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
Battle of the Bowl - Middleton’s All-Wheel Riding Park site of Oct. 14 competition
Valley athletes taking run at Chicago Marathon Oct. 8
From star athlete to coach, Bluefins alumnus is training the next generation of swimmers
The Annapolis Valley Ex Light Horse Show results are in
Meet Queens County's golden girl: Event planned Aug. 15 for Sarah Mitton
Former Windsor girl makes softball dreams come true, headed to Canada Games
Nineteen-year-old Alisha Bowes-Trinacty is headed to the Canada Games in Winnipeg as part of Nova Scotia's softball team. Sports comes naturally to the centre fielder. Her mother, Denise Bowes, is coaching the Nova Scotia Canada Games softball team ...
Windsor couple shed pounds and improve their lives with daily strolls
Almost every day, they can be spotted walking around town, holding hands, with bright white hats that catch the eye. They’ve also changed quite a bit since they’ve established this daily routine - they’ve each lost over 100 pounds since committing to ...
Ready to race: 47th annual N.S. Marathon, Half Marathon, 10k in Barrington July 23
With five days to go until race day, more than 200 people were registered for the three running events, said race director Anna Kenney. “Usually, the last week we get a lot more registrations in,” she said, predicting a field of at least 250 runners. ...
Nova Scotia Keltics come out on top with gold medal rugby win
29-22 was the final score against Quebec, giving Nova Scotia’s U20 women’s rugby team a stunning victory against pretty sizable odds in the Eastern Canada Championships. Amber Davison, coach of the team, said after winning bronze last year the ...
Big bucks raised: Milton Dambusters hold swim-a-thon
Swimmers participated in a swim-a-thon, which is the team’s main fundraising event. Natalie McMaster, the Milton Dambusters’ team manager, said swimmers went door-to-door collecting pledges. She said the club also approached local businesses as part ...
Middleton grad Rachel Holland makes academics and athletics a winning combination
She’s proof. The 18-year-old 2017 graduate from Middleton Regional High School crossed the stage with a 99 per cent academic average in Grade 12 and picked up the Governor General’s Award. Throw in a $65,000 scholarship to the Western University in ...
Get your running shoes ready: Hantsport's annual Canada Day road race marking milestone
The Dick Beazley Memorial Six-Mile Race will once again be held on Canada Day in Hantsport, as will the Arnold Robertson Two-Mile Race. They will start concurrently at 9:30 a.m. Both races are tributes to men who promoted the sport, and Bill Preston, ...
Three Miles Plains man becomes first in Atlantic Canada to complete Everesting challenge
He’s got a long night, morning and day ahead of him. He’s not done until he completes the gruelling journey - 64 times. Why? He’s completing the ‘Everesting’ challenge, climbing the equivalent of Mount Everest on a bicycle to test his endurance. The ...
Avon View student passionate about horseback riding
It’s apparent that the pair, Singer and Brilliant, have a strong bond – training every day probably helps that. Singer, who will soon turn 17, is a student at Avon View High School, but for her, horses take precedence. “I’ve had (Brilliant) for three ...
Annapolis River Canoe and Kayak Race celebrates the river May 27
Avid paddlers of both canoes and kayaks will tell you there’s nothing as peaceful and relaxing as drifting down the county’s oldest travel route oblivious to cares and concerns of the outside world. On May 27 you may not want to just drift. In fact ...