Somebeachsomewhere undergoes chemo
David Cassidy dies at age 67
Opioid prescriptions up across country, but daily doses dispensed down: report
With 37 years in, Truro police officer retires
Initiatives challenging, but necessary: NS Minister of Education
Quality of life improved through VON’s Adult Day Program in Truro
Truro horse and rider record Top 10 finishes at Royal Winter Fair
Londonderry dog wins ribbons just months after major knee surgery
MADD red ribbon campaign launched in Colchester
Cape Breton Post
Former Convergys call centre in Millbrook touted as replacement for RCMP communications facility
Optimism heading into the 2017 lobster season off southwestern Nova Scotia
After working with four generations of Inshore Fisheries family, Yarmouth County woman getting set to retire
Staying off the naughty list
Seaforth craftsman hones woodworking skills to fill niche
Canadians among the world’s most financially literate
Engineer develops helmet with airbag
Nemanya Petrovic’s brainstorm came after he got a smack on the head. The construction engineering officer at 14 Wing Greenwood is an avid cyclist, and one day in August went for a ride that ended in the hospital. “There were only ...
Moosehead sues Vermont brewery over use of antlered silhouette
Canada’s largest independent brewery is once again locking horns with a smaller competitor in a trademark dispute over its moose-themed names and logos. Moosehead Breweries has filed a trademark infringement lawsuit against the Hop’n ...
Wallace Quarries helping to build Canada, one block at a time
When you provide 10 above-average paying jobs in a community the size of Wallace and you’ve lived there all your life, everyone knows you, even on the days you haven’t sealed the biggest business deal of your career. So when Tom Flynn, ...
End in sight for Sable gas project
It’s the beginning of the end for the Sable project. The jack-up drilling rig, Noble Regina Allen, was quietly carried into Halifax harbour on Tuesday on the back of the heavy-load vessel Forte. The rig will soon be taken out to the Sable ...
Body Solace Studio moves to Court Street
TRURO, N.S. – There’s lots of room to stretch at Body Solace Studio’s new location. The yoga/fitness studio, which had been on Prince Street, opened at 14 Court St., suite 105, on Nov. 1. “I felt it was time for our own ...
Queens County native creates Apollo app to make Reddit mobile-friendly
LIVERPOOL, N.S. - Christian Selig spends his days working on Apollo, but the Liverpool Regional High School graduate isn’t studying Greek mythology or aeronautics. Apollo is an iOS app Selig created for Reddit - a “source for ...
Want to save for retirement? First learn how to say no
Are you ready for retirement? It’s not a new question. In fact, every time you turn on your television, it seems there’s a handful of commercials devoted to the inevitability of life after work. It is also something that, depending on ...
Debt woes growing for Atlantic Canadians
It started with a car accident. Beaver Bank, N.S. resident Angela MacKinnon-Daoust was left with the deductible to pay for the repairs and another $2,300 in bodywork needed to pass an upcoming vehicle inspection. Strapped for cash, she put it on ...
Bible Hill companies in line for funding
BIBLE HILL, N.S. Two Bible Hill companies are each receiving $50,000 in funding and business guidance through Innovacorp's Spark Innovation Challenge. Oceland Biologicals, a new agri-food company, and BioPolyOil, an agri-based technology ...
Mining Association wants access to Nova Scotia's protected areas
A campaign by the Mining Association of Nova Scotia to loosen protections on the province’s wilderness areas is getting mixed reviews. After releasing a 67-page report nine months ago on the economic consequences of blocking exploration ...