Two businesses that have been operating without occupancy permits in Mount Pearl are getting orders from council to comply with the City's municipal regulations, or else.
Liam Abbott, 15, qualified for the National Juniors when he made his personal best lift on Saturday.
A motion to defer taxes for two low income property owners sparked a short discussion at Mount Pearl's public council meeting last week concerning the distinction between uncollectable taxes and deferred ones.
Mount Pearl city councillors were still bathing in the afterglow last week of the successful staging of Rogers Hometown Hockey at the Glacier the weekend before and the showcasing of the city to millions of viewers across Canada.
This year's 'Big Give" food drive in aid of the food banks run by the St. Vincent de Paul Society at Mary Queen of the World Church and St. Peter's Church was the best one yet, according to those who witnessed it.
Some residents of Baffin Drive are considering forming a Neighbourhood Watch, says Mount Pearl Mayor Dave Aker.
Construction crews working on the refurbishment of Sunrise Avenue are expected to shut down their operations for the season around mid-December, but not before laying at least one layer of asphalt on the street.
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary (RNC) General Investigation Unit is seeking the public’s help in identifying the man responsible for a recent armed robbery in Mount Pearl.
The hearings for this rate application will commence today, November 14th. Anyone can make a request to present to the PUB to voice your concerns regarding this application.
Members of a Gaskiers family are sleeping a little easier these days thanks to the generosity of their fellow Newfoundlanders, who donated money to buy a special bed and other equipment for their disabled son. "We just got the bed," said Donna Kielly, mother of 20-year-old Mitchell.