CLEARING THE AIR: Taking Atlantic Canada's pot pulse
‘That was an earthquake!': Residents of southwestern N.S. describe ...
RCMP investigation into 'suspicious' Weymouth fire continues
Editorial: Customer disservice
Russell Wangersky: Soup from a stone
VIBERT: Workplace equity troubles Nova Scotia
Cape Sable Island white pelican causing flurry among birders
The Digby Courier
UPDATE: Customers in Newfoundland and Labrador brave cold, wet, windy night to be the first to buy legal cannabis in Canada
Annapolis Royal emergency centre closed Oct. 16 and 18
Save Our Rural Healthcare rally held in Digby
Bridgetown man charged in relation to multiple offences
Bridgetown man charged with break-ins, thefts, possessing illegal cigarettes
Masked man robs Halifax juice bar
ENTREVESTOR: Riding a wave of OceanTech startups in Atlantic Canada
A key development in the Atlantic Canadian startup community in the past year is that we’re finally noticing ocean-related startups cropping up in a meaningful way. Not long ago, much of the ocean innovation came from large Atlantic Canadian ...
RCMP investigating two cases of arson after Weymouth church targeted on separate days
WEYMOUTH, DIGBY COUNTY, NS – When Weymouth resident Hans (Bob) Dirr happened to look out of his window in the early hours of Thursday, Oct. 11, he saw a bright light coming from the direction of Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church. He ...
British man’s bail hearing on child sex charges delayed, Digby woman yet to appear
A British national accused of trying to make arrangements with a Nova Scotia woman to have sex with her teenage daughter will remain behind bars for a ...
New Glasgow boy recognized for his role in saving family pet
Alex Pitcher was recently honoured by a local fire department for helping to save a life. The 11-year-old New Glasgow boy was presented with a plaque by the New Glasgow Fire Department for his role in rescuing his dog Penny on Sept. 4. Alex ...
Southwest Nova Scotia - then and now
The Oct. 10 print edition of the Tri-County Vanguard and special coverage on our three digital news sites - thevanguard.ca, thecoastguard.ca and digbycourier.ca - is dedicated to "then and now." The idea came about months ...
Man sought after suspicious car fire in Bedford
Halifax Regional Police are looking for a man in connection with a suspicious car fire in Bedford on Tuesday evening. Police responded to the fire at 9:40 pm in the 100 block of Hammonds Plains Road. The unoccupied vehicle was fully engulfed ...
INFOGRAPHIC: Big variance in pay for Nova Scotia's First Nations chiefs
The bulldozers aren’t just transforming a patch of stunted forest along Highway 104 in Antigonish County. ...
THEN AND NOW: Random Digby County find leads to huge loss in leatherback sea turtle research
DIGBY, N.S. – Whenever Jonathan Riley heads out on a hike, it’s usually an adventure. And on this particular day – a Sunday in early August – he could have hiked just about anywhere. This way. That way. That way. This ...
THEN AND NOW: ELECTRIC CITY: 'We may not have everything we started out with, but we still have the story'
WEYMOUTH, N.S.- For nearly 10 years Hal Theriault and Stacey Doucette have been researching the history of the New France, Electric City near Weymouth. Along with a board of directors, the group is trying to establish an interpretative centre to ...
Wrong plate, no license, no registration nets Middleton driver $5,872.50 fine
BRIDGETOWN, N.S. - The ghostly cows appeared again, break-and-enters were reported, and lots of unlicensed drivers kept Annapolis District RCMP busy for the last week of September. The book store in Bridgetown was vandalised, the vet clinic was ...