Yarmouth County athlete and fitness instructor Cindy Robicheau making great progress in ...
Active library, bookshops highlight Lunenburg’s history, vibrant literary community
Lunenburg Harbour needs new solution
OICKLE: Have a bit of patience
Shag Harbour UFO incident still a distinct memory for many after 51 ...
Award-winning author to speak at Vogler’s Cove
Treasure aplenty at annual Folk Art Festival
Camp Jordan improves appearance, accessibility
New leadership aims to revitalize Queens Manor
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Acadian Day celebrations to be held Aug. 15
UARB rules more consultation by province with First Nations groups is needed on Tusket dam refurbishment project
Shifting gears - Losing your job can be the catalyst for positive career change
OLIVER: Seek savings on scholastic spending
SUMMER SUDS High hopes for hops: Hamiltons Hop Yard growing the flavours that make craft beers interesting
SUMMER SUDS Not just taste: Unique label art, logos a big part of the Annapolis Valley craft beer industry
Discussions and information gathering continues on Bay Ferries' proposal to sail to and from Bar Harbor instead of Portland
SUMMER SUDS ‘From grain to glass’: Horton Ridge Malt and Grain Company adding local flavour to the craft beer business
“We’re like the winery of the craft brew industry because we’re the only one (producing malt) in Atlantic Canada." ...
SUMMER SUDS Crafting a new future for beer in the Annapolis Valley
Some say it’s a trend, others say it’s here to stay, but one thing is undeniable: hard data shows craft beer is boosting Nova Scotia’s economy. ...
Maine company making pitch to town of Bar Harbor to operate its own international ferry service from this port
BAR HARBOR, MAINE – And then there were two. A Bar Harbor company that has long thought about delving into international ferry service between Maine and Nova Scotia is hoping the town of Bar Harbor will give its proposal the same ...
Bay Ferries releases June passenger count, says looking ahead 'sales have been strong" for 2018 season
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The Cat ferry’s numbers are in for the month of June and, according to Bay Ferries, during 16 round trips the ferry carried 6,723 passengers over a three-week period from the time the season started on June 8. This ...
Bar Harbor council approves motion to consider proposal put forth by Bay Ferries for Bar Harbor to Yarmouth ferry service
BAR HARBOR – Bar Harbor town council has agreed to consider a proposal from Bay Ferries that would see ferry service between Yarmouth and Bar Harbor instead of Portland. Bay Ferries – which operated ferry service between Bar Harbor ...
Crabapple Creek celebrates five years
Melissa Eisnor admits that she can always find an occasion to host a special event at Crabapple Creek. On July 13 and 14, she has a special reason to celebrate. It’s the fifth anniversary of her charming country shop, located on the Old Barss ...
South Shore businesses still looking to hire for summer season
With the summer tourist season in full swing, tourism operators along the South Shore are still looking to fill jobs at the many resorts, hotels, inns ...
Jumpstarting your dream project
Minutes before it’s set to close, Joey Batts and Rudy’s Kickstarter campaign to scrape together the money to shoot a short documentary about Nova Scotia is sitting pretty. The two teachers from Connecticut were hoping to raise ...
Newfoundland transgender woman has learned transition comes with a cost
In the tiny community of New Harbour about an hour’s drive west of St. John’s, N.L., a 51-year-old who identified as a man for decades publicly came out six weeks ago as a woman. Meet Sarah-Dena Harnum. There are still a few ...
FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH: It ain’t easy summer livin’ if left in debt from your kid’s camp
One summertime ritual is almost upon us and - even though the school-related expenses will take a break for a couple of months - the pressure is now on for some families to find the money to pay for summer camp for one or more children. The ...