RCMP investigating fatal crash in Upper Brookside
Sea Monsters in the Age of Dinosaurs being presented at Colchester ...
Beyond Boxing raises money to feed families in need this Christmas
Ski Wentworth hosts its annual swap and sale
Doctor visits Nova Scotia during epic journey to put autism in the ...
The Nutcracker bringing holiday magic to the stage in Truro
Truro veterinarian volunteering at spay/neuter clinic in Nepal
Students and teachers learn new things at MakerTech workshops in Truro
Masstown's copycat Vegas sign meant to be simply fun
Halifax man charged with first-degree murder in Triston Reece's death
Pedestrian walked into travelling vehicle, Halifax Regional Police say
Man taken into custody after barricading himself inside Dartmouth apartment
Baby snapping turtles "cold stunned" in Beaver Bank
Lunenburg County man accused of driving stolen dump truck while impaired
Transit Cape Breton introduces new bus hubs, better connections and increased frequencies
How times change. After all, it wasn’t that long ago that the Cape Breton Regional Municipality was looking at scrapping its transit service due to a lack of ridership. Now the Transit Cape Breton service is bursting at the ...
Windsor's Long Pond, where hockey began, is up for sale
The pond at the heart of Windsor’s claim to fame as the birthplace of hockey is up for grabs. Long Pond, situated on a three-hectare parcel, is being sold as part of a package that includes an adjacent 6.6-hectare lot. The College Road ...
Nova Scotia College of Nursing reports increase in nursing numbers
There are more than 300 additional nurses licensed in the province this year compared to 2018, the Nova Scotia College of Nursing reports. It reflects 260 or 2.7 per cent more registered nurses and nurse practitioners and 48 or 1.1 per cent more ...
Desmond murder-suicide inquiry adjourned until January
Answers into what led to that horrible night in Upper Big Tracadie three years ago that ended with three female family members dead at the hands of Afghan war veteran Lionel Desmond will have to wait. Again. The first day of the Desmond Inquiry ...
Family, friends of Triston Reece pack courtroom for first appearance of man accused of murder
A Halifax man accused in the shooting death of a 19-year-old man in July was in court Monday morning. Kaz Henry Cox, 40, was charged last week with first-degree murder in Triston Michael Edward Reece's July 26 death. Reese died in ...
PARADE OF LIGHTS IN PHOTOS: Tidings of coldness and joy
It was a darn cold night with a windchill that brought the temperature in downtown Halifax to about -7C but The Chronicle Herald Holiday Parade of Lights went ahead as it always does, as thousands of the young and young at heart lined the streets, ...
Cape Breton Partnership launches Victoria County housing survey
The Cape Breton Partnership and the Municipality of the County of Victoria have partnered to launch a survey to collect data on the area’s housing and rental market. The survey, focusing on both current residents and people who may be ...
Christmas parade schedule for the CBRM
The Cape Breton Regional Municipality says holiday spirit will fill the streets throughout the CBRM, with 12 parades and other related events getting underway beginning Saturday. The CBRM encourages residents to come together and celebrate the joy ...
Meaningful gifts catalogue to support regional hospital in Sydney
If you’re looking for a thoughtful gift this holiday season, the Cape Breton Regional Hospital Foundation has you covered. The Because You Care Holiday catalogue features 35 gifts that have a direct impact on hospital patients and their ...
Cape Breton University, union reach tentative deal
The potential of a strike at Cape Breton University appears to have been averted as both the university and union leaders are recommending a new three–year deal. The university and the Cape Breton University Faculty Association announced ...