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
New Truro bakeshop honoured with chamber Legacy Award
Prince Street cafe offers fine brew and tasty treats
With prison behind her, Colchester woman focuses on the future
Throngs of people mark Remembrance Day in Truro
Blazing a trail for others at Truro’s Nova Scotia Music Week
Fraudsters try scam at car dealerships, end up in police vehicle instead
Meeting Obama in Halifax everything Provo 'expected and more'
Accused in Aberdeen Business Centre bomb threat appears in Pictou court
Letter lost in mail for 78 years finally reaches destination in Westville
Glace Bay light up to feature stationary parade
Cape Breton Eagles netminder to wear special logo on goalie pads for billet sister
Kevin Mandolese has a couple of reasons for looking forward to wearing his new goalie pads. For one thing, the Cape Breton Eagles goaltender is currently out of the club’s lineup with a lower-body injury he suffered last month in a game ...
VIDEO: Community watches as Mount Carmel school in New Waterford demolished
What was once the site of first days of school, graduations and sports championships has been reduced to a pile of rubble with the demolition of the former Mount Carmel school. “That’s a lot of history going. It’s too bad,” ...
Pictou County tree Boston bound
It was a festive atmosphere in Black Point, Pictou County on Nov. 13, as hundreds of people gathered in a wide ring around a 45-foot white spruce tree. This tree, on the property of Desmond Waithe and Corina Saunders, will soon be Boston ...
Ex-chief justice Joseph Kennedy named Nova Scotia's conflict-of-interest commissioner
Joseph Kennedy is staying on as Nova Scotia's conflict of interest commissioner The former chief justice of the Nova Scotia Supreme Court has been acting commissioner since July 31, 2018. The province made the appointment permanent as of ...
Man taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries after being hit by vehicle in Dartmouth
A 57-year-old man was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries after he was hit by a vehicle on Windmill Road in Dartmouth on Tuesday night. Halifax police responded to a location on the 300 block of Windmill Road in Dartmouth after ...
Schooner Sports clarifying Halifax stadium game plan
The frontman for a bid to bring a community stadium and a Canadian Football League franchise to Halifax is in town this week to clarify his case. “We’re listening and hearing concerns,” said Anthony LeBlanc, one of three ...
Key Crown witness testifies for 3rd day at Halifax murder trial
The Crown’s star witness at a Halifax murder trial was back on the stand Tuesday for his third day of testimony. Samanda Rose Ritch, 22, of Halifax and Calvin Maynard (C.J.) Sparks, 26, of Dartmouth are charged with first-degree murder and ...
CBRM firefighters ratify new contract
The CBRM’s career firefighters have voted to accept a new contract with the municipality. Jody Wrathall, president of the local 2779 chapter of the International Association of Firefighters (IAF), said members voted 84 per cent (51 for and ...
Carbon monoxide forces residents from Halifax apartment building
Halifax Regional firefighters are on the scene of a carbon monoxide leak at an apartment building on Birches Drive in Halifax. “Right now there are raised carbon monoxide levels; I don't know why or where it's coming ...
Life to change on the inside of Glace Bay woman’s home
What started with a loving grandmother accepting a new roof from a Good Samaritan has become life changing. Jeanette MacDonald of Glace Bay says she’s overwhelmed by the outpouring of kindness from the public since word spread that her home ...