Amherst pre-school benefits from United Way funding
Halloween saw an increase in visitors
Coats for Cumberland returns
Excellence in recycling
Baillie stepping down as Nova Scotia PC Leader
Visitation up dramatically at Fort Beausejour
Amherst Fire Department remembers fallen first responders
Business Navigators help startups cut red tape
Amherst Legion leading annual Poppy Campaign
Cape Breton Post
'Bizarre' Berwick cold case: Lyndon Fuller’s family still searching 29 years later
Warwick Mountains eyed for the gold potential
Kings North MLA John Lohr considering run for provincial PC party leadership
SAR assets lined up for lobster dumping day off southwestern Nova Scotia
Solution being sought as U.S. Customs required upgrades in Portland put Cat ferry service at risk
Effluent dump in Northumberland Strait of 'dire concern,' says P.E.I. Fisheries minister
Shelburne County coast guard member awarded for bravery after jumping into rough sea to save sailor
A Shelburne County man who risked his life during a rescue at sea has been honoured by the province with a Medal of Bravery. Leading Seaman Eric Nickerson of the Canadian Coast Guard was one of four Nova Scotians recognized for their heroic ...
Remaining residents say goodbye to William’s Harbour
WILLIAM’S HARBOUR, NL - It will be a particularly poignant moment when George Russell hits the hydro plant switch one last time. It will not only end the power supply to William’s Harbour, but usher an end to the place he has called ...
Nova Scotia Music Week 2017 Highlights
Some images from Nova Scotia Music Week 2017. ...
Canadian soldiers set to work on Cape Breton’s picturesque stone church
VICTORIA MINES – Canadian Army engineers are stepping up to save the ruined historic St. Alphonsus church in Victoria Mines from near-certain demolition as part of a major military exercise in Cape Breton. Soldiers from the 4 Engineers Support ...
Soldiers fight a slow moving battle to unearth fake IEDS
BLUE MOUNTAIN – Soldiers armed with metal detectors advance at snail’s pace down a woodland trail. Every scrap of metal they see could be a potential death trap, an improvised explosive device that has all-too-often maimed and killed ...
Disabled Yarmouth County fishing vessel towed back to shore after losing power
The three-man crew of a fishing vessel out of West Pubnico, Yarmouth County, are back on land safe and sound after their boat became disabled on the fishing grounds about 73 nautical miles southwest of Clark’s Harbour on Nov. 7. The fish ...
British-Canadian soldier walks in ancestors’ footsteps at Louisbourg
LOUISBOURG - Decked out in a green camouflage uniform and goggles, Aaron Clark looks just like any other Canadian soldier clambering out of a hulking light armoured vehicle. But when he speaks, his accent is pure British, revealing a young man from ...
Army engineers brave ‘hostile’ Cape Breton terrain to rebuild parts of Fortress Louisbourg in exercise
A force of 500 soldiers from the 4 Engineer Support Regiment is carrying out a major restoration on the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site in Cape Breton starting Monday as part of Exercise Nihilo Sapper 2017. The troops out of Gagetown ...
Judge denies Yarmouth County man release from custody in shooting case
YARMOUTH, N.S. – A 32-year-old Yarmouth County man, facing a charge of attempted murder and other firearms offences, has been denied release from custody. Nicholas Ashton Mullen, 32, of Pembroke, Yarmouth County, was arrested and taken into ...
UPDATED: Man facing attempted murder charge following shooting in Yarmouth County
YARMOUTH, N.S. – A 32-year-old Pembroke, Yarmouth County man has been arrested and is facing a charge of attempted murder and numerous other firearms charges after what RCMP say was an early morning shooting in Yarmouth ...