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
Coldbrook resident recounts frightful encounter when Dorian toppled a tree into house
Rural Cape Breton fence dispute to be resolved in city boardroom
Transportation minister hopeful ferry will make few runs, Burrill calls it 'ludicrous'
Pace of outage restoration slows in Nova Scotia
Assoun to get payment from Nova Scotia, Ottawa while settlement being negotiated
Glen Assoun, who was wrongly imprisoned for 17 years, will receive an undisclosed sum of money from the province and Ottawa this week while a settlement is being negotiated, according to Nova Scotia Justice Minister Mark Furey. Furey disclosed ...
VIDEO: Downed trees from hurricane Dorian close provincial, federal and Nature Conservancy parks and trails in Nova Scotia
Three provincial campgrounds reopened to the public Wednesday, but many more of the government’s 20 campgrounds and 110 parks remain closed for damage cleanup and assessment following hurricane Dorian. “There was a lot of ...
Falmouth homeowner wondering if tornado took out 100-plus trees during Dorian storm
Chris Sullivan and his partner, Joanne, had just finished clipping siding back onto the garage when they witnessed something they won’t soon forget. ...
Police look for person who left firearm at Lower Sackville restaurant
Police in Halifax County are trying to identify a person who left a firearm in a backpack at a restaurant. RCMP say that just before 3 p.m. on Aug. 30, a man entered a restaurant on Sackville Drive in Lower Sackville and left a short time later. ...
Multimillion-dollar Dartmouth pot trafficker knew his day would come
A Dartmouth man convicted of moving $3.5 million worth of marijuana from British Columbia to Nova Scotia made a “calculated gamble” that wound up with a judge sentencing him to 30 months behind bars. Kirk Edward Withrow, 54, ...
Impact of Dorian still being felt days after fact in some Kings County communities
The impact of post-tropical storm Dorian is still being felt in several Kings County communities several days after the fact. ...
A total of 63,369 power outages remaining across Nova Scotia Wednesday morning
On Wednesday at about 10 a.m., the Nova Scotia Power outage map showed 6,131 active outages remaining across Nova Scotia, 63,369 people affected. For Cape Breton most of the larger pockets of outages affecting 101-1,000 customers was expected to ...
Shortts Lake couple recount attempt to save man
SHORTTS LAKE, N.S. – When Julie Stewart heard a yell, she knew the two canoeists who paddled by her house were in peril. A woman on a paddleboard was pleading with a man to stay calm after his canoe capsized. He was one of two men in the ...
Legal lockout: Crane collapse keeps Halifax lawyers from offices
Talk about a legal bind. Lawyers who ply their trade near the site of a construction crane collapse in downtown Halifax have been locked out of their offices. “We’re not allowed to go back into the building,” said Brian ...
Thieves stole power restoration gear while crews slept, Nova Scotia Power says
Nova Scotia Power is asking the public to be on the lookout for anyone trying to sell equipment stolen from out-of-province power crews. Equipment was stolen from locked E. Holland and K-Line trucks that were parked at hotels in Halifax (Kearney ...