Tuesday Mar 4
Residents, ambulance attendants restrain man attempting home invasions
A 19-year-old man has been charged after attempting to break into houses in the areas of Patrick Street and Chatum Place in Grand Falls-Windsor on Saturday, the RCMP says.
Town asks for more time on Grand Falls House decision
The Town of Grand Falls-Windsor wants more time to decide whether it wants to take over the 100-year-old Grand Falls House in the town.
Five new operating rooms opened in Grand Falls-Windsor
One of the new state-of-the-art operating rooms recently opened at the Central Newfoundland Regional Health Centre in Grand Falls-Windsor.
Town asks for more time on Grand Falls house decision
The Grand Falls House is a mansion located on a large property on Lincoln Road. It was built over a century ago for Lord and Lady Northcliffe and has had plenty of distinguished guests throughout the years.
Round two of a Big Brother Canadaa to feature models, Cape Town refugee
Round two of "Big Brother Canada" will feature four contestants from Alberta, a couple of models and a Cape Town refugee.
Surrogate times two
A year ago, when Clayton and Taryn Remedios of Ajax, Ont., were looking for a candidate to become a surrogate mother to help them conceive a child, they found one in Springdale who was willing, able and excited to help them on their journey.
Getting back together
June Saunders, Mel Jesseau and Maureen Hennessey are organizing the reunion to bring together former high school students from Grand Falls-Windsor this July.
Meeting Wednesday to discuss Farmer's Market
The Town of Grand Falls-Windsor is holding a meeting this week for anyone interested in participating in the 2014 Farmer's Market.
Trinity Conception RCMP seek public's help locating missing person
A bail hearing has been postponed until next week in the case of an assault and stabbing in Grand Falls-Windsor in the early morning hours of Nov. 20 that sent a man to the Health Sciences Centre in St. John's.
Better days ahead
They say misery love company and the good people of Wabush have more than enough Newfoundlanders and Labradorians to share what they are going through.
Coast Guard views cofferdam as long-term fix for Manolis L
Despite repeated calls from the public and political arenas in Newfoundland and Labrador to remove the bunker C oil from the sunken paper carrier L, a Liberal MP said he has been told point-blank by officials with the Canadian Coast Guard that the recently-installed cofferdam is considered the long-term solution.