Two drivers, one passenger arrested in Truro
Colchester: Lifesaving, theatre, wasted space and a shy little cat
Excitement builds as rehearsals for Guys & Dolls take place in Truro: ...
Project Lifesaver brings peace of mind to Colchester County families
Fire strikes Brookfield pizza and food market
Mounties spending big on empty space: Nova Scotia MP
St. Andrews is calling
2-minute reads Part 3: Who are the people in our neighbourhood?
Greenfield artist Robb Scott feels he's made his way to the "big ...
Colchester County's McIsaac, Higgins chasing Memorial Cup championship
Shooters fastpitch league getting set for new season
Truro swimmer named Cleve’s athlete of the month
Barrel racing soon returning to Bible Hill
A familiar face leaves Truro Raceway
Cougar Dome staff excited for upcoming programs
By Stephen Mallov Special to the Truro News With spring weather finally here, and summer fast approaching, the Cougar Dome is gearing up for its lessons and camps. After one final cycle of lessons inside, the June session will be moving ...
CEC off to slo-pitch regionals
In covering area sports, a guy gets to meet some interesting people. Enter Kelly Quinn, the head coach of CEC Cougars girls slo-pitch team. Quinn, who grew up in Charlottetown and Truro, has been a police officer for 10 years. A member of the ...
Canadian showjumping legend Eric Lamaze reveals brain tumour diagnosis
Eric Lamaze is one of Canada’s most decorated show jumpers, one of the most exciting riders in the sport, and a must-see fan favourite every summer at Spruce Meadows. He is also an incredible competitor. And now, a fighter. Quietly, the ...
Big win over Storm puts Mooseheads in prime position
One more win and the Halifax Mooseheads will go directly to the Memorial Cup championship game. They beat the Guelph Storm 4-2 at the Scotiabank Centre on Sunday to give them a 2-0 record so far in the round robin. That guarantees them at least a ...
MEMORIAL CUP: Storm fluster Huskies in 5-2 win
Alexey Toropchenko helped the Guelph Storm make a statement in their Memorial Cup opener on Saturday. The Russian winger scored a natural hat trick in the first period to give the OHL champions a 5-2 win over the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies in front of ...
Acadian Games kick off in Truro
The Acadian Games launched in Truro Friday as hundreds of student athletes flocked into town from all corners of Nova Scotia. After the opening ceremony Friday, which saw roughly 900 students celebrate the sporting festival's start, ...
Going fast - Valley Thunder hosts action-packed East Coast Junior Lacrosse League game
Young players from across the Annapolis Valley got a good look at the high-speed world of junior lacrosse when the East Coast Junior Lacrosse League came to town May 14. League commissioner Brendon Smithson was also on hand for the contest between ...
CEC’s Sibley wins bronze at table tennis provincials
TRURO, N.S. – Kelsa Sibley was the lone member of the Cobequid Cougars to nab a medal at the Nova Scotia School Athletic Federation table tennis championships last weekend in Margaree, Cape Breton. Sibley won bronze on Saturday in the senior ...
Warriors break into win column
TRURO, N.S. – The Mi’kmaq Warriors, fresh off their first victory of the season, return to action on Friday, May 17 in the East Coast Junior Lacrosse League. The Warriors host the St. Margaret’s Bay Rebels for an 8 p.m. matchup ...
Tatamagouche native Dana Fraser accomplished a lot in hockey
It was nine hockey seasons ago (2009-10) that Dana Fraser played his last year with the Truro Bearcats. Fraser led all Bearcats in scoring that season with 28 goals and 63 assists for 91 points. During three seasons with Truro, the dedicated ...