Bible Hill woman killed in crash on College Road
Mooseheads come up short 4-2 against Phoenix
Mary-Anne Arsenault making changes work
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PRAJWALA DIXIT: Plus-sized and real
Mooseheads grind out 2-1 shootout win over Tigres
More to plastics story than just checkout bags
ROBIN SHORT: Instead of recycling, NHL should mine new coaching talent
Amherst native creates video tribute to his father
South Shore Breaker
Bridgewater helps maintain heritage properties
Nova Scotia Firefighters Federation Curling Tournament to be held in Lunenburg
Chester-based family has overcome hardship, desperation
PETER SIMPSON: Hot deals, chimney fires and mug shots
FINANCIAL FOCUS: Millennials may need to boost life insurance
Volunteerism is the heart of our community
THE MOM SCENE: When little boys grow out their hair
“Mom! That man called me a girl.” Oh, I’d heard. I’d just hoped he hadn’t. Balancing the pizza box across his arms, he slipped through the door after I opened it, tinkling the little bells overhead. He ...
RECYCLED LOVE: A win for animals
Last month was a game-changer for most animal advocates after three local puppy mill seizures. Those seizures also tipped the scales in how the public view responsible dog-breeding versus dog-harvesting. Bad breeding has been a long-fought crusade ...
Lunenburg School of the Arts introduces after school program
The Lunenburg School of the Arts (LSA) has launched its winter 2020 workshop schedule and will offer a new program for youth ages nine to 12. The 10-week after school program “Animal Kingdom: Kids and Clay” will start Jan. 15 and be ...
Shelburne’s Honey Bees bring community together with food, fellowship
Michele Whynot couldn’t have known it at the time, but a wrong turn in life turned out to be just the thing she needed to turn her life around. The Honey Bees ministry, part of the Parish of Christ Church Shelburne, was her saving ...
Bridgewater resident wants more brains donated for research
Bridgewater resident Bernice Williams knows what it’s like to lose a loved one to Alzheimer’s Disease. That’s why she created the No Brainer project to raise awareness about donating brains for research. Williams’ father ...
EAST COAST MOMMY: Creating a cozy winter home
Now that the holidays are behind us, and winter is here in full force, it’s time to embrace the coziness of the season. Creating a cozy winter home makes this time of year more enjoyable, and it’s easy with the help of the simple ...
FINANCIAL FOCUS: How to get started on an investment plan
A successful financial life is like taking a road trip: unless you know where you want to go, you're not going to get there. Just like you would plan a trip, you should map out your finances. Realize your financial dreams requires goals and a ...
South Shore’s Seaweed Tours offers fun and education
Lunenburg resident Nancy Rogers calls herself, “a talker.” She loves people in the community and enjoys interacting with those from away. That’s why she created Seaweed Tours. Before becoming a tour guide, Rogers worked at ...
New year, better resolutions
By Stephanie Gagnon, RD Every January many Canadians will vow to themselves to eat better, be more active and lose weight. By February most will have “fallen off track” and may possibly even feel like a ...
THE MOM SCENE: Mom’s mental load
I did a bad, bad thing. Something I swore I wouldn’t do again. I re-downloaded The Sims. It doesn’t sound that terrible until I fill you in on the fact that I have a long and tortured on-again/off-again relationship ...