Jeremy Eaton is a reporter and videojournalist with CBC Newfoundland and Labrador.
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St. John's spending $600,000 more on snow clearing this winter
At Monday night's meeting at city hall, council voted to accept a bid from Farrell's Excavating of $855,585.63 for snow-clearing services.
Songwriter pens tune about overcoming adversity, gets cancer six months later
Kathy Stock never thought a song she was paid to write would have a far deeper meaning to her personal life.
Shooting star: MUN Sea-Hawk sets single-game scoring record
Haille Nickerson wears No. 23, and against the Cape Breton Capers the fifth-year guard put up Michael Jordan-like numbers.
Fight to flight: Group pushing petition to get Ireland access back
With 2,500 signatures, Newfoundland Ireland Direct hopes for a shorter trip to the Emerald Isle soon.
Conquering the Cape to Cabot: 2 first-time runners share tears at the finish line
The loudest cheers for a runner at the 2019 Cape to Cabot race in St. John's came long after the winners — and almost everyone else — had left scenic Signal Hill.
Pumpkin-palooza at Lester's Farm Market carves out cash for a good cause
The annual Pumpkinfest at Lester's Farm Market has been become a fall hot spot in St. John's.
'Body rub parlours' pitched as St. John's considers renaming massage parlours
The City of St. John's is considering using a new term after fielding complaints from registered massage therapists.
Building a 'rat rod' is a family affair in Conception Bay South
With these vehicle restorations, the rust is a feature, not a bug.
How Bianca Andreescu's historic win will help build tennis in N.L.
Melissa Pine, originally from Logy Bay-Middle Cove-Outer Cove and a vice-president of the women's tennis association, says the victory will be "massive" for the sport in Canada.
The ultimate (Frisbee) journey from N.L. to Germany
Ultimate Frisbee might sound more like a pastime than a sport — but a man from Logy Bay hopes his international experience could help change that.
This St. John's woman left the couch to chase the Ironman dream — and it saved her life
Cheryl Myers lost 100 pounds and turned her life around, all thanks to one of the world's most gruelling athletic races.
MUN's tennis team is new, but it's good — and heading to nationals
If you didn’t know Memorial University has a tennis team, you’re not alone.
Before Canada celebrates, St. John's church holds annual Memorial Day service
The service has been happening at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in St. John's for so long that no one seems to remember when it started.
Rising Canadian tennis stars serve up growth for tennis programs in St. John's
The registration in tennis programs are rising and Green Belt Tennis Club's pro Mike Meaney can easily point to a reason why: young Canadian stars taking over the game.
Mobile business model is on wheels, and St. John's wants to keep up
The mobile vendor business model has changed dramatically over the decades, and St. John's council is forming a working group to find ways to better facilitate opportunities.