Swift advocates want old Bridgetown school chimney preserved
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Leslie Conrad’s daughters want justice for Lower Wolfville woman's ...
Great Canadian Dollar Store opening soon in Kingston
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Kings County water treatment plans for New Minas get provincial funding
Axemen pick up 31-9 win over Bishop’s in Homecoming matchup
11-U AA Mosquito Kentville Wildcats put exclamation mark on season with Atlantic Canadian championship
Father, son reflect on exciting season as Windsor Knights
Newfoundland wins Canadian Senior Men’s Fastpitch Championship following dramatic tournament
East Hants Mastodons hoping to become repeat champions at national fast pitch championships in St. Croix
‘That magic mix’
The Kentville senior Wildcat’s home opener was the team’s first loss of the season. ...
Kentville Wildcats off to winning start to 2018 NSSBL season with victory in Truro
Winning the first game of the season on the Bearcat’s home turf could represent a turning point for the Kentville Wildcats. ...
Mosher terminated as Kentville senior Wildcats' baseball head coach
When the Kentville senior Wildcats take to the baseball field in 2018, it will be without long-time head coach Ian Mosher. ...
Kentville author’s new book focuses on seven decades of Nova Scotia baseball
A Kentville sports aficionado and author who has been collecting newspaper clippings and memorabilia for more than 70 years ...
Noel Road Jays lose in bid for fourth NS Championship
The championship game was tight through four innings with the Pirates leading 1-0 before the Pirates exploded for ten runs in their half of the fifth for an 11-0 win as the game was called after five due to the ten run rule. The Pirates win surprised ...
‘Conflagration of bad luck’ ends baseball season for Kentville Wildcats
Head coach Ian Mosher said they had to win all three home games against Sydney on Sept. 1 and 2 and they needed Dartmouth to beat Truro on Sept. 3 to keep the season alive. If Kentville had won all three games and Dartmouth was victorious, this ...
Hants County teams dominate NSIBL All-Star and Gold Glove selections
Players from the Noel Road Jays, Hantsport Shamrocks and Windsor Knights were named or were tied for 17 of the 18 All-Star and Gold Glove Teams for the 2017 Nova Scotia Intermediate Baseball League Season on Aug. 26 The only position where a Hants ...
Noel Road Jays victorious in NSIBL championship
In the first game of what Hantsport was hoping would be a doubleheader, the Shamrocks took a 4-0 lead into the bottom of the fifth inning when their momentum collapsed as the Jays scored seven times on six hits and were also assisted by two Hantsport ...
Windsor Knights clinch second place standing in NSIBL while weather wreaks havoc with schedule
But that wasn’t the case, with the Shamrocks playing only 21 of their 28 regular season games - their final seven all postponed due to rain. The first postponement was in Noel Road on Aug. 6, when the second game of a twin-bill had to be ...
Windsor Knights fighting hard for third place finish of regular season
The Knights gave themselves a huge lift on Aug. 13 by sweeping the Truro Bearcats in a doubleheader in Windsor, with scores of 4-3 in nine innings and 3-2. Both games were seesaw battles with excellent play demonstrated by both ...