Two drivers, one passenger arrested in Truro
Colchester: Lifesaving, theatre, wasted space and a shy little cat
Excitement builds as rehearsals for Guys & Dolls take place in Truro: ...
Project Lifesaver brings peace of mind to Colchester County families
Fire strikes Brookfield pizza and food market
Mounties spending big on empty space: Nova Scotia MP
St. Andrews is calling
2-minute reads Part 3: Who are the people in our neighbourhood?
Greenfield artist Robb Scott feels he's made his way to the "big ...
No jail time for P.E.I. man who chased another man with kitchen knife
'There's no question, this funding is locked in' Feds commit $100 million to Boat Harbour remediation
N.S. arbitrator says employer was right to fire man for masturbating in bathroom — but only because it mortified co-workers
‘Stop the Chop’ - Extinction Rebellion on standby to halt Corbett Lake Crown forest harvest
Climate forest proposed - Annapolis County wants chance to develop new ecologically managed economic model
Driver, child passenger ‘very fortunate’ following crash near Avonport
Sydney resident new chair of N.S. Human Rights Commission
Cheryl Knockwood has been appointed by the provincial government as the new chair of the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission. Knockwood, who lives in Sydney, has spent most of her working life focused on Indigenous law and policy. She has been a ...
Man charged after Conception Bay South human remains stolen pleads not guilty
It seems police believe Lucas Dawe might have had human remains stolen from a Conception Bay South cemetery since late 2017. When the case was called in provincial court in St. John’s Wednesday, Dawe pleaded not guilty to charges of ...
P.E.I. woman escapes jail for throwing pot of hot water, pasta at victim
A P.E.I. woman who threw a pot of hot water and pasta at someone she was in an altercation with won’t be serving any jail time after getting a suspended sentence Wednesday. Shelby Ann Opoku, 21, appeared before Chief Judge Nancy Orr in ...
Plates stolen - Wilmot man faces charges after altercation with RCMP officer
A 36-year-old Wilmot man was scheduled to appear in court May 22 to face several charges after an incident May 19 that sent an RCMP officer to hospital, and saw damage to a police vehicle, pepper spray used, and a police dog called in to track a ...
Kentville man charged following break, enter and theft from Kentville Library
A Kentville man is facing charges following an investigation into a break, enter and theft from the Kentville Library. ...
Police investigate theft of $30,000 of tools in Pictou County
Police are investigating the theft of more tools valued at around $30,000. On May 13, Pictou District RCMP responded to a report of a theft of tools from a utility trailer that had been parked at a cottage lot on MacKenzie Rd in Black Point, which is ...
Missing teen from Plymouth found
UPDATE: The 14-year-old teen from Plymouth who was reported missing May 21, has been located and is safe. The RCMP would like to thank the public for their assistance and retweets on social media. ••• Pictou ...
"We didn't have a chance": Firefighters unable to save Yarmouth structure engulfed by ferocious blaze
A ferocious blaze has destroyed a building on Yarmouth’s Main Street. The fire started late in the evening on Tuesday, May 21 and burned overnight into the early hours of Wednesday, May 22. Yarmouth Fire Department Platoon Chief Hank ...
Hants County student wins gold, most innovative prize at national science fair for facial recognition technology
For people with Alzheimer’s or dementia, forgetting the name of the person they're talking to can be an embarrassing reality. ...
Town of Wolfville being transformed to Oceanside for independent comedy production
When it comes to an independent comedy production being shot in Wolfville, Karan Sidhu is a man wearing many hats. ...