Write On workshop starts Monday at The Arts House in Antigonish
Expedia includes Antigonish as a ‘must-see’ hockey town
SLIDESHOW: St. F.X. versus CBU on the court Jan. 16
PHOTOS: Bulldogs, Pirates clash in ‘quiet’ game
The return of a winter destination
Antigonish County council considering new dog bylaw
Antigonish County officials remind residents to check assessment ...
Paqtnkek celebrates official interchange opening
Coming together in Antigonish to celebrate Oom Wim
Cannabis in the workplace
New beginning for Mabou landmark
Shop Local: Antigonish By Choice Christmas campaign on now
Connector program building business connections in Eastern Strait area
Yarmouth Canadian Tire store expanding
YARMOUTH - The Yarmouth Canadian Tire store will be expanding from 50,000 (34,000 retail space) to 87,046 square feet. A development agreement with the company was approved by town council on Jan. 10. Council members were pleased to give ...
Northern Pulp to register plans for replacing treatment facility by end of January
ABERCROMBIE POINT, N.S. Northern Pulp will register its plans for replacing the Boat Harbour treatment facility with Nova Scotia’s Department of Environment by the end of January, triggering the start of the provincial ...
Lease expires between Bay Ferries and Portland as company makes move to Bar Harbor for Cat ferry service
YARMOUTH, N.S. – While there is still much to do and sort out before ferry service between Bar Harbor, Maine and Yarmouth, N.S. is finalized, the lease agreement between Bay Ferries and the City of Portland has now expired. “Our ...
Lifelong Shelburne boatbuilder retires: ‘I knew how to build a boat when I was 15 years old'
SHELBURNE, NS – He was only a kid when he knew boatbuilding was what he wanted to do for his life’s work, getting his early learning in the trade from the pages of boatbuilding books read while skipping school in the late 1940s. For ...
Get your refunds here - Carleton Road Industries Association opening bottle exchange in Middleton, Lawrencetown
LAWRENCETOWN, N.S. - By the time local residents get their New Year’s Eve empties bagged up, Carleton Road Bottle Exchange in Lawrencetown will be ready to accept them, sort them, and pay cash. The latest social enterprise, offered by the ...
Nova Scotia governments mull plastic bag ban, businesses take stock of what they use
Municipalities across the province are taking notice of the potential single-use bag ban in HRM, and might be following suit. ...
Perfect Project - ‘Municipalities need to be actively seeking the good things their communities need in order to thrive and prosper’
BRIDGETOWN, N.S. - Gordonstoun, an international not-for-profit boarding school is coming to Annapolis County thanks to a lot of people, but in the end, council took the initiative in an outside-the-box sort of way. There will be 600 students ...
'We're satisfied it's a delay only': Bay Ferries keeping eye on delayed purchase process of terminal property by town of Bar Harbor
BAR HARBOR, N.S.– Bay Ferries is keeping an eye on a “snag” that has necessitated a delay in the process of officially making a final decision on where The Cat ferry will sail to and from next year. The ferry company is looking ...
Mutual ethos and historic connection - ‘Gordonstoun reflects our values,’ says Annapolis County Warden Habinski
BRIDGETOWN, N.S. - When Warden Timothy Habinski described Annapolis County to the folks at Gordonstoun School in Duffus, Elgin, Morayshire in northern Scotland, they seemed impressed. But so too was Habinski impressed with Gordonstoun, the famous ...
Developer’s interest in vacant Annapolis County schools leads council to Scotland
BRIDGETOWN, N.S. - When the folks at the Municipality of Annapolis County asked Edward Farren what sort of project he was interested in developing in Annapolis County, Farren took them to Scotland to explain. Warden Timothy Habinski, his ...