From the grocery line to the spotlight: meet Kentville singer Tina Cleveland
Assaults, accidents top calls for Annapolis District RCMP
Firefighters, RCMP officers rescue man along Falmouth shoreline
Clare-Digby minor hockey gets $5,000 from Maritime NHL’ers 4 Kids charity
Westville man facing child pornography charges makes Windsor court appearance
‘Long road ahead’ after Irma: Former Yarmouth County resident thankful for help ...
Falmouth man breaks not one, but two Canadian high-powered rocket records
Canso man’s wallet lost at sea, turns up 4 years later
Dog attacks Kings SPCA staff member
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Wheel Fun! Middleton riders compete with BMX bikes, scooters for prizes, bragging rights
Falmouth’s Meredith Chambers: rising from injury, inspiring other runners
Alex King, Logan Cleveland have huge six-goal weekend for Avon River Rats
Paralympic swimmer comes to Acadia
Born in Bath, England, he moved to Australia with his family at age 13. He had started swimming competitively at an early age, but it "really took off" after the move. Harrison-Murray was born with a condition called congenital bilateral talipes, ...
Hockey roots run deep with Windsor's Redden family as next generation playing in United States
Four grandchildren of Richard and Barbara Redden are currently either playing NCAA Division I hockey, Tier 1 in the United States Junior Hockey League or junior hockey with the Connecticut State Junior Rangers. The hockey stars – siblings Matthew, ...
Third-year defenceman Maaskant happy hitting the ice for Acadia
Just over three years ago, Maaskant came to Wolfville on a recruiting trip and fell in love with everything Acadia University has to offer academically and athletically. Choosing Acadia, he said, was an easy decision. “Honestly, my first night in the ...
Annapolis Royal goaltender having impact on the ice for Valley Wildcats
The goaltender for the Valley junior A Wildcats never wanted to be anything but a goalie from the time he first started playing hockey at age four. “I always loved it, from day one,” says the Annapolis Royal native. “I think it's the coolest position ...
Women encouraged to give the game of curling a try at Windsor Curling Club this October
“I am recruiting for the Ladies Curling Night at the Windsor Curling Club,” Kitchin said. “The club has many competitive leagues throughout the week, but Monday nights are exclusively for the ladies.” Kitchin said experienced curlers are available to ...
Valley athletes taking run at Chicago Marathon Oct. 8
,Coolen, who heads up Recreation and Community Services for the Town of Middleton, is running in the Chicago Marathon Oct. 8 with a handful of other Valley runners including recent Cape Breton Fiddlers Run full marathon winner Heather O’Donnell. ...
Valley Maple Leafs win a pair of games, one away, one at home
The Penguins played the final 1:03 of the game with an empty net as they desperately attempted to tie the Leafs, but they couldn’t do it as the Leafs claimed their third win of the season. Goals by Quinn MacDonald for the Penguins and Wesley Demone ...
Avon View Avalanche football team tramples J.H. Gillis Royals 37-6
The Avalanche started the scoring early on a ten-yard rush by Quarterback Jack Sheehan in the opening quarter for a 7-0 lead. Sami Whidden then scored the Avalanche’s next TD, with the convert being blocked, to put the Avalanche up 13-0. ...
Avon River Rats hit the road for three games after two weekend losses
Those games will be Friday, Oct. 6 at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 8 at 2:00 p.m. In between, the Rats will be in Lantz for a Saturday afternoon game on Oct. 7 against East Hants Ryson Construction for a 2:30 p.m. start. Avon will be ...
Acadia baseball team wraps up busy weekend at bat
The home team hosted UNB for back-to-back games at Memorial Park Sept. 30. New Brunswick clinched an 8-4 win in the first showdown between the two Atlantic conference teams, and edged out Acadia 4-3 in game two. The Axemen were on the road the ...