Nova Scotia man helps keep wheels spinning in Uganda
One of Springhill’s last draegermen from 1958 bump dies
Silver Cross parent Angela Reid tells Joggins why it’s important to ...
Blue Rodeo stopping in Halifax on Feb. 16
Million-dollar restoration completed at Truro’s First United Church
PHOTO GALLERY - Truro soldier honoured at Remembrance Day ceremony
Canada’s Merchant Marine honoured at Truro Legion
Truro-area man meets Back to the Future cast members
Blood donations saved the life of Fort Ellis boy
Boston Christmas Tree will make stop in Truro before it heads south
Wayward Cats joining forces with CA-R-MA
Shubenacadie woman receives national VON award
Truro man captures close up video of visiting fox
Finding love on the tennis courts: Windsor woman recalls growing up in Europe during the Second World War
WINDSOR, N.S. - Spending afternoons creating Molotov cocktails with her father, Barbara Hughes had experiences that many people couldn't fathom. ...
Emotional journey for Yarmouth resident Tracy Hatfield as he retraces family’s history with overseas visit to cemeteries and former P.O.W. camp
YARMOUTH, N.S. – It was an experience that moved Tracy Hatfield to tears. The Yarmouth resident was in Europe recently and his trip included a visit to a German cemetery where he got to see the graves of three members of his ...
Phone It Forward provides blind P.E.I. residents with refurbished smartphones
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - For Rachel Kitson, her smartphone is so much more than just a phone – it’s a lifeline. The CNIB Foundation's program lead has an eye condition called Stargardt's disease that causes central vision loss, ...
VIDEO: Retired Royal Canadian Navy member from Hants County reflects on his service
Rick Crawford lives in a cozy, quiet home by the Minas Basin with his wife, and a clear view of the water. ...
'We really don’t have an explanation for that either': Ghost stories from the Admiral Digby Museum
DIGBY, N.S. – Kody Theriault was walking to the basement of the Admiral Digby Museum in June but when he got to the basement the door was locked. Strange. This particular door was never locked. “I figured someone accidentally locked ...
97-year-old St. John’s veteran has been pinning poppies for 50 years
If you get groceries at the Howley Estates Sobeys Thursday, you’ll see 97-year-old Second World War veteran Rod Deon. This is his 50th straight year volunteering with the Royal Canadian Legion’s poppy campaign. Deon was born in 1921 ...
Tiny icon: Repairs planned for beloved Sandford drawbridge in Yarmouth County
YARMOUTH, N.S. – Funds are being used to make mechanical repairs to a beloved tiny drawbridge in Sandford, Yarmouth County, to make it operational and safe for commercial fishing vessels and the visiting public. Sandford drawbridge in ...
Bible Hill accepting applications for parks and recreation committee
Are you a Bible Hill resident with an interest in parks and recreation? The Village of Bible Hill is looking for people interested in being part of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee. The monthly time commitment is only about two ...
New members inducted into Atlantic Agricultural Hall of Fame
BIBLE HILL, N.S. Diane Daniels remembers David Coombes as a man with a lot of knowledge and skills. Coombes, who managed the Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition (NSPE), Hants County Exhibition, and Atlantic Winter Fair, died earlier this ...
RECYCLED LOVE: More than loveable, our furry friends are hard working
Dogs have rightfully earned a coveted spot in our society. They have always been adored as goofy family pets, however they have transformed to become well-respected, hard-working members of our communities. Dogs are incredibly intelligent and they ...