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?
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South Shore Breaker
MP Bill Casey calling on federal, provincial government to study highway near Oxford
RCMP investigates stabbing in Pictou Landing
Central Nova Conservative candidate George Canyon draws large crowd at meet and greet
Local impact of Bell scaling back on rural internet expansion remains to be seen
Lyme disease in dogs on the rise in southwestern Nova Scotia
The number of dogs testing positive for Lyme disease has taken some big jumps in past years. What’s even more alarming is the incidence of those that are dying from it. Dr. Tim O’Brien with Tri-County Veterinary Services Ltd. in Yarmouth ...
George Canyon to run for Conservatives in Central Nova
Country Music star George Canyon will be stepping in to run as the Conservative Candidate for Central Nova. The announcement was made early Wednesday morning, Aug. 21. Canyon, who grew up in Foxbrook, will fill the vacancy left by Roger MacKay ...
Chainsaw juggler to attempt new world record during HubFest
Ian Stewart was practicing axe juggling but he got sidetracked by chainsaws. He heard his chainsaw juggling record had been broken and he started training for an effort to set a new one. “I beat the old record of 88, with 94 catches ...
Investigators hope pilot will be able to explain why plane crashed into New Germany Lake
The couple who survived a Tuesday afternoon float plane crash in New Germany are lucky to be alive. That was the prevailing sentiment Wednesday in the quaint Lunenburg County community. As they topped up their gas tanks at the New Germany ...
Century old barrel making tradition lives on in Shelburne, local icon remembered
By KATHY JOHNSON TRI-COUNTY VANGUARD The Shelburne Barrel Factory is back in production and looking pretty sharp after extensive remedial and renovation work was done earlier this year by its new owners, George and Beerta Van der ...
Feds, province go halves on $394 million for affordable housing in Nova Scotia
Theresa Bushell hopes a new $394 million funding agreement for affordable housing will help ease the waiting list of people looking for a place to live. Bushell is a tenant relations co-ordinator with the Western Regional Housing Authority and was ...
Seal Island protected
By KATHY JOHNSON TRI-COUNTY VANGUARD One of southwestern Nova Scotia’s most beloved offshore islands that is steeped in local history and culture has been a beacon for mariners since 1831. Renowned as a migratory bird site, it’s now ...
RCMP seeks public’s help in finding missing Annapolis County woman
Annapolis District RCMP is asking for the public's assistance to locate 38-year-old Crystal Dawn Stevens who was last seen on the evening of Aug. 17 in Kingston. The RCMP said in a media release police and family are concerned for ...
Catalina man sentenced in assault case, attempted murder charges dropped
Tyler Hicks of Catalina was initially charged with attempted murder following an incident in Bonavista last year, but those charges were dropped, and this week he was sentenced on four remaining charges, including assault with a weapon. Police ...
Rhyno, Buchanan leave Osprey Arts Centre
Shelburne’s Osprey Arts Centre is losing two longtime staff members. ...