Keep doing the things you love
YOGA & MEDITATION: Appreciate the art of practising
RECYCLED LOVE: Recognizing an animal advocate
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?: Giving vegan recipes a whirl
THE BOOK SHELF: Stella Bowles being the change in new book My River
THE VIEW FROM HERE: Ask not what your community can do for you
CHINESE MEDICINE FOR HEALTH: Keeping resolutions with Chinese medicine
REEL TIME: Ice fishing with a little help from my friends
THE ENDAGERED PERSPECTIVE: Old-growth essential for province’s future
South Shore Breaker
Life of Lawrencetown’s outdoorsman Roy Beals subject of museum exhibit
Happy birthday! Yarmouth resident Eva Robicheau turns 108
‘I went home and I cried.’ Geraldine Browning talks about the struggles of growing up black in Nova Scotia
Inventing the future - Annapolis Royal’s Innovation Lab a high-tech maker space for young and old alike
Are you registered? - Paradise group urges residents to sign up with 811 if they don’t have a doctor
Bag Ban: Group says communities don’t have to wait for governments to do something
Farewell event held for Yarmouth fire dispatchers
YARMOUTH, N.S. – What was it like when the telephone rang? Because it never rang just once. It rang thousands of times. And you never knew who, or what, was awaiting you on the other end of the line. “It was an adrenaline ...
Goodies to keep the wedding party going
If you’re worried about an empty dance floor at your wedding reception, why not treat your guests to wedding favours that’ll get them in a celebratory mood? Bubbly duo Give your guests a bottle of sparkling wine to open during the ...
Four good reasons to get married during the winter
The idea of getting married during the winter might sound rather bold, if not outright grim. But winter weddings actually have quite a few upsides. Here are just a few. 1. Lower costs Getting married in the wintertime will save you money. How? ...
Health Authority, government announce architects for South Shore Regional Hospital renovations
Plans to modernize South Shore Regional Hospital are moving forward. ...
Support pouring in for Shelburne County's Naming the Twins following cancer diagnosis of folk music duo member
SHELBURNE, N.S. – Support is pouring in for a GoFundMe campaign set up in the wake of devastating news that is rocking the Nova Scotia music scene and beyond. Robbie Smith, half of the harmonizing folk duo Naming the Twins, was suddenly and ...
RECYCLED LOVE: Take it one drive at a time
I had the honour of driving a foster dog to her veterinarian appointment last week. On the way to pick her up, I found myself thinking about dogs and car rides. Some dogs love going for a drive, but many dogs struggle and become very anxious. My ...
Cumberland County man's Great Canadian Snowman Challenge goes global
AMHERST, N.S. – If you want to make a snowman, or maybe even a snow sculpture, conditions have to be just right. “Sometimes I say, ‘today is a good day to make a snowman but maybe I’ll get at it tomorrow’ but ...
Annapolis Royal Fire’s Chase the Ace at $105,000 on Jan. 23
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, NS - Matt Smith could give away more than $105,000 when the Annapolis Royal Volunteer Fire Department’s Chase the Ace resumes Jan. 23. Smith and his crew of ARVFD members have been at it for almost a year, with the Wednesday ...
Call for volunteers put out in Shelburne to help with community events
SHELBURNE, N.S. – The Town of Shelburne has put out the call for volunteers to lend a helping hand in planning, organizing and executing community celebrations throughout the coming year. “Currently we are looking for people to help ...
Hike Nova Scotia planning 50 events across the province
The weather gurus say this winter will be colder and snowier than past years and Hike Nova Scotia says bring it on. Rather than hibernate until spring, the provincial group hopes people will get out on the trails, perhaps using ...