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
Feds, province go halves on $394 million for affordable housing in Nova Scotia
Rhyno, Buchanan leave Osprey Arts Centre
New fundraiser will give kids chance to showcase skills while raising money for Lunenburg County YMCA
Canadian Axe Throwing Championships to be held this weekend in Liverpool
Disastrous Chester tire-chirp lands driver in jail
Annual art show raising funds for Historic Medway Head Lighthouse
Three people face 73 charges in a rash of break-ins and vehicle thefts on South Shore
Three people have been charged in a string of break-ins and vehicle thefts on the South Shore. Two men and a woman were arrested last week and face 73 charges after an investigation that involved several police forces and integrated units, Nova ...
Funding secures future of O’Regan’s Subaru pool in Bridgewater
After years of trying to stay afloat, a recent push from the public and private sectors will keep the O’Regan’s Subaru Outdoor Swimming Pool open in t ...
Lunenburg gets brighter with Paint Sea on Site
Between her sunhat, umbrellas and Lunenburg’s colourful streetscape, artist Janet Clattenburg says she was well equipped to paint through the blisteri ...
Court blocks sale of derelict HMCS Cormorant
The federal court has ruled against the sale of a former navy vessel that has been causing a major headache for the Town of Bridgewater. HMCS Cormorant, a former diving support vessel for the Canadian Forces that was decommissioned in 1997, has ...
'Layered history’ being unearthed at Fort St. Louis by archaeology team
For the third consecutive year, history is being unearthed at the Fort St. Louis national historic site in Port LaTour by archaeologists, students, volunteers and community members. “Every year we come here we learn so much more,” said ...
CBU awarded two Canada Research Chairs
Two Cape Breton University researchers have been awarded prestigious Tier 2 Canada Research Chairs by the federal government. Lachlan MacKinnon, assistant professor of history has been named a Tier 2 Canada CRC in Post-Industrial Communities and ...
Multi-source funding keeps Bridgewater’s outdoor pool afloat
After years of trying to stay afloat, a recent push from the public and private sectors will keep the O’Regan’s Subaru Outdoor Swimming Pool open in the Town of Bridgewater. A recent announcement revealed that a total of $115,000 had ...
Shelburne couple’s artistic, retail sensibilities intersect in new gallery
Most of the time they’ve been together, Diana Butler and Dennis Teakle operated separate businesses. But after moving to Shelburne, the couple joined forces professionally as well. First, they opened an antique shop, which had long been ...
Plastic Free Lunenburg looks to capitalize on provincial, federal movement
P.E.I. is the first province to officially ban plastic bags, the latest wave in a storm against single-use plastics. But it's also a movement with roots close to home as community group Plastic Free Lunenburg (PFL) continues to receive ...
The tale of the Schwalbe: feds, municipality and residents grapple with boat responsibility
Time, wind and rogues have left their marks on the Schwalbe, a derelict vessel beached in the community of Feltzen South. ...