About the Past - Award-winning filmmaker takes on Port Royal ‘Cradle of ...
Father and son look to jump-start East Kings Chess Club with tournament ...
Popular Place - Lunn’s Mill brews, taproom growing in popularity
Helping hands and ugly sweaters at Middleton Regional High School
Truro man searching for his son, almost 20 years after disappearance
Igloo built in lead-up to Hantsport Winter Carnival
Basketball season heats up for Valley teams
Windsor Farmers’ Market to get second life thanks to Happy Community Project
Digby bee business about to get buzzing with new Canadian beehive patent
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Landmark East School embarks on capital campaign in preparation for future expansion
Kentville man who produced meth in apartment in North End Market building handed federal sentence
Demolition of Kentville’s F.W. Robinson building delayed to late January or early February
RCMP investigating fatal collision involving car and snow plow on Airport Stretch in Yarmouth
Hantsport man who abused small dog on video fined under Animal Protection Act
Bridge Street in Kingston reduced to one lane Jan. 17
KINGSTON - Heading to Greenwood from Kingston today? Expect delays on Bridge Street. Traffic flow on the bridge near the Village of Kingston’s Stronach Park duck pond will be reduced to one lane. The Department of Transportation and ...
Big year ahead for education in Nova Scotia: minister highlights top 4 priorities
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The province’s education minister says 2018 will be a big year for education in Nova Scotia. “There is going to be some significant transformations that happen over the course of this year and the next ...
Two suspects in alleged targeted assault and robbery in Kentville released from custody, third remains at large
Two suspects allegedly involved in a targeted assault and robbery in Kentville have been released from custody while a third remains at large. ...
Martock men sentenced for possessing drugs for the purpose of trafficking
Two Martock men have been sentenced on charges of unlawfully possessing drugs for the purpose of trafficking, one netting federal jail time. ...
Federal and provincial governments commit over $34 million each for Highway 101 twinning project
Representatives from the provincial and federal government announced new joint funding for the Highway 101 Three Mile Plains to Falmouth ...
Meteorologist Cindy Day to keep her eyes on the sky for SaltWire Network
HALIFAX, N.S. - By joining the SaltWire Network as its chief meteorologist, Cindy Day becomes one of the few weather-people on the continent working exclusively for a newspaper organization. “It was time for a change,” she says ...
Sydney lawyer warns of potential legal peril associated with offering rewards
SYDNEY — People who offer a reward for the return of beloved artifacts “no questions asked” are likely unaware that it’s actually illegal. ...
Hantsport Winter Carnival organizer frustrated after trees burned before event
Organizer of the Hantsport Winter Carnival and councillor of West Hants said the event might need to be put on hold if vandalism continues ...
Conservative MP from Alberta tours Annapolis, Kings to discuss agricultural concerns
Discussing potential impacts of proposed federal tax changes on agriculture and formulating policy were top of mind. ...
Kennetcook man facing child pornography charges following Northern California tip
A 25-year-old Kennetcook was arrested this week by the RCMP's provincial child exploitation (ICE) unit and is facing child pornography charges. ...