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 ...
South Shore Breaker
Report: Raptors sign Dartmouth's Lindell Wigginton to play in summer league
RAPTORS PARADE DAY: Jump for joy for the NBA champs
True team effort by Raptors defeats Golden State's dynasty
With a Grand Slam junior title, Leylah Annie Fernandez has met one of her three goals this year
Laval's Leylah Annie Fernandez wins French Open junior singles title
Warriors bounce back by playing like champs, series with Raptors tied 1-1
‘Love at first roll’: Hants County’s Rebel Riot win back-to-back bouts during birthday bash
Hants County’s roller derby club has made great strides since it was formed in 2017. And this year, they’ve already surpassed one of their main goals. ...
Annual SCFGA fishing derby June 1
The Shelburne County Fish & Game Association (SCFGA) will be holding their annual fishing derby on June 1 at Alvin Lake near Exit 27 on Highway 103. The fun gets underway at 9 a.m. Alvin Lake is stocked by Nova Scotia Fisheries with speckled ...
Going fast - Valley Thunder hosts action-packed East Coast Junior Lacrosse League game
Young players from across the Annapolis Valley got a good look at the high-speed world of junior lacrosse when the East Coast Junior Lacrosse League came to town May 14. League commissioner Brendon Smithson was also on hand for the contest between ...
Danny Frame, Dirk Bishop after tandem caber toss Guinness World Record June 1
Danny Frame sits in the community room at Lawrencetown Education Centre. He’s the first one there. It’s where he teaches at-risk kids and there’s a Gaelic Heritage Day coming up at the school. He’ll be in charge of the ...
Dirt track memories - Legendary Bridgetown running coach Bill Hirtle looks back on when it all started
Bill Hirtle stands at the north end of the track in Bridgetown, just west of the new school. Districts are coming up and he watches the youngsters train. Sixty-eight years ago he was digging rocks out of that same track. They cleared it from the ...
Barrington River Run wet and wild for some
Running the rapids at Chrissy’s Falls was a wet and wild ride for some paddlers during the annual Barrington River Run on May 11. With lots of water in the river, it was a challenging run. Some paddlers nailed it while others took the plunge. ...
Cape Sable Island native James Smith shooting for world stage at 2019 World Police and Fire Games in China this summer
Cape Sable Island native James Smith has his sights set on the 2019 World Police and Fire Games in China this August, where he will be competing as a long-distance rifle shooter. This will be his second time at the games. In 2017, when he competed ...
Agreement reached on Nova Scotia high school rugby
Rugby Nova Scotia will take over running high school rugby for the rest of the season. That news came out of a meeting in Truro on Tuesday between the Department of Education and the board of governors of the Nova Scotia School Athletic ...
Lasting impression - Former track star Morse visits his old coach in Bridgetown to say thanks
When Dick Campbell inducted David Morse into the Bridgetown and Area Sports Hall of Fame in November, there was something the former track athlete wanted to tell his old coach. But he couldn’t. “I would have been a crying mess. But ...
Going fast - Wilmot’s Fred Thibeault a legend in drag racing world
That 200 kilometre-per-hour mark on your odometer? The one you’ll never touch with the needle? Fred Thibeault drives faster than that and he can do it from standing still in the length of time it took you to read this. He’s 69 and he ...