Kimberly and Todd Churchill have won a small victory in a huge battle to get the support they need in the school system for their eight-year-old son, Carter
Carter Churchill has cerebral palsy. He is deaf and communicates through American Sign Language (ASL).
Kimberly Churchill is chair of a
While faced with many challenges along the way, one local young woman proves determination and perseverance can help overcome almost anything
It has been said what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. The familiar saying comes to mind during a phone interview with Sarah Jane Downton of St. John’s.
In this reflective feature, one of this province’s most influential women talks proudest political moments and new opportunities
Gerry Rogers surprised many in February when she announced that she wouldn’t be seeking re-election and was stepping down as leader of the provincial New Democratic Party. However, her departure from
Brothers Daniel and David Horne bond over sports, competition and friendship
As Special Olympics athletes, Daniel and David Horne of St. John’s have found their niche in various sports – while continuing to encourage each other and their teammates.
David works at Island Furniture in St. John’s. Daniel