MADD candlelight vigil held in memory of victims of impaired drivers
Seniors academy underway in Amherst
Red lights on school buses mean stop
No punches pulled at climate talks in Pugwash
CJSMA seeking someone to process its recyclables
Coats for Cumberland returns
Rediscovering the bells that delight Amherst’s downtown
Amherst native near Las Vegas shooting scene
Creating close-knit communities on Amherst-based website
Cape Breton Post
Valley athletes taking run at Chicago Marathon Oct. 8
Port Medway logroller competes at Worlds
The Annapolis Valley Ex Light Horse Show results are in
Nova Scotia’s golden girl: Queens County’s Sarah Mitton wins gold at Canada Games
Ready to race: 47th annual N.S. Marathon, Half Marathon, 10k in Barrington July 23
Cambridge’s Ben Brown tops provincial records on Arizona track
Brown completed eight races in two days during the Desert Challenge Games hosted near Phoenix May 10-14. The Cambridge resident returned home with new personal bests and provincial records in both the 800 m (1:51.56) and 1500 m (3:42.46) events. “The ...
Dog mushing returns to Martock
It’s the second day of the East Coast Mushing Jamboree at Ontree near Ski Martock, and dozens of dogs and their owners are taking part in the excitement. Shelly Repchull, one of the event organizers, said the event, now in its second year, has ...
Uncertainty surrounds this year’s Coal Bowl as teachers work-to-rule
Breton Education Centre Bears player Blair MacIsaac, left, guards his man during the championship game of the Coal Bowl Classic at the Breton Education Centre gym in New Waterford last February. The iconic high school basketball tournament could be ...
Megan Conroy becomes new technical director for Volleyball Nova Scotia
Her first tattoo was a volleyball emblazoned on her foot forever - that’s a commitment. She’s played the game for as long as she can remember, and now, she’s helping implement the sport across Nova Scotia. Conroy fills the role of technical director ...
Racing With the Big Boys
Nine-year-old Damon Burbine of Joggins, Nova Scotia, seen here racing on July 21 at the Riverglade Speedway, competed this past weekend in Quebec. Burbine won two out of the three races he competed in, earning him first overall in the 65 cc ...
Colts donate basketball team to community centre
Springhill active living co-ordinator Landon Crowe (left) accepts a basketball net donated by the Tim Hortons Junior C Colts from coach Paul Atkinson.SPRINGHILL - Not everyone plays hockey. Even the Junior C Colts realize that. With that in mind, the ...
Track and field results from district championships
Jordan Boyd of Pugwash District High School participates in the high jump at the Stellarton track and field facility Saturday. Jennifer Vardy-Little - Transcontinental Media STELLARTON - The following senior, intermediate and junior athletes from ...
First time bowhunter bags trophy buck
SPENCERS ISLAND - Lifelong hunter Michael Collins had never picked up a bow prior to last fall, but now he swears hell never hunt deer with a rifle again. The Spencers Island resident bagged a 16-point, 245 lbs. buck last October, earning him both ...
N.S. horsemen dominate event
CHARLOTTETOWN - The Island Breeders Stake was dominated by Nova Scotia horsemen with Bluenose drivers, trainers, owners and breeders connected with five of the seven divisional winners. Six divisional crowns were up for grabs at Charlottetown ...
Springhill motocross legend entering Maritime hall of fame
SPRINGHILL - One of Springhll's best native son's will be inducted into the Maritime Motorsport Hall of Fame on Nov. 17. Anyone who watched motocross racing in the 1970s will certainly remember a 'Bear' sighting and it usually was at the front of ...