Updated on July 02, 2015 - DIGBY– It turns out a Canada Day earthquake that struck southwestern Nova Scotia the afternoon of July 1 was actually a 3.8 magnitude earthquake, as opposed to a 3.6 one that Earthquakes Canada had initially recorded it as.
Updated at 10:23 - KENTVILLE - Kings County council has given it’s clearance for the Warden, Deputy Warden and chief administrative officer to meet with local aviation stakeholders to discuss a temporary move of aircraft to the Digby-Annapolis Regional Airport..1
Updated at 10:29 - YARMOUTH – When it comes to his wheelchair racing competitions, for Yarmouth’s Ryan Shay there is always a sense of excitement and anticipation. But after flying out to Edmonton this week to compete at the Canadian National Championships, instead....
Updated on June 30, 2015 - BEAR RIVER - Cindy O’Donnell keeps getting faster..
Updated on July 02, 2015 - YARMOUTH – Nova Star Cruises says it saw a 26 per cent increase in the amount of passengers it carried in June 2015 compared to June a year ago, and also says it did not have to draw any funding during the month from the pot of money the provincial....
Updated on June 29, 2015 - DIGBY – I was sitting, on the floor, right down front to photograph the DRHS graduates as they received their diplomas – and being so low, I started noticing footwear..Photo
Updated on June 29, 2015 - Photos from a quick walk out the Digby wharf June 29: the Lady Melissa, a herring seiner belonging to Comeau Seafoods of Saulnierville, was unloading herring and lobster fishermen Joel Goodiwn of Yarmouth landed a large large lobster..Photo
Updated on July 02, 2015 - Just past Spiddle Hill Road, on Route 311 heading north towards Tatamagouche, there’s a lonely department of highways grader working its way up the dirt side roads. All of the roads are reddish, wet and newly turned..