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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Truro students raise money for education in Ecuador
Hey there, it's me... Kathy: It’s time to take care of your feet
Cancer hasn’t slowed down Glace Bay man’s devotion to community
Road train on track to roll into Truro in 2019
Gearing up for Truro’s Coldest Night of the Year Walk
Debert genealogist publishes book on the area’s people and history
Compassion and Kindness - Community rallies around family left homeless by Jan. 10 fire
WEST DALHOUSIE - Nick and Alanna Bezanson’s house was still burning when the community started making plans to help them. “Such generosity and basic compassion,” said Debbie Stultz-Giffin. She’s one of the people helping ...
100 Meals community initiative in Yarmouth warming bellies and hearts for 100 days
YARMOUTH, N.S. – When Yarmouth Mayor Pam Mood was reading the pages of this newspaper one particular week, she took special notice of the community listings outlining different organizations that were holding meals. That particular week she ...
Community rising up to assist families affected by Pubnico Head fire
YARMOUTH COUNTY - A groundswell of donations is gaining momentum for the families affected by the horrendous fire that claimed the lives of four children in Pubnico Head in the early hours of Jan. 7. The tragedy is on the minds of many in the ...
Truro's long-standing train mural to be covered by new metal siding
TRURO, N.S. For the last decade, a long, colourful, cartoon-like train mural lined the back wall of the Truro Centre. Through the years, though, the once bright and vibrant mural has become faded, dull, cracking and is now being covered by new ...
Central Nova Women's Resource Centre welcomes new team members
TRURO, N.S. There are a couple of new faces with the Central Nova Women’s Resource Centre. Stephanie Atwood started this week as the women’s support worker and Knickolle Pitcher will soon be assuming her new position, as peer ...
Students urged to enter mining association video contest
HALIFAX - Junior high and high school students across Nova Scotia are being reminded to act fast if they plan to enter the Mining ROCKS video contest. Sponsored by the Mining Association of Nova Scotia (MANS), the contest involves the production ...
Recent cold weather causing more people to look for shelter at Truro's Hub House
TRURO, N.S. Recent cold weather has resulted in an increase of visitors using a local homeless shelter. For the last week, Hub House has found itself a little more full than usual as temperatures dipped well below freezing, bringing ...
Welcoming 2018 - Annapolis County residents ring in New Year with food, fun, best wishes
ANNAPOLIS COUNTY - Snow-covered roads and -12C temperatures didn’t stop residents in Annapolis County from dressing up warmly and heading out to the annual New Year’s Levees. For those who braved the cold, local Legions were ready for ...
Busy Bees give shelter Truro homeless shelter it’s biggest donation of the season
TRURO, N.S. A small group of people in an assisted-living home combined their efforts to raise $1,637 for the Truro Homeless Outreach Society, the biggest donation the organization received during the Christmas season. The Busy Bees of Sanford ...
Bottle drive paving way to Ottawa for Truro Sea Cadets
TRURO, N.S. A local cadets squadron is offering to clear out used bottles from the holidays in hopes of raising money for an upcoming trip. Members of the 88 Truro Royal Canadian Sea Cadets will be collecting bottles to recycle on ...