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District Governer Perry Oliver presents visitation pins to New Germany & Area Lion Mike Crouse. Contributed ...
A long, long wait - Refugee mother, four children make new home in Annapolis Royal thanks to ARCARE
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, N.S. - It’s hot in Ghana, so when Anna Amegah saw the recent snow in Annapolis Royal, she was in awe. “I was amazed. The first day I went out there and I was like ‘Wow!’ I call it amazing because we ...
Art pop-up show coming to Lunenburg
Three emerging artists are presenting their work at an art pop-up show at the Lunenburg Art Gallery the first two weekends in December. ...
LOBSTER OUTLOOK: Estimated that $1 million was raised for charity during Live Well Challenge
CAPE SABLE ISLAND, N.S. – Last season’s Live Well Challenge Take the Plunge is one for the books of the southwestern Nova Scotia lobster fishery. Josh Link goes under while taking the Live Well Challenge aboard the Cameron and ...
LOBSTER OUTLOOK: Barrington’s lobster pot tree celebrates the season and tells a story of the sea
BARRINGTON, N.S. – ‘Tis the season for the Municipality of Barrington’s Lobster Pot Christmas Tree, which will be lit for the season on Thursday, Nov. 22 at 7 p.m. on the North East Point waterfront on Cape Sable Island. (NOTE: Due ...
LOBSTER OUTLOOK: Southwestern NS fishermen asked 'Are you ready?' as focus is put on safety heading into season
Nova Scotia Fisheries Safety Association safety advisor Matthew Duffy (left) shows fisherman Robert Atwood some of the finer points of a Fox40 Throw Bag, which has 90 feet of buoyant rope, and was one of the pieces of safety gear demonstrated ...
What to do with water - Groups look at climate change, how to adapt to new storm water runoff realities
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, N.S. - Residents of southwest Nova Scotia can learn how to manage water in a changing climate thanks to a collaboration between the Clean Annapolis River Project and the Bluenose Coastal Action Foundation. The groups are working ...
‘Dream is finally coming true’: Yarmouth County Lakes and District fire department has much to celebrate
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The days of putting the fire trucks outside, to hold a fundraiser inside, to raise money to keep the fire trucks indoors, will soon be a thing of the past for the Lakes and District Fire Department. The Lake George, Yarmouth ...
Annapolis County cop earns award, accolades from law enforcement peers
BRIDGETOWN, N.S. - When Cheryl Ponee teaches fitness classes at Training for Life in Middleton, the classes are always filled to the max. “So full that people ask to be put on a waiting list,” said Sandy Murray at the new fitness ...
Island Barrington Passage Fire Department adds to their arsenal thanks to support group
BARRINGTON, N.S. – The Island Barrington Passage Fire Department (IBPFD) has a new tool in their vehicle extrication arsenal thanks to another donation from the IBPFD Support Group. “They’ve done quite a bit for the department, ...