Alan S. Hale, Cornwall Standard-Freeholder

Alan S. Hale is currently a multimedia journalist at the Standard-Freeholder in Cornwall, Ont.

Prior to joining the newsroom in Cornwall, Alan worked at the Daily Press in Timmins, Ont., from 2015-17 and prior to that at the Daily Miner and News in Kenora, Ont.

Alan's responsibilities in Cornwall include coverage of Cornwall city council and the courts.

Alan is a graduate of the Bachelor of Journalism Program at the University of King's College in Halifax, N.S.

Stories

Faith is a four-week-old moose calf who was taken care by a local couple at their Goose Lake camp before she was seized by conservation officers on Wednesday, June 8, 2016.

Ont. couple heartbroken after moose calf seized by officials

TIMMINS, ONT. - A local couple is heartbroken after the orphaned moose calf they had been taking care of for the past two weeks was seized by conservation officers from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry.

Mom stuck with $30,000 bill for hospital transfer

The Timmins and District Hospital has found itself at the centre of a controversy where an Alberta woman has been saddled with a $30,000 bill because the local hospital was not prepared to help her when she gave birth prematurely.