Cobequid Educational Centre students staging Newsies
Fatal vehicle-pedestrian accident in Central Onslow
I Hate Shakespeare being staged in Bible Hill
Truro store raising funds for animal rescue in memory of Elsie DeBay
Pugwash man wanted by RCMP arrested in Amherst
Truro police ask for public assistance to identify suspect after ...
Truro driving complaint leads to seizure of firearms
Truro youth join global climate strike: Video
Snowbirds coming to air show in Debert
Elvis Stojko shares some secrets to success during Pictou County visit
Truro girl shooting for world deaf volleyball championships
New Somebeachsomewhere documentary premiering Sunday
Bridge work will keep Blue Nose Marathon in Halifax this year
Halifax gymnast Black earns bronze at 2019 American Cup
Silver for Cranton - Belleisle figure skater earns Games medal for N.S.
Lower Harmony woman ready to coach at Special Olympics World Games
Maura Hunter has been to Special Olympics World Games before, but this year’s competition will be her first as a coach. The Lower Harmony won is heading to the United Arab Emirates as a coach with the Canadian swim team. “My total ...
Twice in a lifetime - Belleisle’s figure skating Jess Cranton gets second shot at Canada Games
When Jess Cranton lands in Red Deer Feb. 23, it will be the Belleisle figure skater’s second time competing at the Canada Winters Games. But if she doesn’t win a medal, she’s okay with that. The kids at Lawrencetown Consolidated ...
Truro athlete to represent Canada at Special Olympics World Games
Anthony James will soon be running for his country. The Truro track athlete is a member of Team Canada and is heading to the United Arab Emirates in March to compete in the Special Olympics World Games. “It’s going to be fun to race ...
N.S. gymnasts strong in finals at Canada Winter Games
Four Nova Scotia gymnasts competed in the men’s individual apparatus finals on Thursday night at the Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alta. Alex Watters (Williamswood) was busy with four finals on the evening. Watters, Nova Scotia’s ...
One of the best - Middleton’s Emilie Townsend part of Team Nova Scotia’s judo crew
She’s competed at meets in most major cities in Canada, racked up dozens of medals, and has friends across the country – all because of judo. And now she’s representing Nova Scotia at the Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, ...
Brookfield youth honour memory of fellow student
Students and staff at South Colchester Academy honoured the memory of a former student by naming a tournament after him. Jan. 18-19 the school hosted the "Mikwite'tmnej njikmaminu Angus Paul Tournament," which translates to ...
SLIDESHOW: Freestyle skiers kick off competition season at Ski Martock
Skiers flew down the course, grinding on rails and flipping through the air – really big air. ...
This St. John's Edge rookie’s fine footwork once made him an internet sensation
The hubbub has died down a bit since the video went viral in late 2015, but every so often, former Maryland college basketball star and current St. John’s Edge rookie Jared Nickens is met with a quizzical look, followed by, ‘Say, ...
Rugby Nova Scotia names new development officer
SYDNEY, N.S. – Rugby Nova Scotia has named Emma DeLory as the organization’s new development officer. DeLory, originally from Halifax, first experienced the sport while attending Halifax West High School and later played varsity rugby ...
World and Olympic champion figure skater Kaetlyn Osmond spends day with young skaters in Yarmouth
YARMOUTH, N.S. – It’s a day that was months in the making in Yarmouth, but it all really began two decades earlier in the small, rural town of Marystown, Newfoundland, when a young girl named Kaetlyn Osmond went onto the ice at the age of ...