3 hrs ago
Study shows school gardens have many benefits for students and communities
Memorial PhD student Emily Doyle spoke about her study of the school greenhouse in Harbour Grace at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland in Corner Brook Friday.
Trending on the Topix Network
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Icebreaker escorts Sir Robert Bond to port in Corner Brook
The Canadian Coast Guard icebreaker Henry Larsen sits in the Bay of Islands just off from the Corner Brook Port on Friday morning.
Input being sought into current and future Use of the Pepsi Centre
Members of the Pepsi Centre board of directors and general manager Willie Smith met with representatives of user groups met on Thursday to discuss a 10 per cent rental increase that will begin in September.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
The Chronicle Herald
Business hailed for family tradition
But as Rideout Tool & Machine Inc. prepares to hand over the company to its third generation - his niece and nephew - he says the family is working hard to ensure a smooth transition.
The Weakerthans' lead singer performing Thursday in Corner Brook
John K. Samson is giving a presentation about his recent artist residency at North West River today in Corner Brook.
Ernest Power taking 'Saw' from film to the stage in Corner Brook
Ernest Power is the director of "Let the Game Begin: A Saw Tribute Show," which pays homage to one of his favourite horror franchises.
Two down, one to go
Newfoundland residents and business owners were thanked Wednesday by Crown corporation and power-providing utility Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro for their continued efforts to conserve power.
Cormack man to be sentenced for sexual assault in April
Peter Hoyles looks towards supporters before being escorted from the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador in Corner Brook on Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
Corner Brook family wants answers about brother's death
Allie O'Flaherty, left, and Ina Saunders say their family is still waiting to hear answers about what lead to the death of their brother and brother-in-law.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Frigid weather creates worries for water pipes in city
The city was dealing with 22 or 23 frozen or broken water lines in Corner Brook as of Tuesday, but there was fear that the worst could be yet to come.
Meteorologist says spring will come, just not quite yet
With temperatures in the negative double digits over the past few days, including windchills of up to -30, it certainly doesn't look like winter will be over any time soon.
Late French immersion program looking more like a reality
It appears friends Morgan Young and Jenna King are that much closer to being the first late French immersion students in Newfoundland and Labrador outside of the east coast.
Man who smeared blood in hospital jailed for six months
A man with a lengthy criminal record, who has been diagnosed with hepatitis C and smeared his blood all over a hospital room has been sent to prison for six months.
One day down, two to go
Residents and businesses on the island of Newfoundland are entering Day 2 of a three-day energy-conservation period requested by the utilities responsible for the island's main power grid.
Man accused of assaulting woman three times pleads not guilty
Not guilty pleas were entered for Hadrian Christian Falle, 28, by his lawyer Brian Dunphy when the matters were called in provincial court in Corner Brook Tuesday morning.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Bernie Campbell of Pasadena cooks pancakes for the Community Coalition on Housing and Homelessness pancake breakfast in Corner Brook on Tuesday.
Premier to attend official opening of Grenfell residence complex
Premier Tom Marshall will speak at the official opening of the residence complex at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University, in Corner Brook on Wednesday.
Residents present petition against parking lot
City Coun. Tony Buckle provides council with an update on its snowclearing budget during the Monday, March 3, 2013 city council meeting.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Water outage, road closure for part of Corner Brook today
A section of the Dunfield Park area will be closed to traffic and will experiencing a water outage for most of Monday.
Laying it all on the table
Municipal Affairs minister Steve Kent addresses area mayors and attendees of the 2014 pre-budget consultation in St. Anthony on Feb. 24 While not one participant registered for the 2013 session, six speakers from across the Peninsula, and one from Southern Labrador, gathered at the Haven Inn on Monday to give their thoughts on how provincial ... (more)