Sunday, February 23, 2014

Health Minister Applauds Recent South Shore Radiothon

Recently, the Health Services Foundation on the South Shore raised tens of thousands of dollars to help purchase a new piece of medical equipment for the South Shore Regional Hospital. The province's health minister is applauding the campaign and others across the region which Leo Glavine says is becoming the "norm".

Glavine says the South Shore's annual funding drive and others across the province won't be touched during reform of the health care system.

The Valentine's Day Gift For The Heart Radiothon raised more than 103-thousand dollars for a new portable X-ray unit at the South Shore Regional Hospital in Bridgewater.

Mustangs Score Overtime Win Over Halifax

The Charlies Pizza South Shore Mustangs drew first blood against the Halifax McDonalds. Jordan Messenger scored the overtime winner as the Mustangs defeated Halifax 2-1 Saturday nightThe win gives the Mustangs a 1-0 lead in their best-of-seven playoff series. Alex Nauss also scored while Colby Muise stopped 36 shots in the win. Game two goes Sunday afternoon in Halifax

High School Hockey: Panthers, Falcons Meet For First Place

In boys high school hockey, Park View doubled up West Kings 6-3 on Saturday night. The win gives the Panthers a shot at first place overall in the Valley High School Hockey League. However, they will have to play a team that is undefeated so far in the regular season. Park View will meet the Forest Heights Falcons at 5pm Sunday evening at the Bridgewater Memorial Arena.