Truro Police ask for help in identifying two people
Truro Police asking for help to identify person in gas station photos
Colchester: Adventures, bargains and a warm weekend
North River woman awaits life-saving double-lung transplant
Video: Nine-year-old Truro boy takes magic and mime to Halifax ...
Video: Rookie wins Truro blueberry pie eating contest
Truro driver Blenkhorn leads the pack on Maritime Pro Stock Tour
Woman searching for family of person who sent postcard from Truro in ...
Man killed by RCMP officer in Truro identified as Mitchell Speight
Middleton transgender student finally finds her place in a world of adversity
4-H members build benches for the community
Truro traffic controller sees dangerous situations every day
Truro Police looking for the positive
Truro artist honours wartime bomber crews with new outdoor mural
Two Colchester County trails benefit from provincial funding
Colchester County is benefiting from $55,000 in provincial funding for trail improvements in Tatamagouche and Lower Truro. The money is included part of more than $972,000 for 29 trail development projects intended to help promote healthy, active ...
Video showcases commemoration of Amherst’s First World War internment camp
The commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the closing of Amherst’s First World War One internment camp has been chronicled for future generations. ARC Social Media and Patrick Manifold have produced a 12-minute video that gives a brief ...
Valley Ex continues with lots of fun events in Lawrencetown
The 93rd Annapolis Valley Exhibition enjoyed perfect weather Aug. 13 for its second day. A little bit of rain in the morning hardly settled the dust on a day the included lots of activities in the Main Ring and across the grounds in ...
Woman searching for family of person who sent postcard from Truro in 1929
Kurstynn Abbott is hoping to pass a postcard along to family of the woman who mailed it in 1929. She bought the postcard, with an image of Inglis Street on it, a few years ago at a shop called Washed Ashore, in Wareham, N.L. “Was living in ...
Forestry for the trees - Aug. 18 fair and market in Annapolis Royal showcases woods products from food to furniture
A forestry project that puts trees and the environment first is getting ready to showcase all that the forest has to offer and highlight sustainable practices that can offer economic opportunity locally. It’s the third year for the Medway ...
Crowds line Lawrencetown's Main Street as Valley Ex parade makes its way to official opening
Hundreds lined Main Street in Lawrencetown just after supper Aug. 12 as the Annapolis Valley Exhibition Parade made its way through town to the exhibition grounds and the official opening ceremonies at the main ring. We followed the parade along ...
Regional FireFit Championships being held in Truro this weekend
Courtney Mills is one of the firefighters who will be displaying their skills this weekend, when the FireFit Eastern Atlantic Regional Championships take place this weekend. “It’s my first time taking part and I’m a little ...
Honey bees spark friendship between Costa Rican retreat and a Grand Falls-Windsor beekeeper
Friendships can form over the most unusual things. Strangers get introduced or strike up a conversation with each other. In this case, it's bees and the profession of beekeeping. It involves Maryl Clyke, a woman from Ontario, Drew ...
Making Amherst a thing of beauty
Gritty to Pretty is back and its supporters are optimistic it will be another hit. “Last year it was during the winter so the types of projects were things that could be done outdoors in winter. This year, we’re hoping to add colour ...
South Colchester High holding 40th anniversary reunion
A lot of memories will come flooding back when former classmates gather for South Colchester High’s anniversary reunion. “There are several people I haven’t seen since graduation,” said Kimberlee Sweetser, who lives just ...