Maritimers' First World War letters home : spirits remain high despite ...
ON THE 11th HOUR: when the war went quiet
Two names to be added to Sunny Brae War Memorial
Mechanical pets give memory care residents at Glen Haven Manor comfort
Remembering the Pictou Bar Lighthouse
Could a strip mine come to Westville?
What to do with water - Groups look at climate change, how to adapt to new storm water runoff realities
Just in time: Viola's Place in New Glasgow is holding hundreds of winter coats for those in need
A Pictou County man's name on an Arizona mine
Annapolis County cop earns award, accolades from law enforcement peers
FAITH FOR TODAY: We are saved
Pictou County’s Aging Well Together Coaliton holding information fair
OUR FATHER KNOWS BEST: Know The God You Serve
Last Sunday during our communion time, we were encouraged to get to know the God we serve. This one statement resonated with me and stirred my thought process. In numerous sermons I have also heard that we cannot serve two masters. Matthew 6:24 NCV ...
AT THE LIBRARY: Welcome to your public library
By Greg Hayward Moving to a new community can be difficult, and one of the biggest challenges can be just getting to know your new home. This can be even more of a challenge for newcomers to Canada who may face other barriers like learning a new ...
Emotional journey for Yarmouth resident Tracy Hatfield as he retraces family’s history with overseas visit to cemeteries and former P.O.W. camp
YARMOUTH, N.S. – It was an experience that moved Tracy Hatfield to tears. The Yarmouth resident was in Europe recently and his trip included a visit to a German cemetery where he got to see the graves of three members of his ...
'We really don’t have an explanation for that either': Ghost stories from the Admiral Digby Museum
DIGBY, N.S. – Kody Theriault was walking to the basement of the Admiral Digby Museum in June but when he got to the basement the door was locked. Strange. This particular door was never locked. “I figured someone accidentally locked ...
Tiny icon: Repairs planned for beloved Sandford drawbridge in Yarmouth County
YARMOUTH, N.S. – Funds are being used to make mechanical repairs to a beloved tiny drawbridge in Sandford, Yarmouth County, to make it operational and safe for commercial fishing vessels and the visiting public. Sandford drawbridge in ...
Lost Nova Scotia light found in New Brunswick coming home to help Town of Clark’s Harbour celebrate its 100th anniversary
CLARK'S HARBOUR, N.S. – It’s going to be pretty hard for anyone to top this 100th anniversary present to the Town of Clark’s Harbour. A long lost light from the Cape Sable Lighthouse that was found in an old government ...
Somalia refugee attending St. F.X. hopes C.A.R.E. can reunite her family in Antigonish
“There are a lot of things which happened to me in my life, but I feel they happened for a reason and they make me stronger.” - Farhiyo Salah ...
Westville church opening doors to new auditorium built by volunteers
WESTVILLE, N.S. It’s been a long time coming, but Bethel Baptist Church in Westville is finally putting the finishing touches on a new wing to their church building. “God has been very good to us and we’ve needed more space ...
FAITH FOR TODAY: To see the world differently
Many years ago, when churches began to reorganize, based on the depletion of resources affecting it and many other organizations, I heard these words; “When the watering hole shrinks, the animals look at each other differently”. Over ...
OUR FATHER KNOWS BEST: A long and winding road
I remember when my siblings and I were very young, the long and winding road trip each year to visit our relatives here on the east coast. Being from Ontario, we would count down the days when we would be packed into our family car, and head out west ...