Outdoor adventure park in the works for Meadowvale
Corey Hart serenades Wolfville woman with cancer
Grand Pré family swelling with gratitude as six-month-old daughter ...
Paradise boy impresses a national darts competition
Wolfville’s Chantal Peng crowned Queen Annapolisa LXXXVII
Hundreds celebrate life of Annapolis Royal firefighter Brogan Gunn
Community mourning loss of Annapolis Royal firefighter killed in ...
A man who loves his town
Unoccupied bungalow burns in Bridgetown
WENDY ELLIOTT: All humans deserve respect
WENDY ELLIOTT: Be mindful of food and drink
ED COLEMAN: Ray Riley is pleading Hantsport's case as the Apple Blossom Festival pioneer
WENDY ELLIOTT: Climate issues have to get some respect
LANA PAYNE: The war on workers
BRIAN HODDER: An educational opportunity on equality missed
ED COLEMAN: Blossom founder: was it Burns, Palmeter or Baker?
Few people today recall that Burns, Palmeter, and Baker are names that once were synonymous with the Apple Blossom Festival. ...
WENDY ELLIOTT: Women, is it time to cross your legs?
Is a sex strike effective? Columnist Wendy Elliott weighs in on Alabama's recent abortion decision. ...
WENDY ELLIOTT: Music fest - all those golds were justified
It’s 8:39 a.m. and I’m sitting behind the cash box at the Annapolis Valley Music Festival. ...
WENDY ELLIOTT: Lip service and a wall of bureaucracy still facing Henry
Everybody makes the statement now, but I’m convinced the words are often hollow. ...
ED COLEMAN: What’s in a name? More than you might think.
To most people, Church Street is just that, a street a few miles north of Kentville that was named after a church built there in earlier times. ...
COLUMN: Quality of life matters on so many levels
It was moving to attend the vigil held in Wolfville for the victims of the mass bombings in Sri Lanka at Easter. ...
COLUMN: Seriously, don’t spoil Game of Thrones
‘OMG, I can’t believe they killed *blank*’ Well, great. Show ruined. ...
ED COLEMAN: Remembering the Elmer’s Lunch era in Kentville
Elmer Skaling purchased a small piece of land on the northwest corner of Exhibition and Cornwallis streets in 1921. ...
WENDY ELLIOTT: Christina’s world is very small
Christina Tanner is stuck on Med B. ...
WENDY ELLIOTT: Support for the worthy women of Kikima
Their names are Agnes, Beatrice, Esther or Phoebe. They raised their own children and then lost them to the Pan-African scourge of HIV/AIDS. Now these widowed Kenyan women have enabled many of their grandchildren to get to high school. Undoubtedly, ...