Bikers fly high at Bordertown Biker Bash
Amherst asphalt plant protests gathering steam
Cape d’Or receives $292,000 for upgrades
Pugwash hosting climate change conference
Looking back at Amherst's WW1 internment Camp - Part 2
Live Bait Theatre bringing Esther Cox back to Amherst
Amherst Summer Night Market happening July 18
Warm weather finally arrives in the Malagash area
Firemen’s Bazaar coming up Aug. 10 at Advocate Fire Hall
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Author on Dennis Oland's not guilty verdict: 'Reasonable doubt trumps everything'
Man arrested for break and enter in downtown Truro
Debt-ridden Port Hawkesbury airport a possibility, says mayor
New Glasgow looking to analyze urban deer situation
Woman says she was run off road in Litchfield, RCMP say man faces charges
The Pictou Motorcycle Show gears up to raise more money for Wounded Warriors Canada
Sheen observed on water near Hibernia platform
Operators of the Hibernia platform off the coast of Newfoundland are investigating a sheen observed on the water near the oil production facility. The Hibernia Management and Development Company Ltd. (HMDC) says all platform personal are safe and ...
UPDATE: Pre-dawn fire at Charlottetown apartment building leaves 52 people without a home
A pre-dawn fire at The Harold, an apartment complex on Harley Street in Charlottetown, has displaced more than 50 residents Wednesday. Dan Sampson, director of property management for Killam Apartment REIT, said as of late Wednesday afternoon fire ...
Kansas woman pleading for help to find her dog missing in New Waterford
A U.S. woman is appealing to the public for help find her two-and-a-half-year-old chow chow dog named Lucky, who bolted while in New Waterford Monday. Janet Burke, owner of Cross B Chows Kennels in Fall River, Kansas, said her dog was in the care ...
Retiring Nova Scotia Health Authority CEO reflects on the state of health care
As she prepares to leave the position of CEO for the Nova Scotia Health Authority, Janet Knox feels things are moving in the right direction. Knox has led the health authority since it was formed in 2014 but she will retire at the end of ...
Anglicans in Nova Scotia, P.E.I. can seek same-sex marriage though ‘local option’
The Anglican archbishop of Nova Scotia and P.E.I. says those who wish to be married in a same-sex union in his diocese can do so thanks to a provision that allows bishops to authorize marriage rights at the local level. Archbishop Ron Cutler, ...
Don’t add more pot shops in Nova Scotia: psychologist
A Dalhousie University professor who is also a clinical psychologist does not think highly of the possibility that the province might allow more Nova Scotia Liquor Corp. outlets to sell cannabis. Referring to news reports that Finance Minister ...
Tick talk: Dr. Sommers speaks to Municipality of Pictou County council about Lyme Disease prevention
People are suffering from something real, and are looking for an explanation Dr. Ryan Sommers told Pictou municipal councilors on July 15. Sommers was at Monday’s council meeting to give a presentation on the province-wide ...
New Antigonish Farmers’ Market building receives huge boost
“Everyone deserves to be proud of the work that has been accomplished and we look forward to a great future..." - Casey van de Sande ...
Stressful experience prompts Truro woman to create Comfort Caddies
When she was in prison Brandy White learned how much value could be found in small things. She’s now used her knowledge to help others who find themselves in stressful situations. “I was incarcerated at the Nova Institute, and you have ...
A trillion trees - Medway forest co-op manager not scared by the ‘afforestation’ numbers in report
Mary Jane Rodger has planted 500,000 trees in her lifetime. She knows people who have planted more than a million. So when the journal ‘Science’ came out with a report July 5 about how many trees could be planted around the globe to bring ...