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
Maritime Launch Services looking to build a launch site near Canso
Canadian trail voyage
Highway twinning gets green light
Gran Fondo rolling back into Guysborough County in September
Antigonish Poverty Reduction Coalition planning its next step
More Barho family members to arrive today, two months after tragic fire
Stellarton pharmacy robbed
Stellarton Police are investigating an armed robbery that took place at the Medical Hall on Foord Street in Stellarton Thursday afternoon. Stellarton Police Service with the assistance of the Westville Police Service and the New Glasgow ...
Northern Pulp set to resume survey work early next week in the Northumberland Strait
Northern Pulp says that it will resume survey operations on the sea floor of the Northumberland Strait early next week. “We anticipate work to begin as soon as Monday,” said Kathy Cloutier, spokesperson for Northern Pulp’s parent ...
Truro-area racehorse owners lose civil lawsuit involving pregnant filly
A civil lawsuit over the sale of a yearling standardbred filly that turned out to be pregnant has concluded in favour of the defendant, Shawn Putnam. The lawsuit was launched by Truro-area racehorse owners Emmons MacKay and Paul Smith, after ...
Two men dead after fishing boat sinks off Antigonish County
Two cousins from Paqtnkek Mi'kmaw Nation are dead after an oyster fishing boat capsized in waters off Bayfield, Antigonish County, on Monday. A woman who was on the boat when it flipped about 150 metres from shore was taken to hospital. The ...
$9-million residence, business centre announced for COGS campus
A 40-bed residence and a business research centre, estimated at $9 million, was announced April 8 at the College of Geographic Sciences in Lawrencetown. Stephen McNeil made the announcement at the school, and the Premier also unveiled ...
Is species and habitat mitigation possible at the Annapolis Royal causeway?
What are the species and habitation mitigation possibilities if the tidal power plant at Annapolis Royal is shut down permanently? The question comes after the Department of Fisheries and Oceans ordered the NSP facility shut down under Section 35 ...
No worries - Annapolis Royal mayor says turbine shutdown won’t hurt town’s coffers
The shutdown of Nova Scotia Power’s tidal power plant in Annapolis Royal won’t have any immediate impact on the town’s coffers, but Mayor Bill MacDonald hopes the town can be part of discussions going forward. Last week the ...
Site Selected - Middleton community centre, fire hall one step closer with land purchase
Middleton is a step closer to construction of a community centre and fire hall with the purchase of a parcel of land right across the street from town hall. The town bought the property after a considerable search and several suitability studies. ...
Health Canada issues recall on garage heaters
The St. John’s Regional Fire Department issued a press release Friday warning of a recall on several popular brands of portable garage heaters. Health Canada has recalled the blue Mastercraft, Profusion Heat, Prestige and Matrix 4,800W 240V ...
Two injured - LifeFlight called to serious crash at Maitland Bridge
Two people were airlifted to hospital following a single-vehicle crash at Maitland Bridge early today, April 4. RCMP described it as a serious collision on Highway 8 with two people sustaining serious injuries. “The single vehicle ...