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
New Chapter - Annapolis Royal Library gets big funds to move to The Academy
Annapolis RCMP seek help on broken windows, slashed tires cases
Native fisherman shocked to find boat gone from Digby County wharf, then burned
Energy East pipeline cancellation an ‘enormous win,’ says Ecology Action Centre in N.S.
Yarmouth waterfront landscape to change with demolition of former Domtex building underway
Investigation leads to second set of threats charges as a result of alleged social media activity
‘I was scared to death’ Halifax woman was in the same hotel as the Las Vegas shooter, still shaken as she heads home
'We’re looking at each other saying our goodbyes': Yarmouth couple's terrifying experience at Las Vegas concert
East Hants District RCMP requests public assistance to locate missing youth
In a press release, RCMP say Eagles’ bike is missing from her home as well. Mackenzie is described as a white female, 5-feet tall and 150 pounds, with dark blonde/ light brown hair and blue/green eyes. She was last seen she was wearing a navy ...
Windsor council considering displaying donated decommissioned tank in public space
Windsor Mayor Anna Allen said she had been asked by a resident, who has access via a family member in the Canadian Armed Forces, if the town would like a tank. During the Windsor town council on Sept. 26, Allen joked, saying, “I’ve never been offered ...
Charges laid after alleged threats on social media directed at Indigenous fishers
According to a Sept. 27 RCMP media release, following a month-long investigation a 36-year-old man from Clyde River, Shelburne County, is facing two counts of uttering threats and is scheduled to appear in Shelburne Provincial Court on Dec. 6. His ...
$1,000 cheques sent out as court ruling payout for privacy breach at Shelburne Roseway Hospital
On June 22, the Nova Scotia Supreme Court in Halifax ruled on a class action lawsuit, saying that Roseway Hospital had up to 40 days to pay out $1 million in total. In addition to the individual payouts to those who privacy was breach, the remainder ...
Gore firefighters looking to raise $50,000 to replace fire truck that crashed earlier this month
Kady Forand, the lone junior member of the Gore District Volunteer Fire Department, launched a Go Fund Me campaign earlier this week hoping to help the department replace their damaged truck. “Our community has always been really good with ...
Suspicious people, shots fired, assault with a weapon among top Annapolis RCMP calls
There was the burning lawnmower in the basement. A guy discovered a shed on his property that he didn’t put there – and there was stuff in it. A caller reported shots fired, and another reported an unwanted person. One person’s house was broken into ...
DFO tells southwestern N.S. lobster forum: More resources, more enforcement, more inspections to make sure rules are followed
“While there is a right to conduct an food, social and ceremonial (FSC) fishery, the buying and selling in the FSC fishery, contrary to the regulations, is unacceptable and it's a problem that has to be addressed,” DFO Assistant Deputy Minister ...
Falmouth horseman with 'infinite energy' celebrates 70th anniversary at the Hants County Exhibition
Leon Taylor sits outside the stall for his Clydesdales at the Hants County Exhibition. The Falmouth man has been showing horses for 70 years.He’ll be the first to ask, ‘what do you want to know?’ and will proceed to tell you all about the horses he’s ...
Amherst's leaders opposed to changing name of town
“It’s not something we’re looking to do,” Amherst Mayor Dr. David Kogon said following council’s Sept. 18 committee-of-the-whole meeting. “Amherst was a name given to this town many years ago and it’s our brand. That doesn’t mean we agree with some ...
Advancements made in South West Nova Scotia rural Internet projects
The groups were among 22 in the province to receive Internet access funding totaling $1.44 million. Their projects include a range of technologies and speeds and some will serve as pilots that could lead to innovative solutions that can be applied in ...