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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Alex King, Logan Cleveland have huge six-goal weekend for Avon River Rats
Yarmouth Jr. A Mariners launch Pink in the Rink to raise money for Yarmouth hospital's cancer centre
Third-year defenceman Maaskant happy hitting the ice for Acadia
Annapolis Royal goaltender having impact on the ice for Valley Wildcats
Valley Maple Leafs win a pair of games, one away, one at home
Avon River Rats hit the road for three games after two weekend losses
Windsor hockey star heading to U.S. to play for University of Massachusetts in 2018-19
Michael Dill, of Windsor, made it official on Sept. 18 when he announced his decision. Dill is currently wrapping up his final year with the Pictou County Crushers, with the Maritime Junior Hockey League, and was recently named Nova Scotia Tennis ...
Avon River Rats gearing up for busy Junior C hockey season
Jamie Leopold, the general manager of the team, said fans can expect to see some fast, hard-hitting, local hockey once they get started. “Most of our players are from the Windsor, West Hants area; (they) grew up in the minor hockey system,” Leopold ...
Major midget Valley Wildcats icing young, energetic team this season
“I think the biggest thing we’ve seen from the team is that they’re willing to put the work and the effort in,” he said in an interview Sept. 18. “They’re willing to learn. They’re willing to get out of their comfort zones and try some things.” ...
Valley Maple Leafs lose in home opener, hoping to build offence
The Valley Maple Leafs were defeated 4 – 2 in their opening home game against the East Hants Penguins at the Newport and District Rink on Sept 18, 2017. “The first period, we didn’t play very well at all, offensively we’re just not there yet,” ...
‘Being an underdog isn't the worst case’: Valley Wildcats dominate home opener, shut out on the road
Valley took an early lead and kept their cool when things got close, before rolling to a 6–2 victory over St. Stephen, New Brunswick's County Aces Sept. 15 in Berwick. Matt Warner led the attack with two goals, including a penalty shot. Riley ...
Valley Wildcats holding home opener Sept. 15 with plenty of new faces on the bench
Returnees from last year's team can be counted on one hand with new faces at forward, defence, goal and behind the bench, as Travis Young, an assistant coach last season, takes over head coaching duties. Nick Greenough leaves the bench to focus ...
Valley Wild hold female hockey day in Kentville to promote, bolster program
The Valley Wild female hockey day at the Kentville Centennial Arena on Sept. 10 included on-ice training sessions for all age groups, a barbecue, a 50-50 fundraiser, registration and more. Everything was free for the participants. 14-year-old ...
Valley Maple Leafs training camp fast approaching; home opener in Newport
The Leafs will be hosting their home opener in Brooklyn this September at the Newport and District Rink. “We want to let the people of Newport know that we will be playing some games out there and we will be playing, guaranteed for sure, Sept. 17 at ...
Living the Dream: New Minas hockey player drafted by NHL’s Ottawa Senators
19-year-old Drake Batherson of New Minas has been drafted by the Ottawa Senators. Batherson was in Chicago in late June for the draft, where he was selected in the fourth round, 121st overall. “I just kind of blacked out when they called my ...
South Berwick girl presents NHL star Sidney Crosby with unique gift
The recent meet-and-greet with Sid the Kid was a direct result of the 12-year-old South Berwick resident starting her own business venture, Caelyn’s Creations. The creations – bonfire accessories she calls Smoke Heads – are hollowed out logs ...