Friday, December 14, 2018
MABOU: The annual Kenzie Beaton Memorial Hockey Tournament might have started out in rough fashion but, said organizer Wesley Beaton, the event closed out perfectly. “After a storm on the sixteenth and trying to figure out how I was...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A pair of third period goals paved the way for the top team in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey league to eke out a one-goal win over a very competitive Strait Pirate squad. “It’s the first place team...
PORT HAWKESBURY: It was a trip like none other for a Port Hawkesbury local who’s been following the Habs since he was a lad. “Oh my God, it was fantastic,” said Reginald Keefe, a 77-year-old who visited the Bell...
PORT HAWKESBURY: NuStar and its employees continued with their commitment to make a positive difference in surrounding communities by hosting the sixth annual Fairways to Success Charity Golf Classic at the Dundee Resort and Golf Club in August. This year,...
DARTMOUTH: The Cape Breton West Islanders finished their weekend on a high note when dropping the number three team in the provincial Major Midget league in a 5-2 final. The Sunday win puts the Islanders back on the winning side...
PORT HOOD: They’re still the top squad in the provincial Major Midget league by a healthy margin, but the Cape Breton West Islanders took their lumps last weekend. The West suffered a 4-3 shootout loss on Saturday against the Halifax...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The SAERC Saints girls volleyball team closed out its season two weekends ago when taking silver at the NSSAF Division II provincial championship. “To win the league, the regional, and then place second at provincials – and to...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Junior Pirates were unable to score a win last Friday or Sunday. The Bulldogs managed a 5-1 win over the Strait on Friday, as Cameron Boyd (from Randon MacKinnon and Mitchell Dilosa) was the only Pirate able...
LOUISDALE: A yearly tradition at the Richmond Arena will be played out this Monday, December 19, as the Richmond Skating Club hosts its annual ice show. “It’s our annual Christmas show that we put on every year,” said Kim MacDonald,...
ANTIGONISH: Leave your ego and your shoes at the door may be the unofficial motto of the town’s newest martial arts club but it might as well be welcome to the family. It would be easy for a martial...
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