Truro named Canada’s fourth friendliest town in Expedia report
Truro woman invites people to join her for HeartLand Tour stop
Truro man preparing to compete in major swimming events this summer
Man gets P.E.I. jail time for stealing more than 100 pairs of ...
B.C. man pedaling through Truro in support of Heart and Stroke Foundation
Major fire strikes main facility at Dalhousie Agricultural Campus in Bible Hill
Truro's First United Church named a historic place of Canada
GRANDMA SAYS: Praying for a dry harvest
Jared McIsaac is Motor City bound after Wings take him in second ...
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Demonstrations, creative ideas part of Fibre Frolic being held in Bible Hill
Truro man off to cycle Austrian Alps
Teenage sisters racing into Truro this summer
Maitland woman battling cancer hopes to take her son on a special trip
Truro doctor provides the facts on ticks and Lyme disease
Royal Ball fundraiser returning to Truro
Truro pastor moving on
TRURO, N.S. – Truro’s tattooed pastor with the brightly coloured hair is saying good-bye. Lisa Gervais had a habit of surprising congregation members. Once, she delivered a sermon in full hockey gear – to illustrate the benefits ...
Local theatre managers get trip to England for UK presenters’ conference
ANNAPOLIS COUNTY, NS - The managers of the two theatres in Annapolis County have been given a unique opportunity to discover how rural theatre presenters operate across the pond in the United Kingdom. A four-day conference the week of June 25 will ...
A summer love
For Ray Roberts of Herring Cove, Nova Scotia, time and marriage didn’t diminish a love affair with a classic Camaro. “I’ve always wanted an early (Chevy) Camaro, but they were hard to find and hard to get parts for”, ...
From Barbie Jeep racing to demolition derby Lawrencetown's Redneck Rodeo is back
LAWRENCETOWN, NS - When the gates open on the third annual Redneck Rodeo in Lawrencetown July 6, expect the best three-day show yet involving just about anything with wheels and an engine. Wrenches, ratchets, screwdrivers, and WD-40 will be the ...
Dartmouth musician reveals outlaw heart on debut album
After manning the mixing desk for dozens of records made at downtown Dartmouth’s New Scotland Yard recording studio, Thomas Stajcer takes off his audio engineer’s cap and steps up to the mic for his solo debut Will I Learn to Love Again?, ...
Kentville park to combat ‘nature deficit disorder’
The real test of the new playground will be on Saturday in Kentville, where children are invited to come play at the grand opening of Oakdene Park. There’s a serpent’s cave built into a hill with slides running down the side and a ...
Avonport woman loses more than 100 pounds, gains new outlook on life
AVONPORT, N.S. – Carolyn Walsh looks at an old four-by-six photograph depicting her at her heaviest. The image shows a woman propped in a chair, her hands folded on her lap and her body almost completely covered by a long, white dress ...
Day of Care promotes community involvement in Truro and area
TRURO, N.S. – For Terry Hearn and her 50-strong army of United Way volunteers young and old, June 16 was a day to care. Caring can mean a small child painting Hugs for Hospice inside their tent at the Truro Farmers Market, volunteers putting ...
Lower Five Islands woman graduates from NSCC at 62
TRURO, N.S. Nancy Davis has a bit of advice for both young and old: an academic education is all important and one should never stop striving to learn. “You are never too old to learn – my mother told me that,” the Lower Five ...
Postcard back in hands of Charlottetown woman who mailed it 49 years ago
All it took was a Facebook message to bring Carol Maclauchlan back to a time of peace, love and rock and roll. It was 1969, when a then 20-something Maclauchlan was on the third year of her North American adventures, having hitchhiked across ...