Former Truro woman has tenth children’s book published
Truro road closures
Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition begins Tuesday
Country Rocks the Hub comes to Truro
Truro woman reflects on school life when blackboards and strappings ...
Truro author writes new children’s book about adventures with her dog
Truro Police ask for help in identifying two people
North River woman awaits life-saving double-lung transplant
Truro to host skateboarder Tony Hawk at Jackalope tourney come 2020
Halifax to Halifax: Death threats aside, Brit kayaker having ‘fantastic’ 10,000 km oceangoing trip
Snapping turtle lays eggs in sand trap at Debert Golf Club
Sutherland Steam Mill Museum bringing old steam engine to life
Staring at a gull could help save your snacks, U.K. study finds
Yarmouth man tests strength on fabled Icelandic stone
Bonavista Biennale returns for second time
BONAVISTA PENINSULA, N.L. — The historic and the contemporary are joining forces once again for the second Bonavista Biennale on the Bonavista Peninsula. With the theme of FLOE, the biennale will feature over 20 different artists and sites ...
Darth Vader balloon invades skies above England
LONDON — A huge Darth Vader mask balloon took to the skies over the western English port of Bristol on Thursday as the city’s annual balloon festival began. The Star Wars-themed balloon took part following a crowd-funding campaign that ...
U.K. aerobatic team roars into Nova Scotia
You could hear them before you could see them. The Red Arrows’ jets roared from a distance before releasing red, white and blue smoke as they approached the Halifax Stanfield International Airport on Wednesday. The U.K. Royal Air Force ...
L.M. Montgomery’s original manuscript reveals P.E.I. author's creative process
When Lucy Maud Montgomery sat down to start writing "Anne of Green Gables" in 1905, the P.E.I. author had to dip her pen in a bottle of ink every few lines, said author Carolyn Strom Collins. “She worked in odd moments and perhaps ...
New Oxford mural is made to last
15-year-old Jada Ripley hopes her artwork stands the test of time. “I hope in a few years there’s not something I’m going to look at and say, ‘why didn’t I fix that.’” What she’ll be looking at ...
N.S. pipe bands take top titles at Glengarry Highland Games
Nova Scotia’s Dartmouth & District Pipe Band and the Cape Breton University Pipe Band achieved reel greatness on the weekend, taking the top spots in their grades for all of North America at the Glengarry Highland Games in Ontario. The ...
Sappy rocks Sackville
An influx of music lovers descended upon Sackville over the New Brunswick Day weekend for the biggest happening of the summer – Sappyfest. The 14th annual indie music festival, now regarded as one of the must-attend festivals on the summer ...
Nova Scotia music community mourns storied bassist Skip Beckwith
Nova Scotia musician and instructor Skip Beckwith is being remembered this week as not only one of the greatest players the region has produced, but a devoted friend with whom so many loved to share the stage. The storied bassist and former ...
Paranormal investigators from The Other Side pay visit to Dorchester jail
If Bill Steele ever had any doubts about his Dorchester jailhouse being frequented by the spirit world, a recent paranormal investigation of his building has shaken away that skepticism. “What happened there absolutely blew my mind,” ...
Scenes from the 2019 Riverfront Jubilee
"This festival is amazing. So much community spirit," said veteran Jubilee volunteer, Shaun Bond. Bond has been volunteering with the Riverfront Jubilee for 21 years, and can't choose which year he's liked ...