Truro man touring with story of genderqueer rock and roller
Colchester County charity in need of recovery space for feral cats
The Heartland Tour is bringing fitness fun to Truro
Police seize drugs and money during search of Truro home
33-year-old Truro man charged following stabbing on Lyman Street
Hubtown Street Hockey Tournament returns to Truro with message of hope ...
Truro project collects art supplies for mental health
Second World War veteran Herb Peppard has died
Young Central Onslow woman seeks success on modelling runways
Students seek climate justice - Youth lead the charge to change habits, attitudes in fight to save the world
Making beautiful music with a piece of history
Entries being accepted for Bible Hill Canada Day Parade
Bible Hill and Fundy Discovery Site receiving beautification funds
CEC Class of ’79 gathering in Truro this summer
Hoping for help - Town, firefighters launch ‘last mile’ campaign for new Middleton community centre, fire hall
The only ‘smoke condition’ Middleton firefighters had to contend with June 15 was charcoal smoke from the chicken barbecue outside the truck bays – and that was all for a good cause. The Town of Middleton and Middleton Fire ...
Amherst shows its pride
Amherst showed its pride on June 15 – big time! Several hundred people took part in Amherst’s third Pride Parade and participated in an afternoon of events in Victoria Square to help celebrate the LGBTQ+ community. For Mason Carter, ...
Kings Arms Pub owner offers green space to Town of Kentville for use as public garden
Kentville residents, those who work in the town and visitors alike could soon have another public green space to enjoy. ...
Eat Together Day returning to Truro
Ellen Greenan would like to see people connecting through food more often. The dietitian at Truro Atlantic Superstore hopes Eat Together Day will encourage people to do just that. “When you’re with others, more effort usually goes ...
Looking back at escape attempts from Amherst's WW1 internment camp
Editor’s Note: This is the third in a series of articles leading up to the July 2 commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the closing of Amherst’s First World War internment camp on Park Street. During my research for this series of ...
'Kindness connects us all' - Annapolis Royal students aim to change the world through positivity campaign
Leanne Hudson will change the world for the good. That’s not a prediction. It’s fact. She’s already started. Her classmates at Annapolis West Education Centre know that. Sociology 12 teacher Heather Hiscock has no doubt about it. ...
Nova Scotia author documents The End of the Line
A Nova Scotia author has chronicled the history of an abandoned railway system which played a significant role in the development of the Land of Evang ...
Halifax author hopes his new book, Single Dads Are Sexy, will be a resource for newly single fathers
A Halifax single dad wants to help others through the process he’s gone through himself. ...
Dog rescue yard sale being held in Truro
Would you like to declutter and help dogs at the same time? Nova Scotia Golden Retriever and Friends Rescue is accepting donations for an upcoming yard sale. Anyone with items to donate can call 902-893-3570 or email firstname.lastname@example.org The ...
Disability Pride event being held Friday
People will be celebrating their differences as Truro’s first Disability Pride march takes place Friday afternoon. The walk will begin at the Colchester Community Workshops (CCW) and finish at the Civic Square, where local agencies ...