Compost giveaway this week at Pictou County Solid Waste
NSCC campus in Stellarton gets Pearson VUE certification to administer tests
Stone from New York now inspiring in Pictou County
Increased patrols at Pictou construction site see charges laid
Mine employee recalls eerie silence after Westray explosion
New Glasgow woman honours Red Army brother
GREEN FILE BY MARK AND BEN CULLEN: More than a tree
OUTDOOR WORLD: Fishing in the arm of gold
Singer-songwriter Christina Martin returning to New Glasgow
Thane Dunn bringing Elvis to life at deCoste
New Perspectives - Middleton and Bridgetown students collaborate on art exhibition
Former journalist Phonse Jessome now writing crime fiction
FOODWISE: Go fresh with spring vegetables
The weather is finally changing here in the Maritimes, and seasonal vegetables are arriving at our local stores. Buying vegetables that are in season is not only a great way to save money on fresh produce, it’s usually also when it tastes the ...
Big Day in Annapolis Royal - Scores of vendors, hundreds of customers kick off opening of Farmers and Traders Market
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, NS - People got up early on Saturday in Annapolis Royal, had their breakfast, and were at opening day of the 42nd annual Farmers and Traders Market by 8 a.m. It was a busy day May 19. “The weather could not have been any ...
Digby Wharf Rat Rally gave $4.9-million boost to Nova Scotia economy in 2017
DIGBY, N.S. – An economic impact study prepared by the province shows in 2017 the Digby Wharf Rat Rally provided a boost to the provincial economy to the tune of $4.9 million. While the bulk of that benefitted Digby and southwestern Nova ...
Activities, writers announced for River John’s Read by the Sea
RIVER JOHN A celebration of Canadian literature will take place again this summer in River John. The 19th Annual Read by the Sea is scheduled for July 2-7 and will include activities for all ages. The literary festival will begin on July 2 ...
Monday Music returns to Green Hill-Alma United Church
SUBMITTED The walls of the friendly little Green Hill-Alma United Church will once again echo with music on Monday evenings as well as the joyous sounds that fill it at Sunday afternoon worship. Monday Music in Alma will begin its fourth summer ...
DeCoste Centre gets ready to celebrate the long weekend
The deCoste Performing Arts Centre has an exciting lineup and special offer to kick-start the long weekend. On Friday, May 18 songwriter, composer, and performer Annie Lou, and her band comprised of Collins, Hamilton, and Heineman will be at the ...
Good Brews - Nova Scotia’s first craft beer market a big hit at Annapolis Royal
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, NS - Nova Scotia’s first Craft Beer Farmers Market May 13 drew almost a dozen vendors on its first day – and lots of customers. A steady stream of craft beer lovers, including Premier Stephen McNeil, made their way ...
Motherhood in the fish world
This weekend we have the opportunity to celebrate the mothers in our lives. Not only have they given us life but they have also nurtured and educated us along life’s journey. While we don’t often think of maternal care in the fish ...
Port Cities headed to Glasgow Square
They were raised on the wild shores of Cape Breton and nurtured by a Grammy award-winning musician at a songwriting camp. More than three years after they formally banded together as Port Cities, musicians Carleton Stone, Breagh MacKinnon and ...
COLUMN: Exercise complements good nutrition
The warmer months are finally rolling around and many people are getting outside to enjoy the nice weather. It is safe to say that during the spring and summer most people are more physically active, participating in activities such as biking, ...