Oct. 7, 1948: Capital Theatre front being modernized
Malagash United hosts successful pot luck supper
L.A. Animal Shelter yard sale and open house in July 7
Welcoming gateway signage coming to Aulac, Cape Jourimain, province’s other entry points
Joggins Fossil Centre celebrates 10th Anniversary as World Heritage Site on Saturday
Russell Wangersky: Of peace, calm and other elusive things
Google Doodle honours Viola Desmond on civil rights leader's birthday
Competing in a local market
Big Block Dog walk on June 26 in downtown Amherst
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Clarence Farm Services enjoying its new location
Study to explore options for Chignecto Isthmus to mitigate threats from storm surge, rising sea levels
Amherst clothing store tailors to online world
Archway Insurance receives national recognition
Cumberland County figures in Nova Scotia’s commitment to renewable energy
Wheels on the home go round and round
Bar Harbor council approves motion to consider proposal put forth by Bay Ferries for Bar Harbor to Yarmouth ferry service
BAR HARBOR – Bar Harbor town council has agreed to consider a proposal from Bay Ferries that would see ferry service between Yarmouth and Bar Harbor instead of Portland. Bay Ferries – which operated ferry service between Bar Harbor ...
The Vapour Trail opens in Bible Hill and Amherst
The Vapour Trail store that opened in Bible Hill about a month ago is already enjoying brisk trade in tobacco products, as is its counterpart in Amherst that opened a week later. Both stores sell products such as vape kits, juices and other ...
Jumpstarting your dream project
Minutes before it’s set to close, Joey Batts and Rudy’s Kickstarter campaign to scrape together the money to shoot a short documentary about Nova Scotia is sitting pretty. The two teachers from Connecticut were hoping to raise ...
Amherst food distributor adding 45,000 square-feet
AMHERST – Gordon Food Service is expanding its presence in Amherst. The company, located in the Amherst and Area Industrial Park, announced early Friday that it’s adding 45,000 square-feet of warehouse space including refrigerated and ...
Newfoundland transgender woman has learned transition comes with a cost
In the tiny community of New Harbour about an hour’s drive west of St. John’s, N.L., a 51-year-old who identified as a man for decades publicly came out six weeks ago as a woman. Meet Sarah-Dena Harnum. There are still a few ...
FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH: It ain’t easy summer livin’ if left in debt from your kid’s camp
One summertime ritual is almost upon us and - even though the school-related expenses will take a break for a couple of months - the pressure is now on for some families to find the money to pay for summer camp for one or more children. The ...
Tusket Islands and new Yarmouth harbour tours add Bluenoser experience to their sails
YARMOUTH, N.S. – Not only has a local tour business in Yarmouth County offered a new harbour tour this summer, they’re offering their guests another new experience as well – people are getting bluenosed. Tusket Islands Tours, ...
Earning to learn, learning to earn
It’s Friday night at the BMO Centre in the heart of Bedford and the Bandits are taking on the Rock in this lacrosse matchup. In her blue, red and white Bandits uniform, 17-year-old Megan Cox is confident. “We beat them last time, so ...
Relationship status: it’s complicated
Not too long ago, I wrote about marriage and planning a financial future together after the honeymoon ends. And while the advice offered at the time holds true for those headed down the aisle — and those jetting off to Niagara Falls to elope ...
More serious consideration by Bay Ferries expected to be given to possibility of Cat ferry returning to Bar Harbor
YARMOUTH, N.S. – Bay Ferries has been saying a return to Bar Harbor for ferry service between Nova Scotia and Maine is something it is has been exploring. A vote in Bar Harbor this past week will likely cause the company to further look ...