PARADISE - Their love of writing is unshakable.
PARADISE - Their love of writing is unshakable.
FORT MCMURRAY - A former Port Williams resident is on the front lines of the emergency response in Fort McMurray.
COLD LAKE, ALTA. – Watching wildfires ravage Fort McMurray on the news, Geraldine Miller anxiously waited for word that her cousin was safe.
FORT McMURRAY - A Kings County man living and working in Fort McMurray is currently safe and sound at a campground, but his fingers remained crossed as fires continue to burn around the community.
At 1 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, Natasha Anderson’s boss walked into her workplace and told her that the fire had jumped the river and was headed their way.
MIDDLETON - Middleton’s town council is mourning the loss of one of its own today. Councillor John Himmelman, 68, died suddenly at home Wednesday morning. He was a retired lieutenant colonel and former commanding officer of the West Nova Scotia Regiment.
BLOOMINGTON - A family is homeless and the fate of several cats is not known after fire destroyed a two-storey house at 2049 Bloomington Road late Monday afternoon.
HALIFAX - Former Annapolis County Spectator reporter Heather Killen’s stories on refugee sponsorship has earned her the Outstanding News Story of the Year award from Newspapers Atlantic.
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL - Annapolis Royal celebrated Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday today with a tribute by Town Crier Peter Davies who then led a small group of citizens in the singing of God Save the Queen and Happy Birthday.
What’s all the fuss about burgers?
METRO HALIFAX- Halifax's notorious Internet Black Widow was back in police custody this week.
SHELBURNE - Monday was another bad day for the Farley Mowat, Shelburne’s controversial wharf tenant.
BERWICK - A Valley-based provincial, Atlantic and national level heavyweight arm wrestling champion has his sights set on the upcoming provincial championships
MIDDLETON – Liam Walton and Andus MacKinnon paced the Middleton Monarchs boys with 27 and 20 points respectively to give the host team a 93-77 win over the Shelburne Rebels in the NSSAF Western Region Division 3 final Saturday.
MIDDLETON - It’s Wednesday night and the wheels are turning at the NSCC gym.
METRO HALIFAX - Despite smaller crowds than usual at this year's national championships, Skate Canada chief executive officer Dan Thompson said he's "pleased" with how the event turned out in Halifax.
BRIDGETOWN - Youngsters at the new P-12 school in Bridgetown will have a unique outdoor space in which to relax, learn, and just have fun when they start classes there in September 2017. It’s a natural playground.
CORNWALLIS PARK - Federal funds announced Saturday will help get a seniors gardening project in Cornwallis Park off the ground – literally.
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL - The efforts of 35 volunteers from across Annapolis County and the towns of Annapolis Royal and Middleton were recognized during a gala event held at King’s Theatre Wednesday evening.
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BEAR RIVER - The popular fairly traded organic coffee that has been long available in Annapolis Royal and at restaurants, cafés, and stores across the province will soon be served in the tiny community where it’s actually roasted.
METRO HALIFAX - The wait is over.
METRO HALIFAX - It looks like an IKEA store could be coming to Halifax.
MIDDLETON - A snowshoe marathon is taking place in Middleton to raise money to support at risk students in the Annapolis Valley.
KINGSTON - Boys and girls of Kingston are good friends to the bats of Nova Scotia. As part of Scouts’ Canada Good Turn Week, the leaders and youth members of the First Kingston Scouts built 120 bat boxes in April.
My son recently celebrated his eighth birthday, so our house has been in full party mode. We’re lucky we have so many great resources for birthday parties in the Valley.
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL - Rehearsals are well underway for the Annapolis and District Drama Group’s spring production – Agatha Christie’s stage play The Hollow -- under the direction of local thespian Simon Bonnington.
ROUND HILL - A new book of children’s stories looks at the brighter side of life.
They’re talking about Fort McMurray on the St. John’s Metrobus.
April 21, a Ottawa judge will issue a verdict that used to seem more important than it does now.
The Valley Minor Football Association has created a reputation of excellence in the Valley where everyone wants to see everyone be better, says president Rob Suffron.
It’s a fascinating system that also makes a clear point that Donald Trump might be deliberately ignoring.