Newfoundland and Labrador government going digital with service delivery
Woman behind Baie Verte rainbow crosswalk surprised by controversy in Springdale
Bonavista Peninsula and Clarenville area town councils weighing in on inclusion
Grand Falls-Windsor’s Tyler Whiffen wins Herder with Caribous
Hawkins announces new money to make communities more welcoming
Friendship leads to volleyball success for Grand Falls-Windsor girls
New executive announced at Exploits Regional Chamber of Commerce AGM
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Over $43,000 raised for Growing Women’s Health Campaign in Central Newfoundland
Sprucewood Academy looking to build ‘Makerspace’
Instructor at CNA’s Grand Falls-Windsor campus receives teaching excellence award
Employees recognized for years of service at Carbonear General Hospital
Central students take part in annual Regional Heritage Fair
Lions Club donates $5,000 to Twillingate youth concert in support of the Janeway
Retiree helps youth in Springdale area
SPRINGDALE, NL — After retirement Don Baker knew his hometown of Springdale was where he wanted to be, and he is now doing his best to give youth there every chance to succeed. He left the town he was born and raised in at the age of 18 for ...
Friends and family gift George’s Brook-Milton boy with NHL banner collection
It’s a collection any hockey fan would envy. ...
St. Anthony’s come home year promises surprises
ST. ANTHONY, NL – St. Anthony’s come home year for the summer of 2019 is shaping up with new events and expectations for over 3,000 visitors. Marilyn Walker was on the committees for St. Anthony’s previous come home years in 2012 ...
Father of three, including autistic twins, still finds time to volunteer in Baie Verte
BAIE VERTE, NL — Many adults say the person they became was formed from their young athletic days, being molded by the experience of sport and the mentors who coached them along the way. Jeff Quigley recognizes the importance of those years ...
Jeanne and Desmond Dillon of Gander celebrates more than 50 years of service with Canadian Red Cross
GANDER, NL – The Canadian Red Cross had to create a new plaque to commemorate the number of years Jeanne and Desmond Dillon have served. The couple reached an impressive 50 years of volunteer service in 2016. One might expect this award ...
Residents of Eastport Peninsula dip into their wallets and the frigid water
EASTPORT, NL - The Church of Resurrection in Sandringham is need of roof repairs, and residents have taken it upon themselves to take the dip and pitch in. A polar dip is on the agenda for April 28 at 1 p.m. at Eastport Beach, which will have ...
Gambo fitness program promotes health for people of all abilities
GAMBO, NL – They have taken learning and disguised it as fun. A new program called the Gambo Inclusion and Wellness Initiative (GIWI) is bringing together a community of people with varying abilities, to entertain, inform, and connect. ...
Mrs. Jim remembered as prominent figure in Baie Verte
BAIE VERTE, NL — The fact most people would not know her given name is strangely indicative of the relationship Mrs. Jim had with the people of the Baie Verte Peninsula. At 95 years of age, Mrs. Wong Kim Sue Jim died April 5 at the Baie ...
Grand Falls-Windsor Royal Canadian Legion poppy fund available to help
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL – In Dan Devine’s experience, veterans are more than willing to help, but often hesitant to ask for it themselves. Each year, The Royal Canadian Legion (RCL) is able to provide financial assistance and support ...
Grand Falls-Windsor residents concerned about cost of care
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL – Any potential adult care centre is still a long way off, but the need for more care options for seniors is evident in the community. “It’s an excellent idea,” said seniors advocate and member of ...