Halifax woman sets terms for death
Patrick Chan helps guide young skaters in Truro
New tick spray tested at Acadia
Students bury underwear for science in Bible Hill
Information session in Truro to clear the air on medical marijuana
Funding essential for some childcare centres
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Pita Pit donates $1,000 to Truro youth centre
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Truro Daily News
Blood donation: A little pain now, but a world of difference later
Truro man on the autism spectrum cooks up success with his mobile food truck
Preparations underway for annual book fair at Truro mall
Global Teacher Prize winner to speak at Truro Rotary Charter Night
Animal House: Saying good-bye is never easy
Bigs & littles: A vital partnership
Washrooms in the works at tidal bore viewing site
LOWER TRURO, N.S. – Construction of public washroom facilities at the popular tidal bore viewing site have begun with completion expected before June. And work on a new playground near the tourist interpretive centre on the former Palliser ...
Dog show supporting elderly canine charity unleashed in New Minas
There was a lot of puppy love at a dog show event where pets and their owners came together in support of charity. ...
Food donations go a long way to helping those in need
TRURO, N.S. – According to Feed Nova Scotia, farmers across the province donated more than 320,000 kilograms of fresh fruit and vegetables, and poultry and dairy products to the charitable organization in 2017. This marked an increase of 30 per ...
Fix-It Café designed to divert
Julian Krizsan doesn’t like to see anything go to waste. So he got involved in a project that could prevent many items from ending up in the landfill. The 17-year-old member of the Living Earth Council (LEC) has been helping organize a ...
Andre Pettipas and the Giants, Natalie Lynn begin mini-tour and will take stage in Truro
ANTIGONISH, N.S. - Get ready for some “grease coast rock n’ roll.” That’s how Andre Pettipas good-naturedly describes the music of his group, Andre Pettipas and the Giants. “When we do a live show, it is high ...
Salmon River man creates monument in honour of Humboldt Broncos crash victims
A young girl gets out of a car outside the Rath-Eastlink Community Centre and walks over to stand beside an over-sized hockey stick and puck. She pays little attention to the stick; instead, she reads an inscription on the face of the large ...
This is ag: Time to move on
Logan Miller has always had an interest in mechanics. Growing up in Truro Heights and spending time working on a nearby dairy farm, Logan was always tinkering with engines and fixing things. Naturally, he followed his heart and pursued a diploma ...
'It all started as a way to inspire the kids' Digby artist's Facebook post goes viral
Tiffany Barrett started painting the halls of Digby Elementary School three years ago. “I just started painting and I didn’t want to stop,” she said. She paints quotes in the bathrooms, teacher’s doors and murals on the ...
This is ag: Small ring with a big heart
It’s the most wonderful time of the year for Dalhousie University Faculty of Agriculture students- final projects are being polished, exams are soon-to-be written, graduation is in sight. But it’s not necessarily Convocation that students ...
Wilsons pitch in to help TAAC project
TRURO, N.S. – The Wilson family has close ties to this area’s sporting community and they want to see others enjoy opportunities that first-rate facilities can provide. The home heating service company recently made a $50,000 donation ...