New officers join the Truro Police Service
Colchester County activist who intimidated Samson given discharge
Truro Raceway staff laid off in sudden announcement
North River woman motivated by experience in Malawi
Plebiscite required to convert North River to a wet community
Province allows logging against stated policies, says harvester
BEARCAT BANTER – By Gerry Hale: On the road again
Truro pizzeria makes multiple-order deliveries to Dartmouth
Truro’s Hubtown Theatre bringing comedy to the stage
Truro Daily News
Rams coach honoured by Soccer Nova Scotia
Rams look to finish strong at CCAA tournament
Rams up for the challenge at CCAA soccer championship
Bridgetown Hawks take senior boys NSSAF soccer Provincials in 3-2 nail-biter
Dal AC's Maxwell receives ACAA athletic honour
CEC teams still perfect on the pitch
CEC boys soccer team hosting Gryphons Tuesday
The Cougars enter the contest after playing four tough games against three of the best teams in the province over the weekend at Kings-Edgehill. The Cougars played well in a 2-0 loss to Halifax West, before shootout losses to Parkview and Horton. In ...
Rams maintain hold on fourth place
On Sunday, the Rams blanked the St. Thomas Tommies 1-0 after a hard-fought 1-1 stalemate against the UNBSJ Seawolves on Saturday. In Sunday’s match, both teams struggled in the heat and showed fatigue. The Rams hit the back of the net in the 74th ...
Rams' Lauther receives ACAA honour
The midfielder was named ACAA female athlete of the week after scoring two goals to pace a 4-1 win over the Crandall Chargers. Lauther, a first-year member of the Rams, also had a strong game in a 1-1 tie against the Mount Saint Vincent Mystics. The ...
CEC soccer teams post wins over Tigers
Mykaela Sherry, Baillie Lynds and Leah Adams also scored for the Cougars. CEC is competing in a tournament on P.E.I. today through Saturday. The team plays its next home game on Thursday, Sept. 28. Meanwhile, the CEC boys’ team downed Hants East 4-0 ...
CEC soccer teams open season with victories
In boys’ action, the Cougars edged the Northumberland Nighthawks 2-1. Matt Jones and Ben Lauther scored for the Cougars, while Mike MacGillivray replied for the Nighthawks in a physical, but sloppy, game at CEC field. The boys visit defending ...
Coming full circle
Wearing a red Bauer helmet and matching Easton gloves, he gripped a wooden Sherwood 5030 stick. His equipment meticulously matched his red and black Weeks Major Midgets jersey with a ‘C’ planted on the left side of his chest. The caption, “Funny.. ...
Truro-based CC Riders teams claim gold, two bronze in provincial finals
It was one of three medal performances for the club as the Riders also took bronze in the U-13 A and U-15 A girls divisions. The Riders went undefeated through four games to win the U-15 boys A title, capping their run Sunday with a 4-2 victory over ...
Riders in pursuit of provincial gold
The Riders will host the six-team Nova Scotia championship at Harmony Heights and King Street fields. They will try to follow in the footsteps of CC Rider teams that have already won provincial crowns this season. Last weekend, the Riders under-17 ...
Riders three-peat as provincial U17A soccer champs
Drew Mumford scored in double overtime in the championship game as the Riders edged Cole Harbour 1-0 to claim the provincial crown. In their first game, the Riders won 3-0 over Halifax-Dunbrack on goals by Nick Levangie, Ryan McEachren and Adam ...
U-13 CC Riders win Highland Soccer League crown
Payton Pugsley of the CC Riders eyes an opening during the Highland Soccer League final on Tuesday.Nicole Hart, Chloe Lindsay and Lienna Storry-Trefry scored goals for the Riders, who led 1-0 at halftime. Marissa Archibald earned the shutout. The win ...