Early highway twinning plans revealed at drop-in session
Wilma Burke, a pillar of the Christmas bazaar in Arisaig
The fight for justice in Guatemala
Antigonish mourns community pillar
Great turnout for Remembrance Day parade, ceremony in Antigonish
Impact of First World War on families was remarkable, says Antigonish ...
ON THE 11th HOUR: when the war went quiet
SLIDESHOW: The Maples opens in Antigonish
Peggy Gallant enters N.S. Sport Hall of Fame
The fight for justice in Guatemala
St. Joseph’s celebrates new symbolic painting
Pictou-born sister seeks to reunite with brother after more than 50 years apart
Glace Bay designer Kat Cadegan is coming home — and she won’t be empty-handed
Cape Bretoners travelling to health minister’s office by the busload
No funding fix: Town of Yarmouth says it will lay off fire dispatchers and outsource its own service
Smoke detector alerts occupants to fire that destroyed house in Tusket, Yarmouth County
TUSKET, YARMOUTH COUNTY, NS – Fire destroyed a house in Tusket, Yarmouth County, Sunday night, but three occupants of the home – two adults and a five-year-old child – were able to get out okay. Jonathan LeBlanc, the Eel Brook ...
Hometown Hockey hits the Savoy in Glace Bay
GLACE BAY, N.S. — They say a picture is worth a thousand words. If so, the image of a young Russian hockey player with professional aspirations posing for a photograph with a Glace Bay hockey mom seemed to represent the spirit of the Rogers ...
Bullying incident at Glace Bay High School under police investigation
A bullying episode at Glace Bay High School is now under police investigation. ...
Dire diagnosis for Cape Breton doctors
SYDNEY, N.S. — Cape Breton’s beleaguered mental health system is about to suffer another blow, with the pending departure of its psychiatric site lead. And with the province’s health authority touting measures like telehealth as ...
Glace Bay woman holds fast to promise made to soldier 75-years ago
GLACE BAY, N.S. — In 1943 a little Glace Bay girl made a promise to a soldier, and that promise is as true today as it was 75 years ago. On Nov. 11, Audrey Greenhalgh, 83, will pay tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice during the ...
MSVU faculty union votes to strike
The union representing full-time faculty, laboratory instructors and librarians at Mount Saint Vincent University has given the green light for a strike. Ninety-four per cent of 144 union members supported a strike mandate if conciliation talks ...
More Janes chicken products recalled, food inspection agency announces
A recall of Janes chicken products has been expanded, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced Friday. An Oct. 26 recall of Janes Pub Style Chicken Burgers has been updated to include Janes Pub Style Chicken Strips. Sofina Foods Inc. is ...
Arcadia sidewalk being replaced
ARCADIA - Motorists are advised to use caution and expect traffic delays through Arcadia during the replacement of the sidewalk on the east side of the road. The project was approved as part of the 2018-19 capital budget for the Municipality ...
Neils Harbour man sentenced on multiple break and enters
SYDNEY, N.S. — A Neils Harbour man has been sentenced in connection with six break sand enter in that community in 2016. Brandon Thomas William Briand, 23, pleaded guilty to three counts of break and enter and two counts of break, enter ...
Where is the skipper who skipped town?
The skipper who skipped town after his sailboat ran aground off Gabarus seems to be no stranger to nautical misadventures. ...