From Barrington to Winnipeg: Sou'West 4-H Club participating in summer exchange program
Revving up for season: Clyde River Motocross Track and Trails holds first ...
Keep digging: Research project continues this summer
Barrington sea cadet gets top honours
‘Perfect place to learn Nova Scotia’s songbirds’
Nova Scotia PC leadership candidates duke out the issues during first debate in Middleton
N.S. Federation of Municipalities asks members to pursue Extended Producer Responsibility
Shelburne County youth finds 18-year-old message in a bottle on shoreline of Lower Woods Harbour
Out of ‘the stone age’ - Communities throughout West Nova to benefit from faster internet
Yarmouth businessman shares story of suspected lone star tick bite reaction
Feds announce $2-billion climate change infrastructure fund
As the threat of sea level rise and harsher weather events becomes more and more apparent, the federal government has announced a funding program ...
1,200 new seedlings
A forest destroyed by fires that plagued western Nova Scotia during the summer of 2016 is getting a boost. The UNESCO Southwest Nova Biosphere Reserve Association and its partners celebrated the upcoming June G7 Summit 2018 in the Charlevoix ...
Former residence section of Villa St. Joseph du Lac in Yarmouth being demolished
YARMOUTH, N.S. – Three years after the new Villa Saint-Joseph du Lac opened its doors to residents, part of the old long-term care facility is being torn down. The demolition, which began May 15, is being done by a New Glasgow company ...
Mader’s store is about to close its doors after 110 years
BARSS CORNER — It was the tiny metal toy cars that first drew Peter Wagner to Mader’s general store years ago. So, too, was the delicious LaHave Creamery ice cream going for five cents a scoop in the 1960s. It was a one-stop shop ...
Dozens of firefighters work to extinguish stubborn tire fire at Upper Rawdon salvage yard
UPPER RAWDON, N.S. — Firefighters from Halifax to Hantsport were called upon to battle a tire fire in Upper Rawdon May 15. ...
‘The wound was the size of your fist’
EDITOR’S NOTE: Descriptions included in this story and an image published with it may offend some readers. Chrissy Dunnington’s foster family wanted readers to see the powerful image of the pressure ulcer that led to her death. By ...
Study to explore options for Chignecto Isthmus to mitigate threats from storm surge, rising sea levels
AMHERST, N.S. – The effort to protect a vital transportation corridor along the Tantramar Marsh from rising sea levels has received a significant boost. Cumberland-Colchester MP Bill Casey was in Amherst on Monday to announce a ...
Barricades still up as reclamation work continues on land used for film set at Cape Forchu Lighthouse in Yarmouth
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The film company that recently wrapped up filming of The Lighthouse on the Leif Ericson trail at the Cape Forchu site is now busy returning the property to its former state. Greg Shay, interim CAO for the Municipality of ...
Municipal politicians converging on Yarmouth for spring workshop May 10-12
YARMOUTH, N.S. – Municipal politicians and municipal staff from across Nova Scotia are converging on Yarmouth for the Nova Scotia Federation of Municipalities – formerly the UNSM – annual spring workshop May 10-12. There are 129 ...
Halifax woman recounts Burntcoat Head rescue and encourages others not to judge those in harm’s way
Things can change in an instant. Krystal Lowe is an outdoorsy-type. She enjoys hiking and exploring her new home – Nova Scotia. ...