Emma Smit-Geraghty to speak at Truro Women & Wellness event
Do your alpaca research before bringing them home: Middle Stewiacke ...
Questions raised over lack of SANE expansion to Truro
Suspect arrested after robbery in Stewiacke
Jazz musician performing in Truro to raise funds for First United ...
Colchester County makes contribution to CMHA building campaign
Three people face charges following drug seizure in Truro
Bent steel and broken lives: why do we drive too fast?
Truro drag queen among Babes on Blades
Tantramar women helping promote peace in our homes
Nominations for Bible Hill Volunteer Awards now being accepted
This is ag: Dal AC is the choice for many Sharp siblings
Wilmot teamster Claude Berry’s final send-off an ox pull to remember
Ron Denny, 92, doesn’t need incentive to keep clearing snow from his neighbourhood fire hydrant in Corner Brook
People encouraged to register for Truro's Coldest Night walk
Habitat for Humanity receives land donation from Stellarton town council
The empty lot at 98 Poplar Street in Stellarton will soon be turned into a home for a young family. Stellarton Town council unanimously voted to donate the land to Pictou County Habitat for Humanity at last week’s town council ...
Annapolis Royal Fire’s Chase the Ace at $105,000 on Jan. 23
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, NS - Matt Smith could give away more than $105,000 when the Annapolis Royal Volunteer Fire Department’s Chase the Ace resumes Jan. 23. Smith and his crew of ARVFD members have been at it for almost a year, with the Wednesday ...
Truro women’s centre offering program on ‘Re-Defining Your Life’
The Lotus Centre is offering a program for women looking for ways to align their values and day-to-day life. Re-Defining Your Life, a program developed and facilitated by women’s support worker Stephanie Atwood, will run for six weeks, ...
A picture-perfect skate: Video of Falmouth resident skating down Grey Mountain Road turns heads
FALMOUTH, N.S. - When Hants County residents describe their driveways and roads as skating rinks, they're not joking. ...
Past Times: Pictou’s mountaineering minister
This Pictou-born Presbyterian minister was called “one of the most enthusiastic mountain climbers in Canada” and was instrumental in forming one of the first amateur mountaineering organizations in our nation. The Alpine Club of ...
‘All kinds of benefits’: Woodfire oven project aims to foster community in Wolfville
A music event for a community oven in Wolfville will aim to raise funds and spread the word about the new space residents can make use of. ...
Outpouring of supports changes lives of two lonely Cape Breton seniors
SYDNEY, N.S. — Two lonely Cape Breton seniors aren’t feeling not quite so alone anymore. Following a recent story in the Cape Breton Post where both Clyde Harvey of North Sydney and Judy James of Sydney described how they spend ...
Parrsboro pipe organ declared a historical instrument by national organization
PARRSBORO, N.S. – Installed in 1899, the pipe organ at St. George’s Anglican Church in Parrsboro was recently declared a “Historical Instrument” by the Historic Organ Committee of the Royal Canadian College of ...
Recently retired Memorial University of Newfoundland political science professor encourages people to ‘speak truth to power’
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Memorial University political science professor Stephen Tomblin retired Dec. 31 after a 34-year career, but that career — speaking out against the Meech Lake Accord, working on the Romanow Report — almost ...
Learning circles being held at Truro library to address environment and health
TRURO, N.S. The connection between environment and health will be the focus of two learning circles being held at the Truro library. Mi'kmaq teacher, singer and filmmaker Catherine Martin will talk about the Mi'kmaq calendar and its ...