Bent steel and broken lives: why do we drive too fast?
If Only the Walls Could Talk
PHOTOS: Pirates thump Bulldogs in NSJHL action
Troubling winds at Canso Causeway
Campaign for Our Lady of Grace Monastery underway
Year five of Antigonish Winter Market starts Jan. 26
Patients in Strait region sick over loss of surgeon
Canadians will go to the polls in 2019, St. F.X. prof says the race is ...
Antigonish-based company aims to make the wild blueberry even healthier
Bethany Apprenticeship Garden looking for aspiring growers
Whycocomagh couple are parents of first born child of 2019 at St. Martha's Hospital
New Year’s Levees across the Strait region
Dispatches from the south: catching up with Antigonish family's sailing adventure
Superstore supporting food bank with holiday campaign
Annapolis Royal Fire’s Chase the Ace at $105,000 on Jan. 23
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, NS - Matt Smith could give away more than $105,000 when the Annapolis Royal Volunteer Fire Department’s Chase the Ace resumes Jan. 23. Smith and his crew of ARVFD members have been at it for almost a year, with the Wednesday ...
Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre to unveil line-up for 2019 season
Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre (FAST) is readying to raise the curtain on the line-up for its 32nd season. The 2019 season launch is scheduled for Friday, Jan. 25, at the Coady International Institute’s Marjorie ...
Outpouring of supports changes lives of two lonely Cape Breton seniors
SYDNEY, N.S. — Two lonely Cape Breton seniors aren’t feeling not quite so alone anymore. Following a recent story in the Cape Breton Post where both Clyde Harvey of North Sydney and Judy James of Sydney described how they spend ...
Outside the box - Middleton paramedic leaves stress behind to teach in Middle East
MIDDLETON, N.S. - A paramedic who had to take a break from the pressures of his job in Nova Scotia is teaching paramedicine half a world away. And loving it. “The big part for me has been growth in learning to look outside the box,” ...
Indian Harbour Lake student receives inaugural Helping the Helpers scholarship
A freshman nursing student at Dalhousie University in Halifax is the recipient of the inaugural Helping the Helpers scholarship. “It is definitely an honour,” Madison Harpell, a graduate of St. Mary’s ...
Christmas Joy spreads spirit of the season in Antigonish
The spirit of the season is alive and well at Dr. John Hugh Gillis Regional High School in Antigonish. Through their annual Christmas Joy initiative, students, staff and teachers – with support from friends, families ...
Council Concerned - Province puts two more parcels of Annapolis County Crown forest on harvest plans map
WEST-DALHOUSIE, N.S. - Some residents in Annapolis County are concerned about another planned forest harvest on Crown land, this time two large parcels near the Morse Road between Bridgetown and West Dalhousie. Municipal council may call a special ...
Power of community on display this Christmas for Bloomfield, N.L. family
LETHBRIDGE, N.L. Firefighter Blaine Hicks didn’t know the Sibley-White family personally when she and the Lethbridge Volunteer Fire Department, along with the Musgravetown firefighters, responded to a call in Bloomfield last Friday ...
Harvest Halted - Province takes 20-hectare Hardwood Hill off list of proposed cuts
TUPPERVILLE, N.S. - Concerned residents and municipal officials who urged the province to halt a proposed harvest of trees on Hardwood Hill got an early Christmas present Dec. 17. The 20-hectare parcel of Crown forest was taken off the chopping block ...
Healthy Aging - NSCC Middleton hopes to make campus Centre of Rural Aging and Health
MIDDLETON, N.S. - Middleton is one of the oldest places in Canada – not as a community, but as a population demographic. Statistics Canada figures from 2016 put Canada’s 65-and-over population at 16.9 per cent and Nova Scotia’s ...