Armchair Olympians Day 13
Nova Scotia Health Authority staff respond to local Digby health-care stories, rumours ...
Digby volleyball club growing by leaps and bounds
Electric City projects have potential to light up tourism industry for Weymouth
Digby doctors celebrating their collaborative practice in the community
Saved by the jam: Digby and Freeport Legions forced to repurpose to ...
Aboriginal musicians to perform in Church Point
The Digby Courier
Clare-Digby MLA cites progress and challenges ahead for 2018
2017 offered ‘fantastic tourism season’ to town of Digby
Residents skeptical about alternative policing proposal for Town of Shelburne
What is wrong with Nova Scotia's school system?
Cannabis and tobacco added to Yarmouth County Municipal Alcohol Project
Windsor council ignores final plea to reconsider Long Pond arena location
Yarmouth public session on Glaze report sends this message to N.S. government: 'Slow down'
YARMOUTH, N,S. – Slow down. This was the consensus and message of those who attended a session in Yarmouth Feb. 19 to talk about the Glaze report. “This whole process is going too fast. Way, way, way too fast,” said ...
RCMP release sketch of Mount Uniacke armed robbery suspect
The East Hants District RCMP has released a sketch of a suspect involved in an armed robbery that occurred in Mount Uniacke in December 2017. ...
Feb. 20 emergency department closure for Digby General Hospital
DIGBY, N.S. – The emergency department at Digby General Hospital will close at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 20 and reopen Wednesday, Feb. 21, at 8:00 a.m. This is due to physician availability, the Nova Scotia Health Authority ...
Water World - Annapolis Royal group organizing to face challenge of imminent sea level rise
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL - Residents in the Annapolis Royal area are getting organized to face the challenge of rising sea levels caused by climate change – and that tide is rising a whole lot faster than most people think. Judith Luther Wilder ...
Municipality of Shelburne's changes to low income property policy helping more residents
SHELBURNE, N.S. – Changes made to the Municipality of Shelburne’s Low Income Property Tax Exemption policy last year is helping more residents with their property tax bills. “Council voted to change the policy, which allowed them ...
Rural Nova Scotia health-care crisis working group formed as a result of discussion in Shelburne
SHELBURNE, N.S. – Municipal leaders, health-care professionals and concerned citizens from throughout the south shore and southwestern Nova Scotia have come together to form a rural Nova Scotia health-care crisis working group as a next step in ...
New operating room officially opens at Hants Community Hospital
Surgeries in the Hants Community Hospital's newly refurbished operating room began on Feb. 14 ...
Emergency department closure at Digby General Hospital Feb. 15
DIGBY, N.S. – The public is being advised of another closure of the emergency department at Digby General Hospital. The Nova Scotia Health Authority says the department will be closed Thursday, Feb. 15 at 6 a.m. and will reopen later that ...
Glaze report continues to dominate discussions: Education minister meeting with stakeholders; TCRSB plans information session
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The province’s education minister started a series of stakeholder sessions in this region earlier this week to ensure, he says, that people get accurate and proper information about the recent Glaze report and how it ...
Nova Scotia teachers set strike vote for Feb. 20
HALIFAX – The Nova Scotia Teachers Union has called a strike vote for Feb. 20. In a memo sent out to union members, the union said information sessions will be held Wednesday and Thursday. The union has been unhappy with the provincial ...