Oct. 7, 1948: Capital Theatre front being modernized
Malagash United hosts successful pot luck supper
L.A. Animal Shelter yard sale and open house in July 7
Welcoming gateway signage coming to Aulac, Cape Jourimain, province’s other entry points
Joggins Fossil Centre celebrates 10th Anniversary as World Heritage Site on Saturday
Russell Wangersky: Of peace, calm and other elusive things
Google Doodle honours Viola Desmond on civil rights leader's birthday
Competing in a local market
Big Block Dog walk on June 26 in downtown Amherst
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Midget AA Athletics earn four wins in Cape Breton
Jackson gets shot at Canadians women’s team at senior championships
Strawberry Trail and Road Race results
Late Bob Edgett to be honoured with community advocate award from Multi-Ethnic Sports Hall of Fame during Amherst ceremony
Antigonish athlete named Team Nova Scotia flag bearer for SO opening ceremony
Ryan Kearney has been named the Team Nova Scotia flag bearer for the 2018 Special Olympics Canada Summer Games’ opening ceremony. “It is exciting,” the Antigonish native said. Kearney learned of the honour a few days ago, when ...
IWK 250 crown goes to Kenny Wallace
Rollie MacDonald and his King Racing team will have to wait another year to capture an IWK 250 crown. Tuesday night (July 17), Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour officials announced three cars, including the #13 driven to victory by Cassius Clark two ...
Langille races to seventh in IWK 250
Braden Langille raced to a seventh-place finish in his first IWK 250 at Riverside International Speedway. Thirty drivers competed in the annual event – one of the jewels in the Parts for Trucks Pro Stock Tour season ...
SLIDESHOW: Clark races to checkered flag in IWK 250
Cassius Clark raced to the checkered flag Sunday afternoon (July 15) in the IWK 250 at Riverside International Speedway in James River, Antigonish County. “It is my third year running with Rollie (MacDonald, owner of King Racing in Pictou ...
48th annual Nova Scotia Marathon, half marathon taking place in Municipality of Barrington on July 22
BARRINGTON, N.S. – Hundreds of runners are expected to be at the start line for the 48th Nova Scotia Marathon and Half Marathon on Sunday, July 22. A 10k run was also recently added to the event, which is being hosted by the Municipality of ...
End of an era as coach Ginny Smith retires from Yarmouth Whitecaps
YARMOUTH, N.S. – As her last meet as coach of the Yarmouth Y Whitecaps swim team was coming up, Ginny Smith was asked how she expected to feel at the end of that final competition. What would it be like saying goodbye to something that has been ...
Beed no-hits Y's Guys, Lions defeat Cubs in little league play
AMHERST – Burke Beed threw a no-hitter as the Mixers defeated the Y’s Guys 7-0 in Amherst Little League Baseball A system action on Monday. Beed gave up four walks and struck out 18. Jesse Goodwin suffered the loss, giving up three ...
Going For It! - Middleton’s Danny Frame making Guinness World Records caber toss attempt July 20
MIDDLETON, NS - Danny Frame first tried Scottish heavy events on a Wednesday. He was competing in Halifax that Saturday. That was about a dozen years ago and he’s thrown a few hammers, tossed a few cabers, and travelled the globe since ...
Camper crash stunt a big hit at Lawrencetown’s Redneck Rodeo
LAWRENCETOWN, NS - It’s a good thing Jack Pearle wasn’t at home when they drove the big Ford truck through the side of his travel trailer. It was all part of the show at the third annual Redneck Rodeo at the Annapolis Valley Exhibition ...
Nickerson, MacDonald throw no-hitters in little league action
AMHERST – Mandel Nickerson and Reece MacDonald threw no-hitters as the Mixers and Lions picked up lopsided victories in Amherst Little League Baseball action on Wednesday. Nickerson was only an error and a walk away from a perfect game. He ...