FINANCIAL FOCUS: Scary investment moves to avoid
Facts about your favourite foods
Nine enterprises receive funds by Atlantic Fisheries Fund
Town of Bridgewater hires new CAO
A flourishing year for Indian Garden Farms
Refiring the kilns at Birdsall-Worthington Pottery
Career options aplenty with air force reserves
South Shore student tour showcases rural Nova Scotia opportunity
Fiore Botanica, founding partner, nominated for RBC Canadian Women ...
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Marijuana sales brisk in Atlantic region
PHOTOS: Remembrance Day ceremony at Barrington cenotaph
No funding fix: Town of Yarmouth says it will lay off fire dispatchers and outsource its own service
Snowy, cooler forecast for Maritimes?
Yarmouth RCMP investigating robbery involving a knife
Bluenose Academy teacher makes French fun for students
Find will help Town of Clark’s Harbour celebrate its 100th anniversary
It’s going to be pretty hard for anyone to top this 100th anniversary present to the Town of Clark’s Harbour. A long lost light from the Cape Sable Lighthouse that was found in an old government building on the waterfront in Saint ...
Band members honoured
The Bridgewater Fire Department Band is celebrating their 150th anniversary this year and as part of the recent concert, Armistice, held on Sunday, Nov. 4, at Bridgewater Baptist Church, 13 members of the band were invested with the Sovereign’s ...
Musings ‘Celebrating Generations’ in Shelburne on Nov. 17
The Shelburne County Arts Council is once again presenting Musings, an evening of songs, stories, theatre, dance and the visual arts, all by local artists. Musings will take place on Saturday, Nov. 17 at 7:30 p.m., at the Trinity United Church ...
Hank Middleton infuses Maritime flavour into new CD
South Shore singer-songwriter, with more than 300 original songs under his belt, Hank Middleton has just completed his third Middletunes CD with the help of family and friends. Middleton has been writing since the age of 14 and enjoys capturing ...
Lunenburg Lit’s walking tour has it all
Casting an eye at the reading list for Lunenburg Lit’s walking tour, held Sept. 28 to 29 in Lunenburg, it would appear the town was built on books. And it is a mighty compilation spanning decades. As guide and eighth-generation Lunenburger ...
Unique gift ideas abound at Shelburne Christmas Crawl
Ready to start your Christmas shopping? Shelburne’s 17th annual Historic District Christmas Crawl — set for Saturday, Nov. 24, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. — offers an array of unique gift ideas throughout various locations in ...
Shelburne receives Creative Nova Scotia award
The Town of Shelburne is the recipient of the 2018 Creative Nova Scotia Community Arts and Culture Recognition Award. The award is presented annually at the Creative Nova Scotia Awards Gala to a community that demonstrates the value it places on ...
Waitress retires after more than 30 years at the River Pub
While Rose (Rosie) Hubley was looking forward to her impending retirement after working for more than 30 years at the River Pub in Bridgewater, she admitted she would miss the interaction with her customers. “You meet a lot of interesting ...
Coming together for community well-being
Needs are being filled and assistance is being received for a project at the New Germany Elementary School and the New Germany Regional High School to support students and their families. Both schools have setup lockers and a “free ...
Firefighter memorial ladders stolen from graves at Brookside Cemetery
About 100 miniature memorial ladders that marked the graves of Bridgewater firefighters in Brookside Cemetery have gone missing. “We noticed it during Fire Prevention Week that it looked like a few of the ladders were among the ...