Maritime NHL'ers for Kids returning to Digby
Ages of Springhill house fire victims released
Cider with a splash of history: Bear River couple launching hard apple ...
Burger News: Digby, Bear River restaurants enter Burger War last minute
'It's been continuously surprising what everyone's done for me' : Digby dad ...
UPDATE: Cheers sound as trapped dolphins freed from Heart's Delight harbour
Kiack sluice to Goose Flats off Pembroke cove reclaimed
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CINDY DAY: All things were not equal at the Equinox
Roxeen & Dalrymple to perform in Saulnierville March 31
Famous Daughter - Annapolis Royal to honour black heritage and inspirational Daurene Lewis
Middleton Relay For Life set to go June 2 at arena
Waterfront boardwalk proposed for Lake Milo, Yarmouth
CINDY DAY: Robin sightings can be deceiving
Grandma Says, “Say it ain’t ‘thundersnow’!”
One minute you’re reaching for your sunglasses, and the next minute it looks like you’re trapped in a snow globe! Thursday’s weather was very changeable because the air mass overhead was unsettled. In meteorological ...
Kids get creative at the Digby library
Learn, laugh, love, happy and smile. Those are just a few of the encouraging words kids were painting on rocks at Digby's Isaiah W. Wilson Memorial Library on March 14. “The kids seemed to have a lot of fun and they ...
CINDY DAY: Snow — a weighty subject for sure!
In his 1911 handbook, anthropologist Franz Boas claimed, “Eskimos have dozens, or even hundreds, of words for snow.” Personally, I only know a couple but I can say that there are many different types of snow. Snow can be ...
Maudie a big winner at the Canadian Screen Awards taking home seven awards and sweeping major categories
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The movie Maudie didn’t just strike at the hearts of movie goers last year, but the film based on the life of beloved Nova Scotia folk artist Maud Lewis also shone brightly at the recent Canadian Screen Awards where it ...
A ship, a community and a love story focus of play in Tusket, Yarmouth County
TUSKET, YARMOUTH CO., NS – People reportedly came from all over the place for the big event in Tusket on that early-summer day nearly 130 years ago. What brought them to the Yarmouth County village was the launch of the J.Y. Robbins, the ...
Going Local - Middleton’s Macdonald Museum planning outdoor farm market starting in June
MIDDLETON - Fresh produce, baked bread, and even growlers of locally brewed craft beer might be served up on the front lawn of Macdonald Museum in Middleton as early as the first week in June. The museum is hoping to start a farm market as the ...
CINDY DAY: Winter marches on
One week from today, we will be greeting the new season. This year, the vernal equinox takes place during the early afternoon hours of March 20. Many would agree that our winter was quite “spring-like” until … a couple ...
James Mullinger aims to ignite laughter at Th’YARC March 17
YARMOUTH - If he can generate as much laughter as his 2015 gig did at Th’YARC, comedian James Mullinger will be a happy man on March 17. It was a great night. “There was such an incredible atmosphere there,” he ...
Inside/Out to be presented in Church Point
CHURCH POINT – A different kind of show is coming to southwestern Nova Scotia, a show born out of a man’s experience in Canada’s penitentiary system, a show that has been described by one reviewer as “darkly funny” and, ...
Skills Canada NS provides trade exploration and competition at NSCC Burridge in Yarmouth
YARMOUTH - Seventy-five young women in grades 8 to 11 from the Tri-County Regional School Board and Conseil Scolaire Acadien Provincial participated in the Skilled Futures for Women event on March 7 at NSCC Burridge Campus in Yarmouth. The ...