Eye-catching rocks and crystals taking centre stage at Colchester ...
Truro teens headed to national youth conference
Truro’s Great British Grub to run St. George’s Day quiz
Colchester-East Hants CMHA plans to open in new location this summer
Truro carpet plant moving operations to U.S., 240 jobs to be lost
Colchester: Youth, taxes, surprised workers and a laid-back dog
Working behind the scenes with Truro police
Cruise 4 a Cure being planned for Truro
Truro Zumba event being held to support mental health
Proposals being accepted for Colchester United Way’s Day of Caring
Donations being accepted for upcoming Colchester Book Fair
Baby shower being held for wild wee ones
Cape Breton war facility deemed heritage property
Bible Hill man receives provincial volunteer award for work with Special Olympics
ONE LAST RIDE: Firefighters and fire departments honour Digby County fire chief
Firetrucks had always been a big part of Cliff Surrett’s life. Whether it was during his more than 40 years in the fire service, which included 30 years serving as chief of the Brighton & Barton Volunteer Fire Department in Digby ...
Eggstravaganza! - Easter bunny and lots of fun in Annapolis Royal April 20
One of the most fun days of the year in Annapolis Royal is almost here and it involves about 10,000 Easter eggs, a big bunny, and hundreds of kids. Easter Eggstravaganza is back on April 20 and includes an Easter egg hunt of giant proportions, and ...
Good taste - Milford Maplefest harkens back to olden days of guides and sports
The place name Milford conjures up images of forests, lakes and streams, canoes and paddles, guides and ‘sports’ -- and good chow. More than 100 years after Andrew Bigelow Paine wrote ‘The Tent Dwellers’ about his famous ...
Bear River department sets up scenarios for live fire training in old house
Bear River firefighters had an opportunity for some unique training April 13 as they spent the morning simulating various types of fires in an old house. Then they burnt it down. The first clue that something was happening on the Clementsvale ...
Lorne Squires recognized as Ducks Unlimited N.L. Volunteer of the Year
“It’s just bred in me, I guess,” sums up Clarenville’s Lorne Squires about volunteering his time and efforts to his various endeavours, including Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC). He says his father and uncles were consummate ...
Summer closures announced for Truro women's centre
The Lotus Centre will be closed to the general public while the Girl Power Camps run during the summer. Closures will take place July 8-12, July 15-19, August 12-16 and August 19-23. We regret any inconvenience this may cause and invite you to ...
Truro Rotary Club holding 93rd annual Charter Night
Members of the Rotary Club of Truro will be recognized during a celebration Thursday evening. The Rotary Club of Truro is holding its 93rd annual Charter Night at the Best Western Glengarry on April 11. Barbara Goit will be honoured as Rotarian ...
‘She raised her kids from her bed’
At the age of 32, Annette Comeau of Digby was diagnosed with ALS. The mother of three was then given medication and told she had between two to five years to live. “Gave me pills,” says Comeau. That was 10 years ago. “She was ...
Truro woman stitches honour quilt for Wynn Park Villa
Seniors making their final journey from Wynn Park Villa can do so beneath a lovingly-stitched quilt donated by a resident’s daughter. Jane Maddin, whose 96-year-old father lives at Wynn Park, stitched the multicoloured quilt over the last ...
Big jackpot - Moschelle’s Clyde Barteaux takes $364,923 Chase the Ace winnings in Annapolis Royal
Clyde Barteaux’s daughter Olivia texted him to get 10 Chase the Ace tickets for her. He did that and bought 10 for himself – and won $364,000. Olivia and her two sisters won’t have to worry about paying off their student loans, ...