RCMP investigating robbery at Truro Heights business
Trudeau announces funding to twin highway from Sutherland's River to Antigonish
UPDATE: Charlottetown woman charged in deaths of two babies
Mary Poppins Jr. being staged in Truro
Artists in Harmony online auction now taking place
Truro's vibrant Pride parade a sign of the times
Four cadets working with Truro Police this summer
Dal AC holding Community Day July 19
Justin Trudeau makes a quick stop in Truro
Truro seen to be an accepting community by many
Spreading the greater love on Halifax streets
Great Village: Hamlet emerges as antiquing mecca
Truro Police handing out tickets to young people for good behaviour
PHOTOS AND VIDEO: Rudders Parade of Lights puts on quite a show in harbour during Yarmouth's Seafest
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The annual Rudders Parade of Lights put on an amazing show in Yarmouth harbour the night of July 14. An event held as part of the Seafest festival, fireworks lit up the sky as decorated boats sailed the habour. See photos ...
Caribou Island lighthouse will continue to stand tall thanks to a few friends
Corey Matheson can’t wait to get back to Caribou Island. It’s not so much the lure of salt water and sandy beaches near his summer home that’s on his mind while he travels to western Canada, He’s excited to see improvements ...
Fossil Cliffs forging into the future
JOGGINS, N.S. – The Joggins Fossil Centre was not a jewel sitting atop the Joggins Fossil Cliffs 300 million years ago, and it likely won’t be in 300 million years, but it will definitely be there 10 years from now. “These ...
Finding new purpose for old churches
Like many of us, I suppose, I hadn’t been inside a church on a Sunday in a long time. Yet there I was on the weekend, as sunlight filtered through the stained glass and filled the rafters of the old St. Paul’s Anglican Church in the ...
GoFundMe page raising thousands for teen battling heart failure a second time
A GoFundMe page created for a young woman battling heart failure for the second time in 17 years has reached nearly $5,000 in just four days. ...
Patients 'leap out of bed' to see horse who visits P.E.I. palliative care facility
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - It's not unusual for patients at a P.E.I. palliative care facility to look out their windows and see a familiar horse staring back at them. Billy the Norwegian Fjord horse visits the Provincial Palliative Care ...
Temporary closure at Lillian Fraser Memorial
TATAMAGOUCHE, N.S. A lack of nursing coverage has prompted a temporary closure of the emergency department at Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital in Tatamagouche. The Collaborative Emergency Centre will be closed from 8 p.m. Saturday (July 7) ...
Into the wild with search and rescue
It’s blazing hot and the horseflies are swarming. The sheep laurel moss, sticks and roots underfoot make for tough slogging. On top of that, there’s a woman screaming in the woods that her leg really hurts. Welcome to the world of ...
Joggins Fossil Centre celebrates 10th Anniversary as World Heritage Site on Saturday
JOGGINS – July 7, 2008. That is the day the name of the Joggins Fossil Cliffs was officially inscribed upon the World Heritage List, making it a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Saturday, July 7, 2018. That’s the day Joggins Fossil Festival ...
Redcliff Middle School principal retiring after 44 years in education
After 44 years as an educator, Alan Kennedy has decided it’s time for a change. Kennedy taught at Cobequid Educational Centre and Truro Junior High, and has been principal at Redcliff Middle School since it opened in 1997. I love my job, ...