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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Municipality of Argyle planning to help residents affected by dry spell
Donation made to Rally Point Retreat that helps those with PTSD
Continuing to remember Sara Corning: Yarmouth-born humanitarian still being recognized for her selfless work in serving others
A lighthouse love story: Couple discover special connection to Digby's Point Prim lighthouse
All systems a go for Shelburne County Exhibition being held Aug. 7-11
The tradition continues: South Shore Exhibition readies for 127th year
The South Shore Exhibition, or “The Big Ex”, is the largest agricultural exhibition in Nova Scotia and will be held this year from July 24 to 29 at 50 Exhibition Dr. in Bridgewater. One of the region’s flagship summertime ...
Row for Nanny’s Cure raises $8,400 for Rosalin Nickerson Care Fund
CAPE SABLE ISLAND, SHELBURNE COUNTY - While the strong winds kept dory racing to a minimum, it didn’t blow away the fun, enthusiasm and generosity at the ninth annual Row for Nanny’s Cure and Bras Across the Causeway fundraiser in North ...
Over $34,000 raised for Yarmouth Hospital Foundation at Jody Shelley Golf Fore Health
It was scene straight out of Happy Gilmore as golfers tried putting with hockey sticks during the Jody Shelley Golf Fore Health tournament at the River Hills Golf Course in Clyde River. CLYDE RIVER, N.S. – More than $34,000 was ...
Oliver family honoured, remembered during Journey Back to Birchtown 235th anniversary celebration
BIRCHTOWN, N.S. – People from across Nova Scotia made the Journey Back to Birchtown on July 14 and 15, where the 235th anniversary of the Black Loyalist landing in Shelburne County was celebrated and the late Reverend Dr. William Oliver and his ...
PHOTOS AND VIDEO: Rudders Parade of Lights puts on quite a show in harbour during Yarmouth's Seafest
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The annual Rudders Parade of Lights put on an amazing show in Yarmouth harbour the night of July 14. An event held as part of the Seafest festival, fireworks lit up the sky as decorated boats sailed the habour. See photos ...
One-man play coming to Shelburne July 15
Getting to Room Temperature addresses the complex issue of dying with dignity. ...
Building on Strengths - Lawrencetown Education Centre graduates eight at touching and intimate ceremony
LAWRENCETOWN, NS - Lawrencetown Education Centre held its school closing and graduation exercises June 26, with eight students crossing the stage to receive their diplomas in a touching and intimate ceremony. “Another great year at LEC for ...
Journey Back to Birchtown celebration July 14 & 15 at Black Loyalist Heritage Centre
BIRCHTOWN, N.S. – The 235th anniversary of the Black Loyalist landing in Shelburne County is going to be celebrated on the July 14 and 15 weekend, with the fourth annual Journey Back to Birchtown at the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre and ...
Middleton celebrates Canada Day
MIDDLETON, NS - The shady lawn in front of Macdonald Museum in Middleton was packed with young and old alike as the town and museum staff celebrated Canada Day with speeches, music, food, and lots of fun for the kids. Town of Middleton recreation ...
Making Contact in Wilmot - Ham radio operators across North America stay sharp with annual field day
WILMOT, NS - Brian DeAthe and Bill Underwood were talking to people across the continent June 23. It wasn’t with telephones, or cell phones, or satellite phones. They used old-fashioned amateur radio. The two are members of the Greenwood ...