Bantam ‘A’ female Bulldogs enjoy banner year
Earl Randall launching Let ’Er Roll May 1 in Antigonish
Pleasantdale one win away from Rural League title
Paul MacLean’s agent says no conversations were had about Cape Breton ...
Muay Thai: Kickboxing is still kicking in Antigonish
SLIDESHOW: Blazers push Pirates to the brink in NSJHL final
Bernie Vosman's legacy bringing people together
Musical theatre takes center stage at New Glasgow Music Festival
Strait Pirates and Sackville Blazers tied at two games apiece
Paqtnkek Mi’kmaw Nation launches $10 million highway showcase
Antigonish town and county announce their departures from ESREN
Antigonish-based business celebrates Viola Desmond’s legacy
Steinhart’s gin named world’s best
REVISED - NEW DATE: Job Fair coming up in Antigonish March 12
Goldboro Project coming together in Guysborough County
Truro Tandus employees surprised by news of carpet plant closing
Employees at the Tandus Carpets manufacturing facility in Truro were completely caught off guard when informed Tuesday afternoon that their work is being shifted to the United States, a union spokesperson says "The news of the closure comes ...
Truro carpet plant moving operations to U.S., 240 jobs to be lost
One of Truro’s oldest operating manufacturers is relocating to the United States, eliminating approximately 240 local jobs. “It was a little bit of a kick in the gut,” Truro Mayor Bill Mills said, of his reaction to receiving the ...
Hair today, re-used tomorrow: Clarenville salon joins the ‘Green Circle’ club
“We make people beautiful every day — we might as well make the planet beautiful.” Diane Adams-Hagerman, owner operator of Headz Up hair salon in Clarenville, says giving back to the environment and taking steps to recycle, ...
Transcontinental says SaltWire Network in breach of contract after 2017 sale of media assets
Transcontinental Inc. says it is considering filing a counter lawsuit in a legal battle related to the sale of its media assets in Atlantic Canada. SaltWire Network announced Wednesday it had filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against ...
SaltWire Network sues Transcontinental over sale of newspapers
A deal that saw the creation of the largest newspaper chain in Atlantic Canada is going to court. SaltWire Network filed the multimillion-dollar lawsuit Wednesday against Transcontinental Inc., the company that sold its media assets in Atlantic ...
Environmental assessment registered for Port Union microbrewery
An aspiring brewery has filed for an environmental assessment with the Department of Municipal Affairs and Environment. Union Electric Brewing Co. Inc. is the proponent of the assessment, looking to establish a microbrewery in Port ...
Making food ‘a hell of a lot more accessible’: Small farms getting a boost from FarmWorks
Building rural economies and increasing Nova Scotia’s food security are challenges that are being met on the homesteads all across the province. “I loved being home with the kids, but there’s an entrepreneurial streak in my ...
Changing hands - Iconic Lawrencetown Restaurant closed but to reopen soon under new ownership
The iconic Lawrencetown Restaurant closed its doors March 19 after 12 years of ownership by Shaun Saunders, but he expects new owners will re-open the eating establishment after some interior renovations. Saunders bought the restaurant in 2007 ...
Province says cost to renovate Bar Harbor terminal for Nova Scotia-to-Maine ferry service will be $8.5 million
The provincial government says $8.5 million is the expected cost to renovate the ferry terminal in Bar Harbor to accommodate the Nova Scotia-Maine ferry service. That cost is in addition to $13.8 million the province has budgeted to operate the ...
Stakeholders to address State of the Strait
This year’s State of the Strait conference will include three panels from key stakeholders in the local economy. It will take place from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre. The first panel on the creative ...