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
Keeping up with the Donats — N.S. family finds secret to being ...
Digby Wharf Rat Rally gave $4.9-million boost to Nova Scotia economy in 2017
Activities, writers announced for River John’s Read by the Sea
Monday Music returns to Green Hill-Alma United Church
DeCoste Centre gets ready to celebrate the long weekend
Motherhood in the fish world
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, ...
What was under the wallpaper? Annapolis Royal’s Painted Room revealed on May 15
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, NS – The Annapolis Heritage Society will host the official opening of its Painted Room at the Sinclair Inn Museum May 15. West Nova MP Colin Fraser will speak at the opening. He was at the museum in July of 2016 and helped ...
Fisherama coming to Trenton Park May 19
TRENTON The Pictou County Rivers Association will soon celebrate the age-old pastime that many look forward to in spring and summer – fishing – by teaching youth how to enjoy it. The 20th Annual Children’s Fisherama is coming to ...
Fabulous Fibre - Artists show off creations as kids, adults help out at Annapolis Royal event
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, NS - Céleste Thibodeau-Stacey taught Marina McBride how to knit. Ken Flett helped youngsters make dolls – complete with big button eyes and fancy costumes. Leslie McFarlane showed women at her table how to ...
Buy by the rules
Early May – finally time to get planting. But before you plant, you shop. With garden retailers preparing for the predictable spring surge in business, shoppers need to prepare themselves for the best shopping experience ever. Here are ...
In the Thick of Things - West Nova Scotia Regiment unpacks artifacts, memories at new museum exhibit
MIDDLETON, NS - Many people probably don’t know it, but the West Nova Scotia Regiment was in the thick of things during World War Two, and no reserve regiment in Canada saw more action than the Annapolis Valley-based soldiers. May 6 the ...
Riverfront Jubilee announces 2018 mainstage lineup
NEW GLASGOW Matthew Good, July Talk and Jimmy Rankin will headline this year’s Riverfront Jubilee and will be Rockin’ The River from August 3 to 5. The 23rd annual Riverfront Jubilee begins Friday night and opens with Nova Scotian ...
Free Groceries - Kingston Superstore picks up the tab for 39 customers to the tune of $2,743.89
KINGSTON, NS - It never happens to you – until it does. That’s what 39 shoppers found out May 2 when Atlantic Superstore in Kingston gave away $2,743.89 worth of groceries to people who got in line at the checkouts just after 5 ...
Pictou County Highland Dance Association hosting selection meet
Pictou County Highland Dance Association is hosting the Nova Scotia Closed Highland Dancing Championship and Provincial Selection Meet on Saturday, May 5, at the deCoste Performing Arts Centre in Pictou. Premier dancers from all over Nova Scotia, ...