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  • ‘Worst storm I’ve experienced’

    Tanya Meade —originally from McCallum on the island’s southern shore — has lived in Pearland, a suburb 15 minutes outside downtown Houston, for ...

  • Darkness to Light

    The Bargain! Shop — as part of the nationwide chain of Red Apple Stores — will be open from 9 p.m. to sunrise on May 29, to help raise ...

  • ‘They gave 110 per cent’

    A total of 17 runners from Happy Valley-Goose Bay recently competed in — and successfully finished — the Cabot Trail Relay Race, placing 22nd out ...

  • ‘Positive step’

    Julius Dicker had been very concerned earlier this month, with what he called a “lack of information” from the regional health authority and his ...

  • Street safety

    Just 10 minutes later, she said, when a pick-up truck came "flying down the road." "They came on up Mesher (from Churchill Street) and they never ...

  • 'Best fit’

    Keith Russell told The Labradorian that the Paddon Home, located on Cook Street, was never intended to be left to dilapidate. He said money had ...

  • Street safety

    Shawna Webber was inside her house on Mesher Street on May 10, and had just called her two kids inside for the evening. Just 10 minutes later, ...

  • ‘Just the start’

    Penashue organized the walk, which started at 2 p.m. and ended at Kinsmen Park across from Happy Valley-Goose Bay Town Hall, in response to a ...

  • ‘Plan needs to be in place’

    Julius Dicker says the fact that 14 cases of active TB have been reported in Nain since October, as well as two others within the Labrador ...

  • ‘Finest and brightest’

    “Each of these has a distinct impact on the life and future of our province,” said the Frank Fagan, who addressed the Rotary Club in Happy ...