7 hrs ago
Canada Online Explorer
Preservationist sends out SOS for historic lighthouses
The future looks bright for B.C.'s East Point Lighthouse and Fisgard Lighthouse, but preservationists say it continues to look grim for similar structures across Canada.
13 hrs ago
Girl's suicide after alleged attack troubles town
One evening last Labor Day weekend, 15-year-old Audrie Pott walked up the driveway of a classmate's home alongside other teenagers.
Fri May 24, 2013
Truro Daily News
We must look after our own
Over the next 10 years, Canada will inject $1 billion toward reconstruction efforts in the ravaged Afghanistan.
Federal ministers swipe at Trudeau during N.S. visit
Federal Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau continued his swing through the Maritimes, drawing a large crowd of cheering fans to a Halifax mall Friday.
Man crashes car, climbs Dartmouth transmission tower
More than 4,000 Nova Scotia Power customers in Dartmouth were without power early Friday morning after a man climbed a transmission tower and had to be talked down by Halifax Regional Police.
Media Advisory: 4Front Atlantic Action Plan to be Released
What: The release of At the 4Front of Change: An Action Plan for Atlantic Canada A media briefing hosted by Kevin Lynch, Vice-Chair, BMO Financial Group and George Cooper, Counsel, McInnes Cooper and President of the University of King's College When: 1:30 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. Friday, May 24th, 2013 Where: In person at: McInnes Cooper Purdy's Wharf ... (more)
Thu May 23, 2013
The Chronicle Herald
Collection to mark 250th anniversary
Friends of the Halifax Common and Gaspereau Press will produce an anthology of poems to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the site.
'I want him to suffer,' mother of teen boy says after captor pleads guilty
The mother of a 16-year-old boy who was kidnapped and sexually assaulting at a cabin in rural Nova Scotia last fall, clenches her fists as she talks with reporters at the trial for David James LeBlanc in Nova Scotia Supreme Court in Bridgewater, N.S. on Thursday, May 23, 2013.
The Daily News
Airport renovations will impact travellers
Improvements to Halifax Stanfield International Airport will provide additional space for passenger check-in and circulation, improved baggage handling and screening systems, and a modernized facade.
The Chronicle Herald
Momentum 'challenge' for businesses
Terry Stuart of Deloitte speaks during the State of the Economy Conference on Wednesday at the Westin Hotel in Halifax.
Wed May 22, 2013
Amherst Daily News
D-Day service in Amherst comes to an end
Since their first gathering in 1947, members of the North Nova Scotia Highlanders have been remembered for the sacrifices they made on D-Day. It is with heavy hearts that Mary Lynn Chapman and Ray Coulson announced yesterday that the annual D-Day... AMHERST - It was at the beginning of the Second World War that an entire battalion trained in ... (more)
The Daily News
Busker Festival returns to Halifax July 31
Silver Elvis a living statue from Australia is just one of many artists performing at this year's Busker Festival on the Halifax waterfront from July 31 to Aug.
Highway 111 near Halifax renamed Highway of Heroes
The province is paying tribute to the men and women who risk their lives every day to keep Nova Scotians healthy and safe by renaming a section of Highway 111 the Highway of Heroes, Premier Darrell Dexter announced Wednesday.
Truro Daily News
Owner - confident' in downtown climate as doors open on new Halifax...
Just before throwing open the doors of his new restaurant, chef Craig Flinn said he was "confident with downtown Halifax" despite recent closures like the Pogue Fado , G Lounge and shops in the area.
Man beaten and robbed in north-end Halifax
Halifax Regional Police say a man was beaten and robbed in the area of Devonshire Avenue and Albert Street.
Tue May 21, 2013
Educator investigated after child's mouth allegedly taped
Nova Scotia's Education Minister Ramona Jennex says the alleged incident occurred at an after-school program at Bedford South School.
Canadian Biodiesel Plant Plans to Ship to Germany
A Canadian biodiesel plant plans to crank out 7 million gallons of the green fuel a year, but none of it is intended for use north or south of the border.
Surprised and honoured
Highland bagpiper Andrew Patten, son of David Patten and Debbie Brake-Patten of Kippens, has been invited to attend the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo in Halifax from June 14 to July 8. Warrant Officer Patten is a member of the 2904 Cambrai... KIPPENS Self-taught Highland bagpiper Andrew Patten of Kippens will be among the strongest cadet ... (more)
Bureau County Republican
Award-winning Amelia Curran will perform Saturday at Princeton Coffeehouse
Canadian singer-songwriter Amelia Curran will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Princeton Coffeehouse.
Mon May 20, 2013
Conservative MP remains tight-lipped on Duffy scandal
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's chief of staff, Nigel Wright, left, cut a personal cheque to cover the housing expenses of Senator Mike Duffy.