Soccer X-Women turn sights to next season
Donovan shines for hockey X-Women
Junior Bulldogs off to fast start in NSJHL
Rugby X-Women finish fifth at nationals
Lauren Lowther roars as Tiger freshman
Marthas garner provincial environmental award of excellence
MacKay knows how to ‘read the [political] tea leaves’
Hospital Help Day raises almost $71,500
Songs of Remembrance coming to St. Ninian's Cathedral
Carve out a piece of National Pumpkin Day
Linda MacDonald receives inaugural Xaverian Spirit Award
South Shore author offers up new book of local spooky tales
Antigonish author Graham-Pole takes a different path with cancer story
Safety at the forefront for R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home
Flag flies during Cadet Day 2019 in Antigonish
It's “autumn-summer” time on the East Coast
It happened – Sept. 21 came and went, marking the official end of summer. It’s getting to be what the Sami people in Northern Sweden call tjaktjagiesse or “autumn-summer” — a cusp season that hints at dramatic changes to ...
Antigonish Farmers' Market (AFM) Online continues to grow
The newly-launched AFM Online – an ordering service offered by Antigonish Farmers’ Market (AFM) producers – is starting to take root with customers. “It is really easy,” St. F.X. student Fiona ...
Classic TV characters invading Kentville
Scooby Doo and Dino may be among the characters dogging this year’s Pumpkin People celebration. ...
JILL ELLSWORTH: Back to School
I may not have gone back to school shopping, or stuffed a backpack with new school supplies, but this September I became a student again. After checking bachelor’s degrees in English and journalism off the list and settling into my ...
Toronto Rock & Roll Revival took the sting out of missing Woodstock for Newfoundland man
By Don Nichol Special to The Telegram One of the oft-quoted paradoxes in rock history: if you can remember Woodstock, you weren’t there. Perhaps because the Toronto Rock & Roll Revival was a one-day festival with less ...
Creativity continues at Antigonish’s Arts House
“A space for people – of all ages – to come and be creative … and it’s happening.” - Beth Latwaitis ...
Strange Attractor explores ‘self’
Anne Simpson has launched another book of poetry. The Antigonish author will unveil Strange Attractor Thursday (Sept. 19) at the Red Sky Gallery on Main Street. The celebration will get underway ...
Cabot Trail Writers Festival to mark 11th year
The seeds for a nationally-acclaimed annual celebration of the written word were planted more than a decade ago in a Cape Breton living room. Described by organizers as “a three-day celebration of reading, writing and ...
AMONG FRIENDS: Creating crazy critters
Frank’s Crazy Critters are real proof that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. A bucket of rusty bolts, a worn out saw blade or an old garden rake is enough to spur Frank Parsonage’s creativity. He flinches a ...
From our archives: Photographer Robert Frank, seeker of light
Robert Frank, one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century, died Monday in Inverness, N.S. Here's a feature story from our archives, originally published in 2014, after features writer Lois Legge and photojournalist Adrien Veczan ...