year Special Olympian Samantha Walsh dedicated to sports
Samantha Walsh said being recognized as the Special Olympics Provincial Female Athlete of the Year this past weekend made her feel “excited and happy.” The 16-year-old daughter of Sheila Walsh was presented with her award when she ...
FootballNL eyeing Burin Peninsula for expansion
MARYSTOWN, N.L. St. Lawrence native Jason Pike and fellow Burin Peninsula native Brian Hillier of Grand Bank are looking to expand on the football program started by FootballNL. Currently there are three teams playing in the Avalon ...