The annual St. Kevin’s Alumni Charity Classic is becoming a big event for the Goulds community with funds raised from this year’s game contributing over $4,000 dollars for local families in need of a kind gesture.
Bay Bulls council split over decision to hire second engineering firm without bids
The Town of Bay Bulls is hiring a second engineering company to oversee road work this year in the hope that the additional company will keep the first engineering company and the contractor doing the work in line when it comes to costs.
Renews-Cappahayden preparing to honour victims of the Florizel disaster
A small grant from the Department of Canadian Heritage is allowing the Renews-Cappahayden council to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the sinking of the Florizel, with the hopes of recognizing the contributions made by the townspeople of Renews-Cappahayden in helping survivors of the wreck.
Leo Hearn a Petty Harbour resident and Geneviève Howlett of the Goulds both received Canada 150 pins from St. John’s South-Mount Pearl Member of Parliament, Seamus O’Regan on Sunday Jan. 14 at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Mount Pearl.
A Southern Shore community group is looking to memorialize one of the greatest heroes in Newfoundland and Labrador’s history, whose selfless act of heroism and bravery has largely faded into obscurity.