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  • Halifax Dunbrack-Ratomir Soccer Tournament/U15 boys division results (from Halifax Sunday)

    Championship game: Antigonish Celtics - 0 Bedford - 0 (Antigonish wins on penalties) Antigonish penalty scorers: Bryce thomson, Jesse Frizzle, Kinnon Wallace, Evan Burke Player of the game: Tyler Doiron ...
  • Local sports preview (Sunday)

    There are a pair of double-headers in the Richmond Amateur Baseball Association. The Port Hawkesbury Bucs visit the Inverness Athletics. The Bucs (3-2) are second in the six-team league; the Athletics (1-1), who are tied for third, sit a half...
  • Another season of racing set to open at Riverside

    The 2017 season at Riverside International Speedway opens Saturday. The Ron MacGillivray Chev Buick GMC 150 kicks off the 48th season at the high banks of Riverside. The race is the third of 12 on the 2017 Pro Stock Tour. Antigonish'...
  • PHAST Annual Award Winners

    The Port Hawkesbury Antigonish Swim Team, PHAST, celebrated a great year of swimming with an Awards Banquet in Port Hawkesbury. The top awards at the Saturday banquet were Jacob Bennett for the FINA Point Swim of the Year, Anna Robinson winning th...
  • Dunbrack Ratomir Soccer Tournament (Saturday Result from Halifax)

    Halifax Dunbrack Ratomir Soccer Tournament Antigonish Celtics U15A Boys - 1 CC Riders - 0 The Celtics goal was scored by player of the game Jesse Frizzle.  Tyler Doiron had the shutout. With the win the Celtics advance to the cro...
  • The NSSL U13 Girls Soccer (Saturday Result from Stellarton)

    Highland - 1 Dartmouth - 0 Willa Evans scored for Highland Jia Rennie with the shut out...
  • AGR (Friday Results)

    AGR  St. Andrews Flyers - 6 Carmie MacInnis Insurance St Joseph Chief - 3 Winning pitcher Craig MacCarron 15 strikeouts Losing pitcher Jaron Kennedy 6 strikeouts Top hitter St. Andrews Andrew MacIssac-homerun 2rbi Crai...
  • Inverness Co. nursing home honoured by university

    Officials with the province's only French-language post-secondary institution have recognized a Cheticamp nursing home. Representatives from the Foyer Pere Fiset were presented with the Louis E. Deveau Award of Excellence at the Université Sainte-Anne...
  • Local sports preview (Friday)

    There are a pair of games in the AGR. The St. Joseph's Chiefs visit the St. Andrews Flyers at 6:30 p.m. The St. Joseph's Chiefs then take on the Heatherton Warriors at 8:30 p.m. Both games will be played in St. Andrews. One local team is in ...
  • Provincial Special Olympics open in Antigonish

    The 2017 Special Olympics Nova Scotia Provincial Summer Games open in Antigonish on Friday afternoon. Many of the events take place at StFX; opening ceremonies get underway at 4 p.m. Events include track-and-field, soccer, bocce, swimming, golf and ...
  • Boyd appointed as StFX Board Chair

    StFX's president has announced a new Chair of their Board of Governors. Michael Boyd graduated from the school in 1985. He's been on the Board of Governors for two terms, beginning in 2012. Boyd is currently managing director and head of global m...
  • Guysborough Co. man with PTSD cleared for firearms licence, says report

    A news outlet's report has found that a doctor signed off on a Guysborough Co. man's medical assessment for New Brunswick's Chief Firearms Office, three months after he had reportedly planned to harm himself. Thirty-three-year-old Lionel Desmond fatall...
  • Richmond Co. organizational review complete, says interim CAO

    The interim CAO for the Municipality of Richmond Co. says an organizational review was carried out to maximize efficiency and effectiveness. Maris Freimanis would not confirm any changes in staff numbers, but The Hawk has learned that at least two peop...
  • Delorey, Hines say they're excited for new cabinet roles

    The MLA for Guysborough-Eastern Shore-Tracadie says his riding and previous portfolio have helped prepare him for his new role. Lloyd Hines was named the province's Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal by Premier Stephen McNei...
  • Price of gas falls for third straight week

    Pump prices have dropped almost five cents. The price of gas fell 4.8 cents during the regular price adjustment at midnight, which means a litre of regular self-serve in the Quad Counties is now between $1.02 on the low end, and $1.05 on the high ...
  • NSCC officials hold convocation ceremony in Port Hawkesbury

    Close to 300 students have graduated from the Nova Scotia Community College's Strait Area Campus. The convocation ceremony took place at the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre Thursday afternoon. Dr. Sarah Teresa MacNeil received an NSCC honora...
  • RABA results (from Petit-de-Grat Thursday)

    Port Hawkesbury Bucs - 11 Petit-de-Grat Red Caps - 8 The Bucs (3-2) have won back-to-back games, while the Red Caps (1-2) lost for the second time in as many nights. The season series between the teams is tied 1-1....
  • Antigonish Softball League results (from Thursday)

    Raiders 32 The Crew 10 Eager Beavers 30 Heatherton 14 County Leftovers 17 AA Munro 8 Assorted Nuts 38 St. Andrews 18 Centrals 27 Afton 13...
  • Richmond Co. Women's Softball League results (from Thursday)

    Game 1: Brewers - 14 Port Hawkesbury - 0 Game 2: Brewers - 7 Port Hawkesbury - 0 Game 1: Dirt Devils - 25 Cleats N' Cleavage - 5 Game 2: Dirt Devils - 19 Cleats N' Cleavage - 8...
  • Police make drug bust in Port Hastings

    A man and a woman face drug charges following a traffic stop in Inverness Co. RCMP say members of the Inverness District Street Crime Enforcement Unit laid the charges after they stopped a car on Rte. 19 in Port Hastings at roughly 3:45 p.m. Wedne...
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