Kentville man competing in international axe-throwing event
Art that moves: Canning artist uses silk, clothing as canvas for pieces
Meth, ecstacy both seized at RCMP traffic stop in Lakeville
Making ‘beautiful art’: Kentville chalk art festival returns with strong success
‘Beef things up’: Kingston Steer Barbecue back for 59th year with mix ...
‘It’s a cool job’: Stamp unveilled in honour of 14 Wing Greenwood ...
VIDEO: Pick-up truck becomes submerged in Kingsport tides
North Alton goat farm aiding in recovery of brain injury survivor
Wolfville Etsy artist sculpts real actors’ likeness onto repurposed dolls
Jumpstarting your dream project
Newfoundland transgender woman has learned transition comes with a cost
FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH: It ain’t easy summer livin’ if left in debt from your kid’s camp
Mayor says development is a potential ‘game changer’ for Windsor, with proposed Upper Water Street redevelopment plan
New Minas hotel feeling impact of Airbnb popularity
NEW MINAS – A local hotel operator would like to see regulations in place to level the playing field between commercial taxpayers and multi-unit Airbnb hosts. “Individual families renting a portion of their house as a shared economy, ...
Earning to learn, learning to earn
It’s Friday night at the BMO Centre in the heart of Bedford and the Bandits are taking on the Rock in this lacrosse matchup. In her blue, red and white Bandits uniform, 17-year-old Megan Cox is confident. “We beat them last time, so ...
Relationship status: it’s complicated
Not too long ago, I wrote about marriage and planning a financial future together after the honeymoon ends. And while the advice offered at the time holds true for those headed down the aisle — and those jetting off to Niagara Falls to elope ...
More serious consideration by Bay Ferries expected to be given to possibility of Cat ferry returning to Bar Harbor
YARMOUTH, N.S. – Bay Ferries has been saying a return to Bar Harbor for ferry service between Nova Scotia and Maine is something it is has been exploring. A vote in Bar Harbor this past week will likely cause the company to further look ...
Valley Vixen’s education-focused sex shop closing in Wolfville
WOLFVILLE - Valley Vixen is closing the retail side of its business but hopes to keep its education aspect alive, and remain a resource for the Annapolis Valley. The education and consent-focused sex shop and bookstore will close its storefront at ...
Martock Glass focuses on providing quality service, Atlantic-made products to Valley residents
WEST HANTS, N.S. — When it comes to installing glass, Kevin Durling and Amin Tran aim to provide a service that's a cut above the competition. ...
The Linen Pavilion opening in Port Williams, has royal roots
PORT WILLIAMS - It’s been a while coming. After two years living in Port Williams, selling her items online and to friends, Kathy Browne, a Scotland native and owner of The Linen Pavilion, has finally acquired the paperwork and insurance ...
Nova Scotia couple cast off for a life at sea, and they're not the only ones
While their numbers are small, there are several Atlantic Canadians opting to sell their land-locked properties and live full-time aboard their boat Waves lap gently against the hull of the Xcelsior II, a 44-foot sailboat sheltered in ...
houdinidesign ARCHITECTS wins industry award for Kentville Library
KENTVILLE – The new library is town is turning some heads. houdinidesign ARCHITECTS was recently named the winner of a 2018 Maritime Architectural Design Excellence Award in recognition of the creative vision at the heart of the ...
Cat ferry service starts its season between Yarmouth and Portland on June 8
YARMOUTH, N.S. – With Bay Ferries’ Cat ferry scheduled to sail out of Yarmouth on June 8 at 8:30 a.m. for its first crossing of the season to Portland, Bay Ferries CEO Mark MacDonald says ticket sales are already up compared to where ...