Truro man charged in Calgary assault
Halifax man facing charges connected with loaded handgun in Truro
Indian Brook man facing charges, including assaulting a Truro police officer
Demolition scheduled for this week for what remains of Brookfield building
Chappell to address struggles with post-partum depression during Truro Women & Wellness ...
Large crowd takes to the streets in Truro for equality and women’s ...
Nova Scotia foursome captures gold at national junior championship
Service held for girl killed in house fire
Rath-Eastlink Community Centre GM to be honoured for contribution to sport tourism
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Truro high school students among finalists for $100,000 scholarship
Food Bank welcomes proceeds from Pizza Week
Free ceilidh dance lessons being offered in Bible Hill
Truro woman becomes part of a team through Toastmasters
Free geocaching clinic to be held in Bible Hill
Old Barns man restores historic landmark
Grant helps NS SPCA provide subsidized spay/neuter program
TRURO, N.S. – A grant is helping the Nova Scotia SPCA (NS SPCA) get about 600 pets spayed and neutered this year. The NS SPCA received a $38,785 grant from PetSmart Charities of Canada to provide subsidized spay/neuter surgeries for owned ...
Chappell to address struggles with post-partum depression during Truro Women & Wellness event
TRURO, N.S. – As a first-time parent, caring for twins, Jill Chappell expected to be busy and a little tired, but she gradually began to realize there was something more going on. Last year, she was diagnosed with post-partum depression and ...
Traditional winter is coming, says Day
Want to know why we’re getting wacky weather across Atlantic Canada? You can blame the Bermuda High, says SaltWire Network’s chief meteorologist Cindy Day. A big high-pressure bubble of subtropical hot air that normally heads off ...
Standing Room Only - Gunning, Keelaghan, and Bennett pack King’s Theatre
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL - Two folk singers in a 220-seater on a cold and windy Sunday afternoon in January usually wouldn’t generate enough interest to turn the heat on and open the doors – let alone sell tickets. It’s not the ‘60s ...
Pizza and burger week fundraisers on Truro menu
TRURO, N.S. – Prepare for a burger and pizza frenzy. A variety of local restaurants are gearing up for a week of signature pizzas in January and a week of signature burgers in February. And both are being held as fundraisers, with $3 from ...
Women offer ‘Vital Relaxation’ sessions in Truro
TRURO, N.S. – Sitting on cushions in a dimly lit room, Evelyn Patriquin and Beth Amyot coax soothing sounds from quartz crystal bowls, chimes and other instruments. Leaning back into chairs, and lying on mats, the people around them close their ...
Fame for Fortune - Annapolis Royal’s much-loved Black Loyalist designated person of national historic significance
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL - Almost 150 years after her death Annapolis Royal’s most well known Black Loyalist is being recognized as a person of national historic significance in Canada. Rose Fortune joins fellow Nova Scotians Viola Desmond and Helen ...
Barrington chosen to host N.S. Lumberjack Championships in June
BARRINGTON, N.S. – Professional lumberjacks from across the Maritimes and the northeastern U.S. will be competing for top honours and prize money at the third annual Nova Scotia Lumberjack Championships, to be held in Barrington on ...
Makayla Lynn: Nova Scotia to Nashville
Makayla Lynn is on an accelerated academic path, but the rest of her life is moving along at a pretty good clip, too. The 16-year-old from Elmsdale is keen to soon wrap up high school, getting a year’s head start on her blossoming country ...
Cold weather likely did little to harm ticks
As if the wacky weather merry-goround hasn’t ticked you off enough, it appears the deep freeze/warm weather cycle has done nothing to mitigate the creepy crawly population, either. Double-digits in the minus column do little to bug ticks, ...