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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Newfoundland and Labrador's Gushue beats Canada's Koe for first Brier title
Brier 2017: Photos from Day Seven in St. John's
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Brier costume party
The Sociables are a group from Alberta who have become an entertainment staple among Brier crowds over the last seven years. You can’t miss them with their thematic, sometimes garish, always co-ordinated costumes, holding up flashcards spelling out ...
Sudden phone call puts P.E.I. man in middle of curling stardom
The annual national men’s curling championship brings the top men’s teams from each province together to compete for a chance to represent Canada at the annual world championships. This year, they’re heading to St. John’s, N.L., and that’s where ...
Storms, curling, and hosting the Provincial Masters in Middleton
Monday’s Nor’easter – what the CBC weatherman called the worst storm of his career after White Juan – effectively shut down the club for two days. All of Monday’s Leagues and the Youth programs were cancelled as the province was closed ...
Two Kentville curlers on Team Mattattall off to another national event
The Mattatall team went undefeated in the provincial senior women’s championships, which were held in Dartmouth. As a result Jill Alcoe-Holland and Andrea Saulnier also qualified for Senior Provincial ...
Young Kentville curlers win gold at home rink
The hosting Glooscap Curling Club in Kentville welcomed 32 teams from throughout the province to curl in the U12-U14 tournament the weekend of Jan. 21. Glooscap’s U14 Team Bennett emerged victorious in their division and their club mates from U12 ...
Annual curling cashspiel draws top-notch competitors to Windsor
For the latest news coming from the Windsor Curling Club, be sure to check this website.The competition runs Nov. 25-27 at the Windsor Curling Club. The competition drew a total of 24 teams and 96 curlers consisting of 12 men’s and 12 women’s ...
Canadian Mixed Curling Championship in Yarmouth Nov. 13-19
The Mixed, which began in Toronto in 1964, has been won a leading 11 times by Alberta, while Nova Scotia has captured seven titles — by skips Mark Dacey (2002 and 2010), Paul Flemming (1999 and 2003), Steve Ogden (1995 and 1998) and Scott Saunders ...
Nova Scotia skips happy to represent province at Canadian Masters
“It’s always great to represent your province,” Nova Scotia men’s skip Steve Ogden of Halifax said prior to his second game of the first day of the competition April 4. Ogden, one of Nova Scotia‘s most decorated curlers, said this is his ninth ...
Nova Scotia teams advance: Everest Canadian Seniors curling in Digby moving on to championship round
Nova Scotia men's skip Alan O’Leary with Andrew Dauphinee, Danny Christianson and Harold McCarthy of the Dartmouth Curling Club are 5-0 with one game left to play in the round robin tournament. Nova Scotia is the only undefeated team of the seven in ...
Kings County to host national curling championships
The Wolfville Curling Club and Glooscap Curling Club in Kentville will co-host the Canadian Masters Curling Championships from April 4-10. “Some of the people that we’re going to see here in the Valley as curlers in this event would be ones that ...