After 11pm on September 14th, RCMP caught a motorist on the TCH near the Witless Bay Line doing 185 km/h. The driver was pulled over, open alcohol was observed in the vehicle, and the 22 year old driver from South River was foudn to be under the influence of alcohol. He was ticketed for speeding […]

The City of St. Johns and St. Johns Sports and Entertainment Ltd. (SJSEL) have provided an update regarding the ongoing lease agreements debacle between them and the owners of the St. John’s Edge and Newfoundland Growlers. According to a press release, SJSEL says the Growlers’ position is to they take over control of food and beverage […]

A new pilot project from the Newfoundland and Labrador English School District could see the elimination of final exams for junior high students. Students in grades 7, 8, and 9 may not have to write finals for the next three years. Instead. students will be subjected to more frequent assessments and evaluations throughout the school […]

In the midst of ongoing lease negotiations at Mile One Centre, there is some uncertainty about the future of the Growlers in St. John’s. Dean MacDonald, the owner of the Newfoundland Growlers, said “We’ll be laying out the future of the team on Tuesday” to the media Saturday afternoon. The negotiations between the team and […]

While the province slept Saturday night into Sunday morning, Dorian was working hard off the coast of the island. As the former hurricane made it’s way to Newfoundland, high winds caused by the storm system created a massive 100 foot (30 m) wave just off of the south-west coast. Bill Carter, director of the Marine […]

For the second year in a row, Rogers Hometown Hockey will be bringing its tour to the metro area. Ron MacLean and Tara Slone will host a national broadcast of a Sunday evening hockey game from St. John’s on October 20th. Last year, the tour came to Mount Pearl, bringing a full weekend of community […]

The Newfoundland Growlers announced today that this season, they will be paying homage to the history of hockey in Newfoundland as well as their parent club, the Toronto Maple Leafs, by donning a throwback jersey. December 7th against the Worcester Railers, the Growlers will wear St. John’s Maple Leafs jerseys. The design is modelled after […]

This one is big for downtown St. John’s. The new Mary Brown’s set to open at 336 Water Street, right on the doorstep of George Street, will have a walk-up window that will be open from 11PM to 3:30AM. The company announced through social media that the new location will open on September 3rd, just […]

According to a new study of government crash data by AAA, deaths caused by drivers running red lights reached a 10-year high in 2017. In that year, 939 people were killed by cars barreling through red lights, a figure that was 28 percent higher than in 2012 and the highest on record since 2008. Senior […]

The world’s most famous ocean liner is not long for this world. After new photos of the wreck of the R.M.S. Titanic have surfaced, experts are estimating it won’t be too much longer before the remains completely deteriorate. Titanic historian, Parks Stephenson, recently visited the site of the wreckage, located just 643 kms off the coast […]



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