Families enjoy fall fun in Great Village
Dogs of all shapes and sizes competing at dog show in Bible Hill
Bearcats lose fifth straight
Grape harvest set for Sunday
Country singer ready to air her latest hit on Truro radio
Former doctor sings through sickness – and her music is coming to Truro
SPCA pilot program takes in pets of people fleeing domestic violence
Jim Flemming retires from Truro Police Service
Truro man hopes to clean up the community
Lights, camera, farming: Web series focuses on life on Annapolis Valley family farm
Organizers not expecting much sleep during annual Celtic Colours festival
Chieftains bring Celtic all-star team to Halifax, Celtic Colours
THE MOM SCENE: Confessions of a Catechist
Panasonic's Toughbook 55 a truly a modular laptop that makes hardware upgrades easy
My first introduction to the rugged laptop was years ago when a Rogers technician came by my condo to fix my internet. He was carrying a rather beat-up device that looked like it was made from solid metal. The technician told me it was a refurbished ...
VIDEO: Maestro and queen at 19: meet Wolfville’s Chantal Peng
Chantal Peng runs her finger along edges of empty pews lining a red carpet in the St. James Anglican Church. She’s quiet and unassuming as she casually saunters toward an organ in front of the stage. The 19-year-old is no stranger to ...
RECYCLED LOVE: Volunteers are the backbone of animal rescue organizations
I have dedicated today's column to all of the volunteers rooted in animal rescue. Rescues and shelters cannot survive without devoted volunteers. They are the backbone of every rescue organization’s success, and rescues cannot do the ...
Ontario woman adds voice to awareness of rare condition with Newfoundland origins
Heather Brady was shocked, after years of misdiagnosis, when a doctor told her that she has a gene mutation connected to a rare condition with origins in Newfoundland and Labrador. The Belleville, Ont., woman contacted The Telegram after seeing a ...
VIDEO: Cape Breton rapper works on music career while tattooing
A lack of work in his chosen field, a good friend’s mentorship and a love of music has led to a varied career path for Travis Lawless. He’s now an award-winning tattoo artist based in Sydney and this week, he will open for singer Aaron ...
WE Day Atlantic announces lineup for Halifax event
Canada's annual celebration of youth empowerment and community activism, WE Day, returns to Halifax's Scotiabank Centre on Wednesday, Oct. 16 with a huge lineup of performers and speakers. Thousands of students and teachers from around the ...
Three Nova Scotians among 2019 Governor General's Literary Awards finalists
Three Nova Scotians have been nominated for Governor General’s Literary Awards. Jo Treggiari, Sydney Smith and Hannah Moscovitch are among the finalists announced Wednesday by the Canada Council for the Arts. Treggiari, the co-owner of ...
Newfoundland author in running for Governor General’s Literary Awards
More accolades abound for St. John’s writer Michael Crummey. His latest work “The Innocents” has been chosen as a finalist in the fiction category for the Governor General’s Literary Awards (GGBooks). Joining Crummey ...
Ryan Cook & Sunny Acres to perform in Yarmouth Oct. 5
Blending jazz, hillbilly, folk and home-brewed Canadian ballads, Ryan Cook & Sunny Acres will perform in Yarmouth on Oct. 5 at the Red Knight. They’ll also be touring 13 other locations in the Maritimes. The show includes Ryan Cook on ...
Cabot Trail Writers Festival taking place this weekend
Music will be taking a big part in this year’s Cabot Trail Writers Festival with a lineup of some of this island’s best known performers. Singers Andrea Currie and Abby Mullendore, and the Mi’kmaw women’s drum group ...