Truro Air Force vet fuming after vandals trash flagpole
Garnier must serve a minimum of 13.5 years
Truro Home Hardware Bearcats hand Sydney their first loss of season
Truro girl swims the Northumberland Strait
Hilden woman who devoted her life to helping animals dies
Investigations continue into morbid discoveries in Nova Scotia
The magic of pantomime coming to Bible Hill
Motorcyclist killed in collision south of Tatamagouche
RCMP officer guilty of texting threat to a woman
Truro's Willow Street Diner enjoys a tidy trade at new location
The Vapour Trail opens in Bible Hill and Amherst
Truro's Sushi Way taking orders for the first time in three years
Truro Women’s Clinic opens on Prince Street
SUMMER SUDS Not just taste: Unique label art, logos a big part of the Annapolis Valley craft beer industry
Grammy’s Thrift Store opens at new location in Truro
Tantramar blueberry growers expecting smaller crops this season
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Local blueberry growers may not be quite ready to thank Mother Nature for the sunny and warm temperatures she brought to the area in July – but they are certainly feeling a bit friendlier towards her than they did in ...
Shifting gears - Losing your job can be the catalyst for positive career change
Scott Ferris didn’t see it coming. After two-and-a-half years, he was let go in January from his provincial government job as director of global trade services with Innovation P.E.I. Ferris was originally hired to run Sales P.E.I., ...
OLIVER: Seek savings on scholastic spending
Whilst perusing the aisles at Staples recently, I observed a most curious sight: a child excitedly shopping for back-to-school supplies with her mother. I don’t ever recall being excited about shopping for items that are emblematic of ...
SUMMER SUDS High hopes for hops: Hamiltons Hop Yard growing the flavours that make craft beers interesting
If Joel Riley has anything to do with it, Nova Scotia craft beer is going to have great flavour. ...
Discussions and information gathering continues on Bay Ferries' proposal to sail to and from Bar Harbor instead of Portland
BAR HARBOR – Bay Ferries will be meeting with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (USCBP) representatives to discuss requirements and costs associated with potentially starting up ferry service in Bar Harbor. At Bar Harbor town ...
Bar Harbor council won't be considering second ferry service proposal
BAR HARBOR – There was virtually no discussion as Bar Harbor town council voted not to entertain a second proposal sent to it pitching an international ferry operation between the town and Nova Scotia. Town council is already considering a ...
Bible Hill Esso & store closed while changes take place
The Bible Hill Esso and Go Store are closed while new fuel pumps are added and things in the store are moved into the new building, at the back of the Pictou Road property. Once everything is moved, the old store will be demolished. It's last ...
SUMMER SUDS ‘A disadvantage in our own market’: Craft beer brewer association president says Nova Scotia brewers hit with unfair tax
"It certainly has a price impact, which is a factor for certain bars making their decision on what to buy." ...
SUMMER SUDS ‘From grain to glass’: Horton Ridge Malt and Grain Company adding local flavour to the craft beer business
“We’re like the winery of the craft brew industry because we’re the only one (producing malt) in Atlantic Canada." ...
SUMMER SUDS Crafting a new future for beer in the Annapolis Valley
Some say it’s a trend, others say it’s here to stay, but one thing is undeniable: hard data shows craft beer is boosting Nova Scotia’s economy. ...