Battling cerebral palsey, St. John’s native Jeremy Jones has medaled at the Canadian Track and Field Championship.
Sherry Jones pulled her car over on the side of the road recently, picked up her iPad and live-streamed her son competing in a wheelchair race at the Canadian Track and Field
By: Danette Dooley
Author, professor and historian, Gerhard Bassler aims to show Newfoundlanders and Labradorians a forgotten, but significant part of their history with his new works.
People who bought Gerhard Bassler’s book Escape Hatch will want to pick up his latest release Develop or Perish (Flanker Press 2017).
By: Danette Dooley
Goulds resident Danny Ridgeley never thought he would get to experience the joys of becoming a father
As Danny Ridgeley speaks about the incredible joy of becoming a father, then the heartache when told, just hours after the baby’s birth, that she had a life-threatening heart
Local chef Todd Perrin supports Community Food Centres Canada Restaurants for Change
On October 18, 2017, 92 restaurants in 19 cities across Canada will participate in the fourth annual Restaurants for Change initiative. Proceeds from the dinner service at the designated restaurants – including Mallard Cottage in St. John’s
One family uses positivity and heart to give back to the community with Claire’s Craft Fair.
American actor Will Smith once said, “If you’re not making someone else’s life better, then you’re wasting your time. Your life will become better by making other lives better.”
Since their daughter was
Some of this province’s best represent Canada at the 2016 Cadet and Junior Pam-American Karate Championships
Five athletes from this province will be in Ecuador in August representing Canada at the 2016 Cadet and Junior Pam-American Karate Championships that take place in Guayaquil, Ecuador from August 22-28.
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