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The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary continues to gather information about an assault with a weapon on Saturday morning, in the area of Bishop's Cove at Harbour Drive in St. John's, that sent two men to hospital.
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It will be performed by the St. John's Chamber Choir at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, at St. John's Catholic Church, 207 York St. The concert will feature "Totus Tuus," written by the late Police composed Henryk Goercki.
St John's school principal Patrick Hazlewood has asked Marlborough Town Council to set aside free parking for sixth form students in town in a bid to combat traffic problems around the school.
RNC Sgt. Paul Roche says police will be increasing their presence on the roads for the holiday season to deter people from driving while impaired.
An 18-year-old man from Corner Brook was arrested Friday after St. Anthony RCMP seized cocaine, cash and drug paraphernalia from a vehicle.
The low-profile, independent bookstore in the heart of the Annapolis campus serves students, faculty and staff - and some area residents.
Choir member Mary Dobbie, 100, receives her Guinness World Record certificate from Air Commodore William Gambold, the Deputy Lord Lieutenant of North Yorkshire Staff, family and friends gathered at St John's House care home, at Kirk Hammerton, to be entertained by the choir and to congratulate the singers who, with an average age of 91, had broken ... (more)
Firefighters from the St. John's Regional Fire Department's Brookfield and Mount Pearl fire stations responded to a structure fire at 1034 Blackmarsh Road just before 10 a.m. this morning The 911 call came from the Re/Max office on the corner of Blackmarsh and Topsail roads.
The building, which did not have electricity running to it, was one of a number of abandoned buildings in what apparently is a former swine breeding farm.
A SCOUT group in Clitheroe is set to be reopened next year after being closed following the leader's retirement.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Almost $500,000 is being spent by the federal and Newfoundland and Labrador governments to enable the Atlantic Seal Development Association to develop a frozen seal meat product for the wholesale market and a vacuum packed product for retailers.
There was a lot of fanfare at the launch, but a direct flight between St. John's and Moncton has been cancelled after just two months.
Impaired driving charges laid Wednesday against a school bus driver in St. John's have outraged school officials and family of the students in his care.