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
Cape Breton Post
LETTER: A rink we all deserve
LETTER: New regionalism approach to Hants County preferred over amalgamation
LETTER: Let the Windsor-West Hants amalgamation studies continue
How will amalgamation impact my taxes?
LETTER: Corkum refutes opponent Snow’s claims
Letter to the editor: A breach of public trust in Kings County
LETTER: Time for a change in Kentville
We need a new vision, a new direction and a new way forward to regain our economic prosperity. We must have the courage to do things differently. Kentville now needs leadership and management, not just management. The current council has ...
LETTER: Unfair treatment of 4-H by Apple Dome
I am writing this note not on behalf of the Kings County 4-H Council but as a 4-H leader who attends their meetings. I sat at our last council meeting in June and was very disheartened by the letter sent from your facility. This letter stated that ...
LETTER: Who will complete Kings 2050?
As someone who has been involved in this exercise, I was concerned to witness the recent ‘restructuring’ which saw Kings 2050’s primary architect, former director of planning Ben Sivak, effectively demoted; not long after, Sivak resigned. In dealing ...
LETTER: Dysfunctional council costly for taxpayers
Besides the recent controversy over the new municipal building, the loss to the taxpayers by the pending closure of the Waterville Kings County Airport is enormous. Although the warden and her “gang of six” cohorts would have us believe the closure ...
LETTER: Disheartening decisions by Kings County council
Council doesn’t seem to have improved since the turmoil last year regarding the Kings Municipal Airport. It is still trying to railroad agreements through council without any input from its citizens and to dissuade any dissent from within. Council is ...
LETTER: An angel in Coldbrook?
This generous person returned my wallet that I had carelessly left in a cart at the Foodland. As soon as I got home in Cambridge, I missed the wallet and went right back to the store. No wallet in the office so, devastated, I went back home. Just ...
LETTER: Thanks for supporting the Acadia hockey Axemen
It’s hard to believe I will be walking across the stage in May to receive my undergraduate diploma. It feels like yesterday I was at Acadia on my recruiting trip – swallowing back nachos at the Library Pub with John Girman, Evan Mosher and the ...
LETTER: New Kentville library location needed
For a number of years, our busy library and its devoted employees have served the public under circumstances that have been less than ideal. It is housed in a converted car dealership/garage space with limited parking and, several years ago, there ...
LETTER: Pothole village
This section of highway should have been re-paved last summer, so we would not be faced with this dilemma. I would think that these road conditions must be having an effect on how well the business sector is doing or not. If I were a business owner ...
LETTER: Is Kings County seriously green minded?
Both of these agenda items were fundamentally economic development as well, which is another prominent principle of the Kings 2050 Vision. Neither item past muster. That caused me to reflect on this county’s commitment to sustainable, renewable, ...