Soul’s Harbour Rescue Mission opening in Truro
Chase the Ace lottery dispute settled between aunt and nephew
‘Why do men think it's OK to buy these girls?’
Video: Zombie Walk returning to Truro in October
Accused in killing of Halifax teen denies getting tire reamer as weapon
New Glasgow man fined for bizarre break-in
Wayward Cats accepting books for October sale
Locals rally in support of Truro rape survivor
Nova Scotia women warn others of life-threatening infection by sharing personal ...
Bigs and Littles: Big Sister match changed woman’s life
Province announces $50,000 in funding for Scotia Pool
Video: Colchester 4-H receives funding for barn upgrades
This is ag: Dal AC embraces changes for school year despite recent fire
This is ag: Dal Faculty of Agriculture welcomes first PhD student
PHOTOS: 2018 Yarmouth Pride Parade
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The 2018 Yarmouth Pride Parade was held in Yarmouth on Saturday, Sept. 15. This was the second year a Pride Parade was held. A parade was introduced in Yarmouth last year. The intention of the parade is to promote ...
Never giving up on Terry Fox
SPRINGHILL, N.S. – Terry Fox’s Marathon of Hope began April 12,1980 in St. Johns, Newfoundland. Thirty-eight years later, the Marathon of Hope continues in Springhill with Bernice Fraser. “When Terry came to Springhill, myself ...
Samantha Canning shares knowledge in Veterinarians Without Borders trip to Africa
Lewisporte’s Samantha Canning found herself very far from home this summer doing work that she loves. Canning, who has a Bachelor of Agriculture in Animal Science from Dalhousie University, was in Ghana in Western Africa, from May 1 to ...
Recent Weymouth fire destroys Electric City artifacts, photographs and documents: ‘It’s a major setback but it’s not going to defeat us’
WEYMOUTH, N.S. – By their nature, fires are cruel and unforgiving. And a recent fire in Weymouth is no exception. It took only a matter of hours for the fire to not only destroy two historic buildings, but to claim with it artifacts, ...
Colchester United Way and Big Brothers Big Sisters joins forces for Back to School program
About 300 students will benefit from a backpack program as they head back to school. The United Way’s Back to School Program provides backpacks full of supplies to children in need from grades primary to 12, and for the last two years Big ...
McIver Marsh dedicated in memory of Keith McAloney
RIVER HEBERT, N.S. - The wetlands and waterfowl near Keith McAloney’s River Hebert home were like family to him. The late biologist with Ducks Unlimited Canada and the Canadian Wildlife Service was honoured Thursday when the McIver Marsh in ...
This is ag: Whale skeleton offers Dal AC unique educational tool
More than a year after a 63-foot female blue whale — the largest animal species on Earth — was sighted floating off the coast of Nova Scotia, Dalhousie University’s Gordon Price, Chris Harvey-Clark, Christopher Nelson and a team of ...
Manager pleased with success of Ex in Bible Hill
Darrelyn Hubley is thrilled with the way things went during this year’s Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition. Hubley, general manager of the NSPE complex, reported almost 20,500 visitors attended the exhibition, and with exhibitors added to the ...
Truro men swimming harbours across Nova Scotia
Swimmers will be testing themselves in harbours across Nova Scotia to help raise funds for the United Way. Among the 56 swimmers taking the plunge on Sept. 5 and 6 are Truro men Troy Bond, Dan McDougall and Matthew Hunter. Troy and Dan will swim ...
Truro church grounds serve as permanent home for former parishioners
TRURO, N.S. – It may not be widely known but St. John’s Anglican Church harbours a secret. It’s a secret that links the stately downtown Truro place of worship with a very different time in history. And Rev. Lori Ramsey is ...