Glenn Stanford has played a vital role with every pro hockey team Newfoundland has ever had. The Newfoundland Growlers’ president was recently honoured for his contribution.
Cruise ships are returning to St. John’s after a two years hiatus. With the pedestrian mall now a reality, local businesses are looking forward to the possible boom that may happen when the cruise passengers […]
Cindy Hall has spearheaded a campaign to help those in need. With pantries set up around Mount Pearl, those in need can take what they need anonymously.
Amber Brown of Ambers Safe Haven for Cats spends her time off rescuing stray cats, even nursing some back to health.
The increase in the cost of living in the province is making it difficult for some to put food on the table. Two Mount Pearl women are taking matters into their own hands.
A costly collision forces a Torbay student to repair his car at home.
With Covid restrictions being lifted, bars and pubs are anticipating St. Patrick’s Day to be the busiest since the pandemic started.
Most people don’t wear ear protection at live events, but would benefit greatly in the long run. Chad Feehan Kicker News
Two St. John’s hockey coaches have started an awareness campaign in memory of their high school teammate.
On February 21st, 1952 Bangladeshi people shed their blood to speak officially in their mother language . That day of the history is now celebrated as “International Mother Language Day”. Each year, the local […]