Swift advocates want old Bridgetown school chimney preserved
Vandals bust up interiors of Bridgetown’s Endless Shores Books and ...
Leslie Conrad’s daughters want justice for Lower Wolfville woman's ...
Great Canadian Dollar Store opening soon in Kingston
Cannabis history buds in St. John’s
We asked Atlantic Canadians their thoughts on legal cannabis
Number-two St. FX squeeze past number-eight Axewomen in U SPORTS rugby
Kings County water treatment plans for New Minas get provincial funding
Axemen pick up 31-9 win over Bishop’s in Homecoming matchup
Middleton businesses all creeped out for haunted shopping centre Oct. 30 at the museum
Centrelea group explores 20-year solar energy fundraiser for community hall
‘My way of saying thank you’: roast and toast for a good cause in Berwick
Afternoon of music in Kentville supports man’s medical costs
Jewish Legion remembered at Fort Edward 100 years later, Windsor preparing for centennial pavilion
It’s 1918, and Jewish recruits from across Canada and the United States are being assembled at Fort Edward in Windsor, preparing to ship out. ...
Harvest and Pumpkin People festivals fall together this year in Kentville
With two autumn festivals falling on the same day this year, Kentville has plenty to keep up with. ...
Middleton youth has plans to make his community a better place
MIDDLETON, NS - From Aug. 20 to the 26 I spent my time with a total of 15 other teens and more RCMP members than I could count from all across the country. Throughout the six days, I spent my time working, thinking, sharing ideas, and during the ...
Western Valley Shriners making a difference here at home – and beyond
BERWICK, N.S. - There’s a reason Rollie Zwicker lights up when he talks about what it means to be a Shriner. “We’re after helping the children that need the help and that’s not only a monetary thing, it’s a ...
See what Clean Annapolis River Project did this summer
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, NS - 2018 has been a busy and diverse field season for the team at Clean Annapolis River Project (CARP). The small but mighty environmental organization is currently engaged in 11 different projects that span marine, freshwater, ...
PHOTOS: Magical lure of Black Rock Fairy House Walk draws crowd
The Black Rock Trails Association hosted their Fourth Annual Fairy House Walk on the Black Rock Community Trails Sept. 15. The event encouraged both the young, and young at heart, to dress up, explore the local community trails, and - maybe - find ...
Port Lorne community gives back to retired fisherman after house fire
PORT LORNE, N.S. - One often hears story after story of bad news somewhere in the world. But every now and again, a good news story appears that reassures us that human beings are still looking out for one another. Port Lorne is a tiny village ...
The first one without him: David Coombes remembered as cornerstone of Hants County Exhibition
The first ever David Coombes Exhibition Champion Award was presented to Ron MacDonald on Sept. 16, thanking him for his many, many years of service. ...
Windsor Terry Fox Run biggest ever
A bright, sunshine-filled day greeted hundreds of children, students, adults and seniors as they walked, ran and biked in the name of cancer research ...
Kings RCMP to host 'Cram the Cruiser' food drive Oct. 5
KINGSTON – One good way to give others the gift of something to be thankful for is just around the corner. Kings District RCMP members are hosting their fourth annual Thanksgiving ‘Cram the Cruiser’ event in support of a local ...