Queens County students compete at district track and field meet
Bringing Chinese medicine to the South Shore
Spring singing at Liverpool school
Mader’s store is about to close its doors after 110 years
Boutique celebrates birthday
Clucking and clicking
Hank Snow musical play returning to the stage
‘This makes me really proud to be a South Shore girl’
CINDY DAY: The answer is blowing in the wind
CINDY DAY: Sniffing out the storms
Digby Wharf Rat Rally gave $4.9-million boost to Nova Scotia economy in 2017
CINDY DAY: When the weather takes a devilish turn
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 ...
CINDY DAY: The low down on high tide
We are surrounded by water. Cindy Day Generations of Atlantic Canadians have fished in it, played in it and admired it, but I wonder how much thought we’ve given to the moon’s influence on it? Of course, we know about the ...
Sunny sky, fast water for 2018 Barrington River Run
BARRINGTON, N.S. – There was a sunny sky and fast water for the annual Barrington River Run on May 12. More than 30 canoes and kayaks and one stand-up paddle board traversed the horseshoe shaped route from Clement’s Pond, through the ...
Promoting children’s literacy at the Liverpool library
By Eric Pottie On June 1 in Saint John, NB, the winners of the Hackmatack Book Awards will be announced. Leading up to it, authors will be travelling to schools across Atlantic Canada and sharing their stories with children. This week, I want to ...
CINDY DAY: Thanks, Mom
By now you probably know that my favourite quote is, “if it wasn’t for the weather, most Canadians wouldn’t be able to start a conversation.” Cindy Day You can put it to the test for yourself. Make a point of ...
CINDY DAY: Where were you in '72?
On Monday, I warned you of frost. On Tuesday, I mentioned that there might be a few flurries behind Friday’s cold front. Many of you reacted to that one with a chorus of: “flurries Cindy! It’s May!” Cindy Day Well ...
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 ...
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 ...
‘Another amazing festival’
LIVERPOOL – The 73rd annual Queens County Music Festival came to an end May 6 with the Festival Highlights Awards Concert at the Astor Theatre in Liverpool. “It’s hard to believe another year has come and gone, and this year has ...
CINDY DAY: Shedding some sunlight on the overnight low
Sunny spring days are lovely, but they often lead to clear spring nights and they can be very cool! Cindy Day Though many believe the coldest time of the day is in the middle of the night or some time before the sun rises, that’s not ...