Updated at 12:54 - 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 13:12 - TIDNISH – Let it be known, a raccoon is no match for a mama bear and Dawn Simmonds is one fierce mama bear.Standing 5’4, Simmonds is recovering with scratches and bites from an aggressive raccoon she wrestled off her dog in 12 feet of water.
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 July 01, 2015 - ST BERNARD - Students at St. Mary’s Bay Academy had one final assembly in their gymnasium before the start of summer vacation to recognize those who earned academic and extracurricular achievements..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..