Editorial: Clock’s ticking
‘Is it going to cause us problems down the road?’
Queens District RCMP advise residents to lock their vehicles
Queens County man among those arrested in cocaine, marijuana trafficking bust
Crowdfunding campaign to take man to 28 remaining lighthouses in Nova Scotia
Hard work paying off
Student opts for own business rather than part-time work
Sackville Commons thrives in first year
BubblePixie Soap Co. cleaning up on High Street
Cape Breton Post
Good clean fun coming to Caledonia
'Just a good time'
New youth group in Mersey Point encourages kids, teens to leave technology at the door
Duke of Edinburgh Program underway for Queens County
Whirlwind Weekend - 2017 Nova Scotia 4-H Pro Show hits Lawrencetown like a hurricane
Rumours Wrong: Middleton museum’s Christmas craft fair alive and well
Museum director Janice Pugsley-Slauenwhite said a Facebook Group post on the weekend may have led people to believe the museum’s event had been cancelled. “People have assumed it is us,” she said, noting that she’s been getting inquiries about it. ...
Something Scary this Way Comes - Wear 'family plot' turning heads at Upper Clements
Adam and Candace Wear have been at it since last Halloween was over, making preparations for this year’s scary event. Three years ago, the couple thought it would be fun to transform their front yard into a frightening event for the young and old and ...
Horror in Middleton - Town and museum go ‘old school’ for evening of frightening fun
The town’s programs and communications coordinator Andy Kerr talks about the Oct. 30 event at the old consolidated school a block away from town hall. “It’s going to be Old School House of Horrors,” he says, noting the play on words in reference to ...
Birth of a Village - Cornwallis Park residents celebrate 20 years as a community
Dozens of people packed the community centre where chairs and tables were set out and side tables were heavy with trays heaped with cookies, squares, sandwiches, loaves, fruit and vegetable plates, steaming crock pots, drinks -- and a birthday cake. ...
Running on little money but lots of love at TLC Animal Shelter in Digby
It’s a job that never ends. She’s committed full-time hours and even her own money to the shelter. With her retirement savings dashed, she’s stayed involved. She does it because she loves the animals, but also because she worries no one else would. ...
Happy Community Project coming to Windsor
“One of the things I’ve learned is that it’s better to start with a strong start,” Braun said. “We’re now in two other parts of Nova Scotia, Sackville and Needham, North End Halifax. On October 19th we’re launching in Windsor.” Braun said he got the ...
Pathway project at Cornwallis Park gets provincial funds
The province and Annapolis County partnered on a pathway project that runs from the main gate at the former naval base all the way to Basinview Centre where the shops are. The province chipped in with funds from its sustainable transportation grant ...
Meet Brian H. Fells, Digby’s first African Nova Scotian elementary teacher
Brian Hilary Fells began teaching grade four at the school this year – the same school where he himself studied while growing up in Digby. Now, 25 years after starting his own journey there, he’s teaching students whose parents he went to school ...
Trail clearing open to public to help and hike October 14 at Gulliver's Cove
This is why an event calling for the public’s help in clearing the main trail will happen Saturday, October 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Gulliver’s Cove, as part of Hike Nova Scotia’s Trailgate Canada 150 initiative. People of all ages are encouraged ...
Digby Care 25 raises $2,765 for TLC Animal Shelter
The group made the donation Sunday, September 24, presenting it to Dorothy Andrews and Joan Nelson, two of the shelter’s volunteers. The group was chosen September 10 after a successful presentation made by Andrews, emphasizing the ongoing cost ...