Art galleries in Bear River and Annapolis accepting submissions for 2019
Concession resident helping in advancement of accessibility throughout Nova Scotia
Digby trails coordinator busy working to develop regional gems
Preparing for climate change in Bear River
Selling the Digby area as a destination for Chinese development
‘It’s an easier way to connect with people’: Heather Rankin on upcoming ...
Renewable energy coordinator says tidal testing facility could work in Digby
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Number of Lyme disease cases rising in province
Fatal crash, drug bust, dog at the door top Annapolis RCMP calls
In Good Company - Cornwallis Park’s Alex Morrison honoured in book ‘Profiles of Humanitarian Courage’
RCMP investigating fatal ambulance crash Dec. 5 at Waldec
MAPANNAPOLIS.CA named as a finalist for excellence award
Nictaux man arrested for cocaine trafficking
Yarmouth’s Baby Millie celebrates a year of life
YARMOUTH, N.S. – She’s just turning one, but Baby Millie has already taught many the power of hope and prayers. A legion of supporters have been cheering her determination to survive since her first operation for a congenital heart ...
Stolen ambulance tops calls for Annapolis District RCMP
MIDDLETON - There was a stolen ambulance, car crashes, theft of copper, and a piglet on the loose. Annapolis District RCMP kept busy with numerous other calls including assaults and drug-related incidents between Nov. 20 and Nov. 27. They answered ...
Safe opening day to lobster season off southwestern N.S.; some calls for assistance on Day 2
SOUTHWESTERN N.S. – Dumping day, the most risky day of the six-month lobster fishery off southwestern Nova Scotia, was reported to have been a safe day with no incidents occurring. But day two of the season has not been incident free while ...
Municipalities support quest for Doppler radar
YARMOUTH - The Municipality of Yarmouth is going to continue pinging the federal government for a Doppler radar weather system to service southwestern Nova Scotia. The municipality informed the federal environment minister ...
Twenty-one headstones also toppled 20 years ago at Wolfville cemetery
This is not the first time 21 gravestones have been knocked over in Wolfville. ...
Developing UPDATED: Acadia and its faculty avoid strike after tentative agreement reached
Acadia will not see a strike today after it’s board of governors and the faculty union have reached a tentative agreement on a new contract ...
Car hits house, animals run free, Annapolis District RCMP kept busy
MIDDLETON - A car smashed into a house, dogs and horses were loose on roads, and one guy was charged without much in the way of paperwork for his vehicle, and lots of people were stopped for speeding. Annapolis District RCMP dealt with a total of ...
DUMPING DAY DELAYED: Forecasted winds cancel Nov. 27 start of lobster season
The opening of the lobster fishery off southwestern Nova Scotia has been delayed due to the forecasted high winds. The season, which was to have started on Monday, Nov. 27, with dumping day, will only start Tuesday at the earliest. A decision ...
More than 20 headstone pillars toppled at historic Wolfville cemetery
More than 20 headstone pillars have been pushed over at the Willowbank Cemetery in what its manager says is the worst vandalism he’s ever seen. ...
SAR assets lined up for lobster dumping day off southwestern Nova Scotia
SOUTHWESTERN NS – Inshore and offshore Search and Rescue (SAR) platforms will already be on the fishing grounds and in position when lobster fishermen in LFAs 33 and 34 head out to set their traps on dumping day. A total of 12 ...