Halifax woman sets terms for death
Patrick Chan helps guide young skaters in Truro
New tick spray tested at Acadia
Students bury underwear for science in Bible Hill
Information session in Truro to clear the air on medical marijuana
Funding essential for some childcare centres
Glode family of Millbrook turns to the mental health system that failed ...
Pita Pit donates $1,000 to Truro youth centre
GRANDMA SAYS: Oak and ash - getting to the root of the ...
Truro Daily News
Halifax woman sets terms for death
Sydney man’s journey to raise funds for cancer patients travels through Truro
Stewiacke man honoured with provincial volunteer award
Truro woman’s knit creations going to children around the world
Bible Hill couple give back through music ministry (Includes Video)
Program helps incarcerated women stay in touch
Eskasoni teen loses more than 200 pounds
ESKASONI — An Eskasoni teenager has become a role model for others to live healthier lives after shedding more than 220 pounds in less than two years. ...
The Ride - New Witchitaw album has power to spare; launches at Union Street May 5
BERWICK, NS - When does a local band achieve national status? When they write a song like East Coast Country Side Roads – an anthem for all those rural folk with quads and pickup trucks and a cooler of beer in the back. Witchitaw just ...
Market Time in Middleton - Vendors sign on for new venue at historic Macdonald Museum grounds
MIDDLETON, NS - A new farm market is going ahead in Middleton and organizers have their fingers crossed for a bright, sunny opening on May 31. So far 22 vendors have signed on for the outdoor, fair weather market that will be held Thursdays from 4 ...
YOUR STORIES: Hockey sticks are taped with pink tape in support of the Pink Tape Campaign
TRURO, N.S. – There’s an old cliché about being in the right place at the right time. And I was fortunate to be at the Rath Eastlink Community Centre Friday, April6, when I got to meet RCMP Const. Blair Dole. We took part in ...
Truro women’s non-State torture campaign spreads around the world
TRURO, N.S. – In 1993 Jeanne Sarson and Linda MacDonald met a woman who told them her story of being tortured and trafficked by her family, family friends and strangers, setting them on a journey they are still on today. And as part of that ...
One Night Only – Alan Doyle coming to Wolfville Sept. 14
WOLFVILLE, NS – You might want to change your plans for September 14. Alan Doyle is coming to Wolfville. The Iconic Newfoundland singer-songwriter, best-selling author, actor and recent recipient of the Order of Canada will perform with his ...
Planning underway for 2018 Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition
BIBLE HILL, N.S. Despite rumours to the contrary, the Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition (NSPE) will go ahead this year. “The good news is, it’s a go,” said Darrelyn Hubley, general manager at the NSPE grounds in Bible ...
Craft beer fest coming to the RECC
TRURO, N.S. – There’s a fun event coming to Truro this month for fans of craft beer. As part of Nova Scotia Craft Beer Week 2018, ‘TAPPED Truro Craft Beer Fest’ is returning, and this year’s event is being held at the ...
Sexual abuse survivors making their voices heard in Truro
TRURO, NS When she was locked in a closet by an abusive partner, clinging to her cat for support, Liz MacKay never thought she would someday be the person helping others overcome abuse. She now works with people who’ve experienced abuse ...
Colchester Home Show offers something for everyone
TRURO, N.S. Spring is the season when people get out and think about building, or renovating, and the Colchester County Home Show will have information and inspiration they need. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the show, and it’s ...