Editorial: Clock’s ticking
‘Is it going to cause us problems down the road?’
Queens District RCMP advise residents to lock their vehicles
Queens County man among those arrested in cocaine, marijuana trafficking bust
Crowdfunding campaign to take man to 28 remaining lighthouses in Nova Scotia
Hard work paying off
Student opts for own business rather than part-time work
Sackville Commons thrives in first year
BubblePixie Soap Co. cleaning up on High Street
Cape Breton Post
Yarmouth Jr. A Mariners launch Pink in the Rink to raise money for Yarmouth hospital's cancer centre
Valley Maple Leafs win a pair of games, one away, one at home
Valley athletes taking run at Chicago Marathon Oct. 8
Avon View Avalanche football team tramples J.H. Gillis Royals 37-6
Valley Maple Leafs lose in home opener, hoping to build offence
Noel Road Jays lose in bid for fourth NS Championship
Hants County teams dominate NSIBL All-Star and Gold Glove selections
Players from the Noel Road Jays, Hantsport Shamrocks and Windsor Knights were named or were tied for 17 of the 18 All-Star and Gold Glove Teams for the 2017 Nova Scotia Intermediate Baseball League Season on Aug. 26 The only position where a Hants ...
Noel Road Jays victorious in NSIBL championship
In the first game of what Hantsport was hoping would be a doubleheader, the Shamrocks took a 4-0 lead into the bottom of the fifth inning when their momentum collapsed as the Jays scored seven times on six hits and were also assisted by two Hantsport ...
Swimmers take over Windsor for provincial meet
Both the Windsor Bluefins and the Cole Harbour Hurricanes, hosted the tournament and shared organizing duties for the event held from Aug. 18 – 20, at the Hants Aquatic Centre. Many provincial records were broken, with new ones set, and a diverse ...
The Annapolis Valley Ex Light Horse Show results are in
Open English Hunter Pony/Horse #1 1. To Be or Not To Be o/Alissa Cue, Aylesford, r/ Azlyn Bezanson, Wolfville; 2. Vanilla Sky o/Crystal Tattersall, Torbrook, r/Samantha Rawding, Wolfville; 3. All Is Good o/r Mary Jopling, Newport Open English ...
Windsor Knights clinch second place standing in NSIBL while weather wreaks havoc with schedule
But that wasn’t the case, with the Shamrocks playing only 21 of their 28 regular season games - their final seven all postponed due to rain. The first postponement was in Noel Road on Aug. 6, when the second game of a twin-bill had to be ...
Best Peewee players in province bound for Liverpool
The Liverpool Baseball Club is set to host the Peewee B 13U Provincials. Eight teams, including Liverpool, are expected to play in the tournament. Game one will kick off at 3 p.m. Aug. 25. There will be a 15-game schedule, said John Long, president ...
Meet Queens County's golden girl: Event planned Aug. 15 for Sarah Mitton
Sarah Mitton, who won the gold medal for shot put at the Canada Games, is scheduled to be at Queens Place Emera Centre at 1 p.m. Aug. 15. The Brooklyn resident is set to compete in the World University Games in Taipei, Taiwan. Read more about ...
Windsor Knights fighting hard for third place finish of regular season
The Knights gave themselves a huge lift on Aug. 13 by sweeping the Truro Bearcats in a doubleheader in Windsor, with scores of 4-3 in nine innings and 3-2. Both games were seesaw battles with excellent play demonstrated by both ...
South Berwick girl presents NHL star Sidney Crosby with unique gift
The recent meet-and-greet with Sid the Kid was a direct result of the 12-year-old South Berwick resident starting her own business venture, Caelyn’s Creations. The creations – bonfire accessories she calls Smoke Heads – are hollowed out logs ...
Milton swimmers eye provincial championships after busy summer of competition
The swim team, based out of Milton Centennial Pool in Milton, had its most recent meet in Bedford Aug. 6. Prior to that, the team swam in Kentville Aug. 5. Recently, swimmers have also gone to meets in Cole Harbour and Halifax at The Waegwoltic ...