THE VIEW FROM HERE: Sensational summer on the South Shore
THE MOM SCENE: The high price of nostalgia
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?: Doing what you’re told
EAST COAST MOMMY: Party planning on a budget
RECYCLED LOVE: Choose trainers carefully for pets
THE VIEW FROM HERE: Making my list of peeves and checking it twice
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?: My stupid pot
THE VIEW FROM HERE: What’s up with that?
LEGAL BRIEFS: The grey divorce: What to keep in mind when selling the ...
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2019 Valley Ex light horse show results from Lawrencetown
Dartmouth dethrones Western Halifax in thrilling men’s soccer final
UDFC ends Dunbrack's reign
Crosby, MacKinnon golf video goes viral
Under-15 boys fall 67-54 to Alberta in bronze medal game
Yarmouth's Ryan Shay looking to develop opportunities for youth with disabilities
Since his accident many years ago, Ryan Shay of Yarmouth has never focused on what he can’t do. For him it’s always been about what he can do, and even the things he hasn’t done but is excited to try. And he wants to share this ...
Black, Hughes, Steele win Pan Am medals
Three Nova Scotians won medals at the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru on Monday. Halifax’s Ellie Black repeated as the all-around gold medallist in artistic gymnastics and Kayakers Marshall Hughes of Waverley and Jacob Steele of Halifax ...
Wanderers drop 6-2 road game to York9 FC
The Halifax Wanderers were on the wrong end of an offensive free-for-all in Ontario on Saturday. York9 FC filled Halifax’s net in a 6-2 Canadian Premier League game in front of 3,154 fans at York Lions Stadium in North York. Rodrigo ...
Pros, friends, family honour Jordan Boyd at annual tournament
MacKenzie Weegar never needs any arm-twisting to come to Nova Scotia for a visit, so when the organizers of the Jordan Boyd Celebrity Hockey Challenge asked him to participate in this year's tournament the decision was a ...
Yarmouth's Allie Munroe heading overseas to play pro hockey in Sweden
Yarmouth’s Allie Munroe is used to travelling for hockey. But the 22-year-old is about to embark on the biggest road trip of her hockey career. Munroe is heading to Stockholm, Sweden to play professional hockey. Munroe made the ...
Ryan Graves: From preparing for NHL training camp to working with youth at his minor hockey school
Ryan Graves had much in common with the kids who took part in his hockey school in Yarmouth. He grew up playing minor hockey here. He says the hockey school was a fun week. And, like the kids, he too is preparing for an upcoming season of hockey ...
Nova Scotia sets up expert advisory panel on school sports safety
An expert panel has been struck to advise Education Minister Zach Churchill about safety in school sports across the province. The panel will provide advice on ways to prevent and reduce injuries, including head injuries, in school sports, along ...
Co-ed Youth Strength Challenge captivates big crowd at annual Middleton festival
Madison Steele had no problem lifting a 174-pound stone off the grass onto the top of a waist-high barrel. Her partner Chris Llewellyn picked up a 211-pounder and did the same. The pair powered through the events in the Co-ed Youth Strength ...
Port Williams winger Shaffelburg turns heads in debut game with Toronto FC
Jacob Shaffelburg is taking the professional soccer world by storm. Already entering professional soccer with high expectations on him, the left-footed winger from Port Williams exceeded those in his debut home game, where he was instrumental in ...
After a U.S. player's controversial tea-drinking celebration, here are some of the most notorious goal celebrations in World Cup history
United States forward Alex Morgan is in hot water after her goal celebration against England on Tuesday, which saw the soccer star pretending to drink a cup of tea, with her pinky finger extended upward. Was she mocking the English? Was it a ...