Applications being accepted for RCMP National Youth Advisory Committee
Faster internet coming to rural New Brunswick
Sackville's Live Bait Theatre collecting stories of local railway history
Assault of an inmate at Dorchester Penitentiary
Mainstreet Redevelopment Sackville Inc.’s business of the month: Dave’s Rock Emporium
Nature Conservancy of Canada hosting events during this weekend's Dorchester Sandpiper Festival
NB Liquor releases audited financial results for 2017-18, first-quarter results
CINDY DAY: Erroneous doppler radar reports
Russell Wangersky: You never know who’s in the audience
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World Champ! - Middleton’s Derek Smith picks up four gold at powerlifting Worlds
Cross Border Challenge returning for 10th year June 23
Men’s high school basketball Titans team starts season strong
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 ...
Nova Scotia’s golden girl: Queens County’s Sarah Mitton wins gold at Canada Games
The Brooklyn, Queens County, athlete won a gold medal in women’s shot put at the Canada Games. The Canada Games, which are taking place in Winnipeg, began July 28 and will come to a close Aug. 13. “Winning gold at my first and only Canada ...
Para-athlete Ryan Shay of Yarmouth takes silver in discus for Team Nova Scotia's first medal at Canada Summer Games
Shay is on Team Nova Scotia’s athletics squad and on July 31 he won the silver medal in para-discus. “It wasn’t my farthest throws,” said Yarmouth's Shay, after the sweltering early evening event on July 31 when the discus event was ...
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 ...
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 ...
Aquaneige to close out season at Ski Wenworth on April 1
The 2016-17 ski season will come to a close with the annual aquaneige competition at the Wentworth ski hill on Saturday, April 1 at 1 p.m. The 2016-17 ski season will come to a close with the annual aquaneige competition at the Wentworth ski hill on ...
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 ...
Nova Scotia track star Jenna Martin-Evans 'having fun' running final lap of career
The former national champion from Bridgewater, who overcame a serious Achilles tendon injury to compete for one last season, will be hitting Huskies Stadium turf Wednesday evening for the 2016 Aileen Meagher International Track Classic. Martin-Evans ...
Living well workshop series starts in new year
Sackville’s department of recreation programs and events will be hosting a 12-week Living Well Workshop Series, offering a variety of engaging activities to help improve the “mind, body and soul.” Matt Pryde, manager of the department, said the ...