The cost of cutting carbon
Scouting to return to Parrsboro?
March 18, 1948: Hospital committee report to citizens
Wallace hosts Cedar Atlantic Chapter regular meeting
Spring has to be just around the corner!
Oxford Historical Society working on interactive map
Community cleanup set for May 5
First aid program offered in Wentworth
Casey continuing to push for better tourism signage around closed Rainbow Bridge
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Truro man searching for his son, almost 20 years after disappearance
Lost women, assaults, thefts keep Annapolis District RCMP busy
RCMP investigating two suspicious boat fires in southwestern Nova Scotia
Shelburne County youth finds 18-year-old message in a bottle on shoreline of Lower Woods Harbour
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 ...
‘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 ...
UPDATED: Montague rugby player suffers serious head injury, placed on life support following freak accident at Summerside’s Voye tournament
A member of the Montague Vikings suffered a serious injury in Friday's play at the 22nd annual David Voye Memorial rugby tournament. ...
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 ...
Firefighters say dispatch services provided through the Yarmouth Fire Department are vital and they want to see the service saved
YARMOUTH, N.S. – Firefighters from numerous departments in the tri-counties gathered at a meeting May 9 not just to talk about how important local fire dispatch services are to them, but to talk about how vital this service is. The meeting ...
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. ...
Golden eagle rescued by crew of Cape Sable Island lobster vessel Wishful Dreams
CAPE SABLE ISLAND, N.S. – The Cape Sable Island lobster fishing boat Wishful Dreams lived up to its name for a golden eagle rescued by the crew on May 2 after being found near death floating on the fishing grounds about a mile and a half ...
West Hants rural internet speeds expected to get a boost
“It’s a series of tubes.” That’s how former United States Senator Ted Stevens, a republican from Alaska, famously described the internet in 2006. ...
Quick response by Salmon River firefighter cited in saving man from burning house
BIBLE HILL, N.S. – When Dwayne Green heard the voice on his pager mention someone being trapped in a burning building, his brain went into overdrive. “When you hear entrapment the alarms all go off, you do what you have to do,” ...