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The six months Keith Stampe spent going back and forth to St. John's to visit his dying brother was rough enough without dealing with the state of the Irish Loop.
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ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - The government of Newfoundland and Labrador says it's reached a tentative funding agreement with the group representing community-based non-profit ambulance operators.
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Tony Barrett, seen during a court appearance earlier this year, has pleaded not guilty to a series of charges of animal cruelty.
A not-for-profit organization's concerns about a mountain bike tour's potential use of private land it protects for conservation purposes appears to have been unfounded.
That's the question Springfield Police are trying to figure out in the case of 23 year old DeMarco Locust.
Moments before being sucked under the choppy St. Johns River, Buckman Bridge accident victim William Maddox cried out to a small group of helpless, stunned witnesses that he loved his family.
Michael Rakai, seen during a court appearance in December, has been sentenced to prison for several crimes, including attacking two people with bear spray.
The recreational groundfish fishery opened on Saturday, but was marred when a 72-year-old man died after a small boat capsized off Bell Island.
Shaun Majumder and his partner, Shelby Fenner, pose for a photo in St. John's on May 15. - Photos by The Canadian Press The "This Hour Has 22 Minutes" comedian is buying up much of his hometown in the second season of "Majumder Manor."
THE former site of the St John's Presbyterian bowls club is on the market for $750,000 after failing to sell at auction.
Paradise, N.L., beekeeper Aubrey Goulding, operator of Paradise Farms Inc., works with one of his hives recently.
Litter louts are causing upset in roads close to St John's Academy in Marlborough and a new residents' association is determined to tackle the problem.
Patricia and Clyde Jefford stand in one of their hayfields in Upper Gullies Friday.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 05:57 pm
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