Athletes celebrate their French heritage at Truro tourney
Acadian Games kick off in Truro
Colchester: A mural, healthy change, oversight and an earless cat
Ministerial oversight for Truro's emergency communications centre
A familiar face leaves Truro Raceway
Two Bible Hill village commissioners re-elected
Bible Hill mother who lost son to brain tumour hopes new registry can ...
Truro’s Ohealthy Market has a new owner
Eye-catching mural added to Tatamagouche Odd Fellows Hall
Meet the lion lady at Kings County's Oaklawn Farm Zoo
Recycled Love: Caring for pets after owners pass
This is ag: Engineering competition being offered by Dal AC to high school students
Truro chapter of Autism NS moves into new space
Time to go shopping - Annapolis Royal’s Farmers and Traders Market kicks off new season May 18
When the Annapolis Royal Farmers and Traders Market opens its door early on May 18, it will be the 43rd year for the popular event that sees dozens of vendors and hundreds of shoppers crowd into Nova Scotia’s smallest town. Manager Corinne ...
It’s you! 30 years later something clicks when Yarmouth County resident discovers identity of couple he had rescued
It had been decades since their paths had crossed. Decades since the Good Samaritan had helped the couple to safety after their vehicle had veered off the road during a heavy snowfall. Decades since they had parted ways – exchanging ...
North River family fills potholes in school driveway
Seeing large potholes in their school driveway, the Stewart family decided to go into action. Arnold and Brittany, and their sons – Kaden, who is in Grade 4, and Bryson, a Grade 1 student – recently spent an evening filling holes with ...
Dancing for mental health fills Truro Civic Square with energy at lunch time
It was loud and lively in the Civic Square during the lunch hour on Thursday, May 9. Loud at Lunch was one of the activities held to mark mental health week. Although the wind was chilly, those who showed up for the event soon warmed up as they ...
Second World War veteran returns to Parrsboro for Battle of Atlantic ceremony
PARRSBORO, N.S. – Second World War veteran Shirley (Lavers) Johnson was back in her hometown on May 5 to take part in the Battle of the Atlantic commemoration ceremony. “I was a dietician during the war. I wore the same uniforms as the ...
Ancestor of Acadian folk hero shares family roots at genealogy fair
Bruce Murray has always known his ancestor, Pierre Belliveau, even if he never had the chance to meet him. Murray would often hear stories about his five-time great-grandfather, Acadian leader Pierre Belliveau, while growing up in Springhill, ...
Heritage and creativity come together for Truro fair
Ella Rogers learned a lot about her own family while working on her heritage fair project. The Grade 5 student from Chiganois Elmentary School choose railroading in the Truro area as her subject. “I wanted to find out more about trains ...
Six years of sacrifice remembered at Battle of the Atlantic ceremony
Prevailing was the only option. “The longest, most gruelling and the most contested of the Second World War campaigns, the Battle of the Atlantic was a no-fail mission on which victory in Europe depended,” Rear Admiral Art McDonald, ...
Truro residents ponder what they want from life ‘Before I Die’
TRURO, N.S. – Riding in a hot air balloon. Visiting Greece. Cherishing every moment with loved ones. These were just three of many ‘bucket-list’ items written on a chalkboard by people in Truro Saturday, as part of a project ...
This is ag: From Canadian Forces to first-time farmer
After 21 years of serving in the Canadian Forces, Yannick Laplante decided to embrace a challenge he has always dreamed of: operating his own farm. Growing up in a suburb of Montreal, Laplante had very little experience with farming. Despite his ...