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
South Shore Breaker
CN Police Service launches grade crossing enforcement blitz
Take a listen to Songs at Sea Level
Former head of Atlantic Police Academy remembers officer killed in Fredericton
Fredericton mayor says community will heal as Brookside neighbours express shock
Vigil held near site of Fredericton shooting
Police release names of officers killed in Fredericton shooting
Four people were killed early Friday morning in a shooting in a residential area of north-end Fredericton. Two of the people who died were Fredericton police officers. A 48-year-old Fredericton man is in custody. “This is the worst moment ...
Only on P.E.I.? Concern over lack of death notices tickles Twitter
SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. - A tweet about a little slice of Prince Edward Island newspaper life seems to have struck a chord with people all over the world. In its Aug. 9 edition, the 153-year-old Journal Pioneer carried no obituaries in its ...
Town of Yarmouth proposes funding options to fire chiefs for keeping local dispatch service after no agreement reached on a municipal proposal
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The Town of Yarmouth has sent a letter to fire chiefs of the volunteer fire departments that use its dispatch service, outlining options aimed at maintaining the local dispatch service. One option involves dividing up the ...
Two police officers among four dead after Fredericton, N.B., shooting, one suspect in custody
Four people were killed in an early morning shooting Friday, Aug. 10, in a residential area of north-end Fredericton. Two of the people killed were police officers. “Of the four people killed in this morning's shootings on ...
POLL: Should pets be allowed on planes? We're split on the answer
Pigs can fly – but should they? Canadians are about evenly split on the issue of whether pets – cats, dogs and less common companion and service animals – should be allowed to accompany their owners in passenger cabins of planes, ...
Colchester County woman fined for using phone to record herself while driving
TRURO, N.S. - Police have fined a 28-year-old Colchester County woman for using a mobile phone to record herself while driving on Highway 104 Monday afternoon. At 2:30 p.m., on Aug. 6, Colchester District RCMP were patrolling the ...
Windsor council nixes moving forward with Long Pond arena project proposal
For many it was a dream, for others it was boondoggle, and in the end, it's nothing. At least for the time being. ...
More closures announced for Shelburne Roseway Hospital's emergency department during Aug. 8-12 timeframe
SHELBURNE, N.S. – Coming on the heels of previously announced numerous closures to the emergency department of the Roseway Hospital in Shelburne from Aug. 1-7, the Nova Scotia Health Authority has announced more closures over the Aug. 8-12 time ...
Michael Bull Roberts making return visit to Shelburne County to share his life experiences in the hopes of helping others
SHELBURNE COUNTY, N.S. – International speaker and award-winning author Michael Bull Roberts will be back in Shelburne County for three special engagements on Aug. 8, 9 and 12. Roberts, a former career criminal, will share his story of how ...
'The first Cadets 100 years ago would be proud' Cadets celebrate 100th anniversary in Annapolis Royal
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, N.S.- Cadets of all ages and ranks marched through the streets of Annapolis Royal on Aug. 5 in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets. Sea, Air and Army Cadets from all over Canada and the United ...