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
Dartmouth man charged with murder in girlfriend’s 2018 disappearance
More Barho family members to arrive today, two months after tragic fire
Nova Scotia judge ups fishermen's fine by almost $50,000, issues caution to all commercial fishers
P.E.I. man jailed for sexual assault after meeting victim through online dating website
Ottawa monastery's Buddha statue vandalized for the third time
Souvannarath’s lawyer appeals Halifax mall plotter’s life sentence
The lawyer for would-be mass murderer Lindsay Souvannarath appealed her life sentence to the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal on Tuesday. The American woman intended to kill multiple people in a mass shooting at the Halifax Shopping Centre on ...
Bay Roberts woman charged for passing fire truck on TCH
A woman from Bay Roberts was charged near the scene of an accident after she reportedly passed an emergency vehicle that already had its lights and siren activated. According to Holyrood RCMP, emergency responders were attending to a ...
Man facing impairment charges after school bus rear-ended in Digby County
A 71-year-old man is facing impairment charges after a stopped school bus was rear-ended in Digby County. At 2:30 p.m. on April 15, a bus was stopped on Hwy. 1, with its red lights flashing, as students were getting off, when a ...
Community joins together to pursue an eco-friendly solution to shoreline erosion
“My wish is to stay always like this, living quietly in a corner of nature.” – Claude Monet Tim and Anne Freeman must have imagined Monet’s idyllic wish when they fell in love with, then purchased, an eight-acre parcel of ...
P.E.I. man who made drunken bomb threat on plane receives jail time
A P.E.I. man who threatened to punch a flight attendant and said he had a bomb on a plane was sentenced Tuesday to 30 days in jail. Joseph Robert Weir appeared before Judge John Douglas in provincial court in Charlottetown for sentencing after ...
No jail time for Charlottetown grocery thief
A Charlottetown woman who said her mother used to send her out to shoplift as a child was recently given a suspended sentence for stealing a cartload of groceries. Helen Louise Richards, 62, appeared before Judge John Douglas in provincial court ...
Two of the four candidates running in District 20 Kensington-Malpeque have virtually the same name
Decision '19. KENSINGTON, P.E.I. - The race in District 20 Kensington-Malpeque has garnered international attention. And it’s not because of any of the issues in the riding but because two of the four candidates have almost ...
New Minas man pleads guilty to manslaughter in 2017 death
A Kings County man has pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the 2017 beating death of a friend. Nikolas Derrick Salsman of New Minas was originally charged with second-degree murder, but pleaded to the lesser charge in Supreme Court in Kentville on ...
Climate change steering Alberta grizzlies into conflict with humans: study
Alberta’s grizzly bears could be headed towards increased interactions and conflicts with humans as one of their staple food sources may soon be off the menu due to climate change. In a new study from the University of Calgary, published in ...
Halifax sexual assault centre puts hold on counselling cases
An overload of cases has prompted the Avalon Sexual Assault Centre to put a hold on new counselling requests. It’s the first time in the Halifax organization’s 23 years that it’s had to stop adding people to the counselling ...