Updated on February 10, 2016 - WINDSOR – Although Valley Ford is pulling out of 99 Wentworth Rd., Windsor Council is continuing to pursue a zoning change for the property.
Updated at 13:37 - A new mapping project launched by the Nova Scotia Bird Society (NSBS) could serve as a valuable resource for local and visiting birders..
Updated at 11:20 - BERWICK - The community is rallying behind a well-loved West Kings teacher seriously injured in a head-on collision in December..
Updated at 14:13 - DIGBY – The most decorated skip in the history of ladies’ curling has won a spot at the Canadian Senior Curling Championships in Digby..
Updated at 12:20 - Birders of all ages are encouraged to take part in the 19th annual Great Backyard Bird Count, taking place worldwide Feb. 12-15..
Updated at 14:11 - The people who are watching the Toronto case of the Queen vs. Jian Ghomeshi with such great interest might want to pause for a moment, and consider the Ottawa case of the Queen vs. Beau Byford instead..
Updated on February 09, 2016 - WINDSOR — Valley Ford is likely coming to Windsor at some point, but not to 99 Wentworth Road, where council began amending the land-use bylaw to allow for automobile sales..
20 years, 2,000 lives: Hearts on Ice cardiac rehab fundraiser celebrates anniversary with Wolfville event
Updated on February 09, 2016 - WOLFVILLE - It was a celebration much like other years Feb. 7 in Wolfville, as the Hearts on Ice fundraiser for the cardiac rehab program at Valley Regional Hospital turned 20..