Two new prosecutors in NS to specialize on sexual assaults
Foul-tasting Farmers milk investigated
Chappell to address struggles with post-partum depression during Truro Women & Wellness ...
Colchester County cousins playing for gold at national junior curling championship
Starving groundhog found wandering around Bible Hill in the cold
End plastic dependence: Dalhousie professor
Studies underway on how to replace old Maritimes causeways
Rath-Eastlink Community Centre GM to be honoured for contribution to sport tourism
Truro ER doctor sanctioned for subpar treatment
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Port Hawkesbury paper mill quiet as energy prices soar
Truro property owner decides it makes sense to manage his own fair trade café
Mining association eyes Staples Brook land
Bitcoin ATMs: Local company hoping to cash in
New data shows large shale gas potential in Hants County, draws negative reaction from Ecology Action Centre
Tire-burning plan on schedule, says Lafarge
First tenant secured for Millbrook project
MILLBROOK, N.S. – An international data communications company with its headquarters in Toronto has plans to open an office in Millbrook this spring. OnX Solutions Enterprises has signed a five-year lease with the Millbrook Economic ...
Changing world of giving
It started with an incessant thirst and increasingly frequent bathroom breaks. Then, the 17-year-old high school athlete started losing weight. He grew weak. Despite his healthy, soccer player lifestyle, something was clearly wrong. His parents ...
Seeking a life line
Filing for bankruptcy is one of the most difficult financial decisions a person or couple may have to undertake in their adult life. I’ve been fortunate enough to not find myself in that circumstance. It can be a dark time, for sure, and ...
Northern Pulp: Cost questions unresolved
Two years before it’s supposed to be running, Nova Scotians don’t have an estimated cost to replace Northern Pulp’s treatment facility or what portion they, as taxpayers, will have to cover. The provincial government ...
Lafarge announces university partnership
Lafarge Canada is partnering with two universities on a $2-million study on the environmental benefits of introducing lower carbon fuels to its cement plant in Exshaw, Alta., 90 kilometres west of downtown Calgary. “Our estimates show each ...
Ask Charlie - Middleton’s Family Feed Store owner the backyard farmers’ best friend
MIDDLETON - You need a fence post? Go see Charlie Brown. A chicken coop? Charlie’s your man. Advice? Ask Charlie. His Family Feed Store on the outskirts of Middleton is one of those places you get to for some reason and you just feel like ...
Debt: the income outcome
Heading into the holiday season, my fiancée and I agreed on a strict budget when it came to gifts for one another. Maybe it’s the power of love or maybe it’s because we are a tad competitive when it comes to who can elicit the ...
High price of living
Housecats Bear and Teddy, pet rats Jasper, Tanner and Dimitri, hamsters Lola and Rover, and a guinea pig affectionately dubbed Whiney all share Evan Folland’s tiny bachelor apartment in Summerside. Her two dogs? Well, there’s just not ...
NSP charging station plan hits snag
The provincial regulator has nixed Nova Scotia Power Inc.’s plan to pass the cost of setting up a dozen electric vehicle charging stations across Nova Scotia on to ratepayers. NSPI went to the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board looking for ...
Owner mum on Halifax strip club’s demise
Khalil Nasrallah doesn’t return calls, at least not lately. Nasrallah owns Ralph’s Place, which claims to be the last stripper bar in Halifax. And that’s only temporary, because during the recent Christmas and New Year’s ...