Kings and West Hants Court Report - Feb. 9
King's-Edgehill not building its own rink: headmaster addresses arena rumours
‘It’s a program I’m really proud to be involved with’: Kings County ...
Kings North MLA’s experience leads to advocating for province-wide mental health court ...
Hantsport's failed aboiteau not only railway's problem to fix: owner
Hants' Faces Friday — Janet Matheson
Armchair Olympians Day 10
Russell Wangersky: The 2026 Olympics? No thanks!
Editorial: Plastic plague
The Hants Journal
Annapolis Valley distilleries pick up numerous awards at Canadian Artisan Spirits Competition
NSLC plans to stick with cannabis ‘essentials’ for now
Get ‘Financially Naked’ with your spouse
N.L. man finds diet success in weight-loss support group
The cost of skinny
New creative space in downtown Windsor to give people hands-on experience with arts, crafts
Commitment to Community - Valley Credit Union opens new homey-but-high-tech Bridgetown branch office
BRIDGETOWN, NS - When they cut the ribbon to officially open the new Valley Credit Union branch in Bridgetown Jan. 24, it signified a commitment to community and a fresh new approach to banking. Valley Credit Union president and CEO Len Ells was ...
History and Hops - Fort town brewery mans the cannons and joins Nova Scotia’s growing craft beer revolution
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, NS - Care for a Ceasefire IPA? How about an Acadian Honey Brown or a King George Porter? If you were buying a beer in Annapolis Royal those names suddenly make sense. Just like Courthouse Vanilla Coffee Stout. Paul St Laurent ...
Passing the stress test
There’s a lot of excitement that comes with buying your first home. There can also be a lot of stress, most of which stems from dealing with banks or other lenders as your try to nail down a mortgage. As of Jan. 1, that process just became a ...
Three years ago, then 20-something Ali Kazerani bought some Bitcoin, an online currency neither backed by gold nor declared legal tender by any government. It’s just lines of code on computers. Most famous as something computer-savvy people ...
Waste company donates $200,000 to Newport and District Rink, obtains naming rights
The Newport and District Rink in Brooklyn has a new name and a new look, thanks to a major contribution from GFL. ...
Canning's Big Wigs diner has closed
Big Wigs, Canning’s town diner, has officially closed for business. ...
Healthy Business - Middleton’s Valley Flaxflour celebrates 20 years of good-for-you products
MIDDLETON, NS - Howard Selig has been grinding flax flour for a lot of years. In fact this year marks two decades of milling gluten-free flours and mixes in Middleton. Nova Scotia’s Premier dropped by Valley Flaxflour Jan. 22 to see how he ...
Liverpool facility granted medical marijuana licence
LIVERPOOL – In the big pond of medical marijuana production, a Liverpool-based company that grows pot in tanks with koi – a long-lived species of carp - is still a small fish. But it's got huge plans. On Jan. 19, that company, ...
Department of Energy director says Onshore Atlas Project is baseline of data, not guarantee of riches
An energy expert says they've made their 'best guess' when it comes to determining the amount of shale gas that could be recovered ...
Schoolhouse Brewery signage gets go-ahead from Windsor council
Windsor's downtown brewery is about to become much more visible to visitors as they enter town limits. ...