May 20th 2013
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Fire in provincial park
The call came in late in the afternoon today (April 17.) The Department of Natural Resources doesn’t have many details at this point except that ...
Young Pleasant River family loses home in fire
North Queens Fire Association Chief Frankie Armstrong said the department has established an account for monetary donations at Valley Credit ...
This Bowater not in bankruptcy after all
The company is seeking bankruptcy protection is both Canada and the United States. The saving factor is the plant is 49 per cent owned by The ...
Bowater employees returning to work despite bankruptcy
Union officials don’t wish to comment until they get more information. Monday represents the end of the plant’s second five-week shut down in the ...
Soccer deadline is firm
He explains, “They (South Shore District Soccer Association) moved the date back for registering teams for season play. It used to be May 10 but ...
Highway blocked due to structural fire
The call came in at about 11 a.m. today (April 15). The North Queens Fire Association has called for mutual aid assistance from its county ...
Province’s (silent) Queens school announcement...
According to South Shore Regional School Board Superintendent Nancy Pynch-Worthylake, the provincial department omitted about $8-million when it ...
A Super Fiesta for all ages at Dr. John C. Wickwire
Liberal leader at chamber meeting
The meeting is open to the public. Heidi Brazier from Employment Solutions is speaking as well at the Woodpile Carvings and Café session. McNeil ...
Liverpool remembers Good Friday meaning by carrying...
Cross carried at Liverpool Good Friday Pilgrim Walk
The Queens County Ministerial-organized walk will reach all five churches in Liverpool and begins 3 p.m. at St. Gregory’s Roman Catholic Church ...
Queens County resident remains in hospital after...
The accident occurred between Exit 17 and Exit 17A shortly before 3 p.m. when the call came in at the Queens RCMP detachment, said Corp. Rick ...
Illness spreads in southern Queens
Schools are also being affected. Administrator John Budgell said the illness, as of today (April 6), has hit about 38 out of 62 residents and 27 ...
Friends of bay ponder future at meeting
The Friends of Port Mouton Bay have called a meeting for one p.m. April 5 to decide the future direction of the organization. A release to the ...
A little bargaining chip for AbitibiBowater
The company needs to restructure about US$1.8-billion in Bowater Inc. debt to avoid bankruptcy protection. However, according to media reports, ...
AbitibiBowater ends financing talks but looks for...
The company announced today (April 1) in a press release it is terminating debt exchange offers - on debt maturing in 2009 and 2010 for notes ...
Would an AbitibiBowater bankruptcy hurt a good mill?
Local members work at Bowater Mersey Paper Company Ltd. in Brooklyn, Queens Co. “It’s hurry up and wait,” Wentzell said March 23 after learning ...
Still no word on AbitibiBowater deal despite deadlines
AbitibiBowater officials were declining to comment on the negotiations except to say they were continuing. The lenders had given AbitibiBowater ...
Hope for Bowater mill
Negotiations with the other two secured creditors are continuing. The lenders have given AbitbiBowater Inc. until 6 p.m. March 27 to negotiate a ...
Another AbitibiBowater deadline
Lenders have given AbitbiBowater Inc. another two days (midnight March 27) to negotiate a deal to restructure US$1.8-billion in debt at its ...
Bowater deadline extended again
Company officials predicted this as a normal course of action during negotiations. (See articles below) It appears three big U.S. banks were not ...
High flames at former Stenpro property in Liverpool
Queens hospital expansion at cabinet table
Premier Rodney MacDonald was guest speaker at the successful Lane's Privateer Inn event, one that was also attended by about 100 businesspeople, ...
Students need community’s help
SAC Co-chair Kelly Oxner says, “It’s going to take the whole community to fight and I think the community has shown time after time when ...
Bugs, spiders and snakes
UPDATE: Premier announces aquaculture moratorium
He made the surprise announcement during his speech at a South Queens Chamber of Commerce Meet and Greet. He said the reasons are related to the ...
Premier announces surprise moratorium on Port Mouton...
He made the announcement during his speech at a South Queens Chamber of Commerce Meet and Greet. Darlene Norman said, "I really want to thank ...
Why watch TV? Curling stars in Liverpool
Club President, Greg Thorbourne says, “That’s a lot when you look at the number of person hours needed to run everything. It’s a lot of work by a ...
North Queens Spartans make provincial finals
In game one on March 5, they took Inverness convincingly by a 93-48 score before following it with another win against Pugwash on March 6 to ...
Ending the toilet dangle
Day Care Association Board Chair Donna Dexter says the association has received a $5,000 Energy Upgrade Grant from the Department of Community ...
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