From the grocery line to the spotlight: meet Kentville singer Tina Cleveland
Assaults, accidents top calls for Annapolis District RCMP
Firefighters, RCMP officers rescue man along Falmouth shoreline
Clare-Digby minor hockey gets $5,000 from Maritime NHL’ers 4 Kids charity
Westville man facing child pornography charges makes Windsor court appearance
‘Long road ahead’ after Irma: Former Yarmouth County resident thankful for help ...
Falmouth man breaks not one, but two Canadian high-powered rocket records
Canso man’s wallet lost at sea, turns up 4 years later
Dog attacks Kings SPCA staff member
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Teen entrepreneur making a difference in Kings County – and beyond
Pubnico ambulance remains big issue in Yarmouth County
Potential adult learners get a chance to check out the Hants Learning Network Association
The Past in Pixels - Middleton’s Macdonald Museum launches ‘new look’ website
Whirlwind Weekend - 2017 Nova Scotia 4-H Pro Show hits Lawrencetown like a hurricane
LAWRENCETOWN, NS - The 40th annual 4-H Pro Show came into town like a hurricane Sept. 29 for a whirlwind weekend of judging, showing, demonstrating – and having fun. County booths packed the Youth Arena, showing off amazing projects from all ...
Kentville library to re-open in newly renovated space Oct. 19
The former St. Paul and St. Andrew United Church space has been fully re-purposed to fit the needs of its new tenant, its staff and clients. Annapolis Valley Regional Library chief executive officer Ann-Marie Mathieu said Oct. 3 that the library, ...
Spinney Brothers' last concert is sure to be sold out
GREENWICH, NS – The Spinney Brothers are travelling no more. The popular band is performing its last show on Sunday, Oct 15. ...
River Health - Water quality interest up after high E. coli counts in the Annapolis
Clean Annapolis River Project said increased interest is not surprising, considering the summer saw significant promotion of recreational use of the Annapolis River, including the completion of new dock facilities at Riverside Park, Middleton, ...
Fourth annual Pumpkin Walk set for Oct. 18 in Kentville's Miners Marsh
According to Nicole Robinson of the Faculty of Tourism at the NSCC Kingstec campus, this is the fourth year for the popular event, which is planned and organized by her Tourism Management students. “We were looking for a community event to host,” to ...
Hants’ Faces Friday – Tracey Davis
Tracey, now the sole owner of the company, is still a driver-dispatcher, which means she still picks up passengers.Tracey Davis has a binder, chock full of paper that contains her regular calls and clients, which she calls her ‘bible.’ “I start at ...
NSCC Digby launches campaign to raise $350,000 for students
The launch was held October 5, when it was announced the Digby campus will aim to raise $350,000 for its part of NSCC’s province-wide Make Way campaign. The school has to date already raised $170,000. The campaign’s goal is to “ensure every Nova ...
Cram the Cruiser food drive coming to Kingston Oct. 6
Kings District RCMP is hosting the third annual Thanksgiving “Cram the Cruiser” food drive Oct. 6 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. The event, held at Superstore in Kingston, challenges shoppers to help the Kings District RCMP and Kings County Senior Safety ...
Rumours Wrong: Middleton museum’s Christmas craft fair alive and well
Museum director Janice Pugsley-Slauenwhite said a Facebook Group post on the weekend may have led people to believe the museum’s event had been cancelled. “People have assumed it is us,” she said, noting that she’s been getting inquiries about it. ...
Healthy hiking and clean energy on deck at Van Tassel Lake Oct. 11 open house
The event will be held Wednesday, October 11 at 5:30 p.m. at the Mount Pleasant site, at 859 Culloden Road, and will reveal new signage for onsite trails, visits to the wind turbines, and a guided hike to the lake. The land on display spans 550 acres ...