Monday 25 July 2016

Hinchinbrook hits prime time

A therapeutic riding centre in Blockhouse is the subject of an hour-long documentary to be aired next spring on the...

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Monday 25 July 2016

Two councillors vie for Mahone Bay mayor’s seat

When Joe Feeney ran for mayor of Mahone Bay in 1988, he had four homemade signs and a lot of...

Monday 25 July 2016

Seahawks players make football history in Quebec

A trio of South Shore Seahawks players made Nova Scotia football history this month.

Logan Taylor of Lunenburg, John Fisher from...

Monday 25 July 2016

Dump fire in Queens

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Sunday 24 July 2016

Young artists open exhibit at LaHave Bakery

Four artists and friends from LaHave are showcasing their work together for the first time.

Located in the White Room Gallery...

Sunday 24 July 2016

Teen helps NS win first national medal in womens’ rugby

Marjorie Sollows sure knows how to make a first impression.

As a freshman at Dalhousie University last year, she was player...

Sunday 24 July 2016

Responders on scene at Queens landfill fire

Eleven fire departments are working to put out a fire at the Region of Queens Waste Management facility near Greenfield.

The...

Sunday 24 July 2016

New Ross care facility seeks grant for age-friendly community

The Municipality of Chester (MODC) is partnering with the New Ross Community Care Centre to submit an application for a...

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Sunday 24 July 2016

Let’s call the whole thing on

John and Lisa McLaggan, better known as husband-and-wife duo Tomato/Tomato, started playing together in jazz clubs as students at the...

Friday 22 July 2016

The Court Report

Fined for impaired driving-related charge. A Lunenburg man must pay $2,600 in fines after admitting to an impaired driving-related offence...

Friday 22 July 2016

Keeping art and culture close to home

For nearly a decade, the small community of Port Medway has held an art show that focuses solely on local...

Friday 22 July 2016

CPONS meets with Jordan over offshore drilling

Members of the Campaign to Protect Offshore Nova Scotia (CPONS) met with South Shore-St. Margaret’s MP Bernadette Jordan on July...

Friday 22 July 2016

Building on success

For Jonathan Davidson, there was never any question he would have his own construction company some day.

“It was kind of...

Thursday 21 July 2016

Sign mix-up at Carter’s Beach

No-parking signs installed on either side of Carter's Beach Road have been removed after it was discovered they were the...

Thursday 21 July 2016

New event replaces classic boat fest in Mahone Bay

After an absence of marine celebrations, the Mahone Bay Heritage Boatyard Co-operative is hosting a weekend-long celebration of Mahone Bay’s...

Thursday 21 July 2016

MODL agrees to share building services

Municipality of Lunenburg (MODL) councillors juggled a bit of irony at their July 12 council meeting when they were told...

Thursday 21 July 2016

Bathrooms are just the beginning

Dealing with congestion on Lunenburg's waterfront is one thing, but people are generally less patient when it comes to waiting...

Wednesday 20 July 2016

Seeing red

As much as he likes the history, artist Harold Pearse admits it was the bright red coats that drew him...

Wednesday 20 July 2016

MODL wants to know, ‘Are you on the list?’

The Municipality of Lunenburg (MODL) is pushing to ensure potential voters are on the electoral list for this October’s elections.

The...

Wednesday 20 July 2016

Man in jail for escaping from police station

Busting an interview room door at the Bridgewater police station and escaping custody after having been arrested for breaching probation...

Wednesday 20 July 2016

Canadian Red Cross volunteers reflect on Fort Mac deployment

Gary Lewis and Karen Reinhardt were among the first wave of Red Cross volunteers to help displaced Fort McMurray residents...

Tuesday 19 July 2016

Rural internet solutions sought

The Liberal government is looking for solutions to the province’s poor or non-existent high speed internet, an issue it calls...

Tuesday 19 July 2016

Lunenburg County makes strides in pride

When a rainbow appeared next to town hall on July 14, a community was celebrated in Lunenburg for the very...

Tuesday 19 July 2016

Independent report finds ‘lack of trust’ in school review

An independent report has concluded process and policy were followed during a controversial review of the Bridgewater and Park View...

Tuesday 19 July 2016

Highway 103 number one priority for twinning

An independent feasibility study of Nova Scotia highways released on July 14 by the province ranks Highway 103 between Bridgewater...

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