Jessica House is no ordinary teenager.
Jessica House is no ordinary teenager.
Glen Fudge of Pilleys Island was all smiles after catching some cod on Long Island shore recently, but it was the fish with the toothy grin.
AMATRICE, ITALY - Two strong earthquakes hit early Aug. 24, destroying towns in Italy and damaging ancient temples in Myanmar.
BOLZANO, ITALY – A group of young hockey players and their family members from Yarmouth County were in Italy Aug. 24 when a large earthquake hit the country.
FLORENCE, N.S. —Fire Chief Dave Julian has confirmed to the Cape Breton Post that the two men arrested and charged with arson in connection with 16 fires throughout the Florence and Bras’Dor communities in recent months are members of the Florence Volunteer Fire Department.
WEST PUBNICO, N.S. - Crew aboard the MV Angela O, fishing ground fish on the German Bank, had unusual company for several hours earlier this week.
When faced with mental health issues, would you know where to turn for help? Or would you not seek help because you're afraid someone would judge you?
LOCKEPORT, N.S. - It was a big year for the Lockeport Sea Derby with big sharks and a big turnout.
CONCEPTION BAY SOUTH, N.L - This was recognized as both tough a competitor and welcoming host during the 2016 Newfoundland and Labrador Summer Games, which concluded Saturday in the community.
For a team that almost never made it to the junior high volleyball tournament in Roddickton-Bide Arm late last month, coming home with a championship banner was a surprising feat.
WOLFVILLE – Wolfville area resident Jeff Moore left Thursday for Louisville, Kentucky for the funeral of the legendary Muhammad Ali.
Boxing great, Muhammad Ali, died Friday at 74 following a long fight with Parkinson's disease.
For the St. Anthony Volunteer Fire Department, it was a welcome announcement today that it will be receiving a new fire truck.
Students at LSA have become 'unplugged' every Wednesday afternoon for an hour of physical activity and social interaction. The grade 3-6 students enjoy playing dodgeball, soccer, baseball, as well as many warm-up activities like 'Charlie Wants a Home', tag and parachute games.
It’s the time of year for winter activities, winter festivals, and of course, annual Easter hockey tournaments.
The Family Resource Centre in Conche held a session on Feb. 16 called, “When I grow up…” The session was designed to get children thinking about future career choices. Special guest Cst. Justin Crocker, with the Roddickton-Bide Arm RCMP detachment, was a part of the session. He spoke with the children about law enforcement. Some of those that participated in the session included, from left, Chelby Symmonds, Ashton Hunt, Alexis Talbot, Cst. Justin Crocker, Kyra Symmonds, Hanna Obed, Anna Casey, Holly Casey and Angel Dyson.
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The discovery of several dozen live lobsters in Swedish waters earlier this year is jeopardizing future imports to Europe from North America.
License holder and fish harvester Edmund Moores was happy the judge didn’t side with the union.
Albeit in restrained language, auditor general Terry Paddon is sounding the alarm about the government’s fiscal position in a report released Friday morning.
A young Grand Falls-Windsor man took his business acumen and creativity to the Atlantic stage of an awards program last week.
SHELBURNE, N.S. - It wasn’t my first ghost story. It probably won’t be my last. But it was the closest personal account I’ve heard of what could be a poltergeist.
Gail Green needs a new heart, and to get it she needs to temporarily leave her home on the southwest coast and head to Halifax.
TORONTO, ONT. – Maudie the movie will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival this September.
Nineteen years after the publication of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” in the United Kingdom, J.K. Rowling’s wizarding universe is conjuring up excitement once again with a new book, “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” in stores this weekend. Here are a few facts about the new work.
When I was in my teens, we had a family dog that looked like a miniature Doberman pinscher and hated both the postman and the mail he delivered. (I think my mother got it because she lost a bet.)
“Do I dare eat a peach?” – The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, T.S. Eliot
Hardly a day goes by in the Canadian media when you can’t find a reference to a think-tank — the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies, the Fraser Institute, the C.D. Howe Institute, the Pembina Institute, the Macdonald Laurier Institute.
“He attacks other religions and ethnic groups, inflaming domestic tension and foreign terrorist rage.” — David Ignatius, American journalist