THE VIEW FROM HERE: Sensational summer on the South Shore
THE MOM SCENE: The high price of nostalgia
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?: Doing what you’re told
EAST COAST MOMMY: Party planning on a budget
RECYCLED LOVE: Choose trainers carefully for pets
THE VIEW FROM HERE: Making my list of peeves and checking it twice
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?: My stupid pot
THE VIEW FROM HERE: What’s up with that?
LEGAL BRIEFS: The grey divorce: What to keep in mind when selling the ...
South Shore Breaker
Forestry for the trees - Aug. 18 fair and market in Annapolis Royal showcases woods products from food to furniture
‘Of all the lovely days’: bench at Rissers Beach dedicated to Annapolis Valley couple
Annual Cape Day excursion slated for Aug. 10
Getting ready for the Shelburne County exhibition
Windsor firefighters dethrone returning champs to bring home pumper duty race crown
The Rawdon Fire Department was hoping to pull off a three-peat at the 2019 Hants County Pumper Duty Races but had to settle for third place. ...
Founders' Day celebrates Shelburne's heritage
Shelburne's heritage was celebrated during the annual Founders' Days festival on the historic Dock Street waterfront. ...
You won’t want to miss Small Glories at Round Hill Hall July 30
Paste Magazine describes them as one of the “10 Folk Artists You Need to Know in 2019.” Chris Williams of StrongWill Productions won’t argue with that. The Small Glories have been a force in the folk scene for a couple of years ...
It's Seafest week in Yarmouth
ERIC BOURQUE TRI-COUNTY VANGUARD An activity-filled five days is on tap for this year’s Seafest in Yarmouth, with things getting underway Wednesday afternoon (July 17) with the children’s parade and mayor’s picnic in Frost ...
Row for Nannie’s Cure celebrates 10th and final year
The final dory has been rowed for a major fundraiser started in memory and honour of two Cape Sable Island grandmothers that has been in support of the Rosalin Nickerson CARE Fund. Row for Nannie’s Cure celebrated its 10th and final year on ...
Hold onto your hats!: Lieutenant Government hosts first-ever garden party in Bonavista
The wind was high, and many colourful hats went tumbling across the lawn of the Mockbeggar Plantation at the July 15 garden party hosted by the province’s Lieutenant Governor, Judy Foote. The Lieut. Gov. decided to hold the event outside of ...
Against the flow - Annapolis Royal Pride Day July 27 about marching, supporting, sharing experiences
When Annapolis Royal Pride Day gets underway at 11 a.m. July 27, the Pride Day Parade will take marchers a bit more effort than it did last year when they just had to walked down hill from the amphitheatre to the new rainbow crosswalk. This year ...
‘We are building so much more’: Shed Project aims to teach youth about woodworking, offer supportive space for boys
Our House Youth Wellness Centre is looking for help outfitting its new woodworking shop. Donations of wood, tools, and safety equipment are needed for the new project that will help youth build a strong skill set for life. The center has been ...
91-year-old shares childhood memories of living in Bug Lighthouse at entrance to Yarmouth Harbour
Close to 90 years ago, the rise and fall of the tide were an important factor for six young children who lived in Bug Light, at the end of Bunkers Island, Yarmouth County. Robert Cottreau, 91, is the sole remaining member of the family that called ...
British Motoring Festival to celebrate 10th anniversary in Windsor
King’s-Edgehill School’s historic campus will once again serve as a fitting backdrop for the showcase of upwards of 150 antique British vehicles ...