A group at Memorial University is focusing on community engagement, hoping to make students’ lives better.
Former college student was behind threat.
Local sign language program opens early communication barriers for babies and parents.
The Mad Catter café opened on Wednesday bringing friends and felines together.
Find your people, have a pint and take part in a Super Mario competition all in one place.
Kathy Barbour owner of Ches’s Famous Fish and Chips is ready for the Good Friday feast.
While most people in St. John’s mark Good Friday and Easter this weekend, the Jewish community begins celebrating Passover – a spring festival commemorating the liberation of the Israelites from Egyptian slavery. (Photo courtesy of Eczebulun […]
A walk-in information session was held at St. John’s City Hall on Thursday, March 22, about the sewer and water system replacement project for Water Street.
The Memorial University Chemistry department has created ‘intelligent material’ designed to detect tiny traces of neonicotinoid: a chemical found in pesticides that kill bees.
It’s tough enough crossing a busy street but imagine doing it blindly. That’s exactly what some folks face every day. But as Kicker’s Arthur Craig Green tells us, help is on the way.