A move by some members of Witless Bay council to pay cost-overuns on the latest phase of road work on Southside Track, despite the problems it has caused for residents, failed to get majority approval last week.
Allegations of conflict of interest raised its troublesome head at the public meeting in Bay Bulls last week. The first instance occurred well into the meeting, after council had debated how to handle a letter from a former resident now living in Grand Prairie, Alberta who is demanding answers regarding a development application on Northside Road.
When it comes to hockey there’s likely no one who loves a good game more than 17-year-old Kyle Whelan of Mobile. Whelan has played in two Confederation Cup tournaments, 2016 and 2017, and was the goal tender for both winning teams.
Two Mobile High School graduates, both from Burnt Cove, have made it the line-up of Memorial University’s Women’s Seahawks soccer team. Taylor Doyle, a goalkeeper, and Chantel Armstrong, a defender, have been playing soccer since they were very young.