Children's Wish Foundation getting set to grant Yarmouth youngster's wish
Happy birthday, Shirley! Adored elephant survived 1963 Yarmouth circus ship fire
PHOTOS: Prom day for École secondaire de Par-en-Bas
PHOTOS: Yarmouth Consolidated Memorial High School prom day afternoon at Frost Park
PHOTOS: Drumlin Heights prom day photos at Frost Park in Yarmouth
Mariners Ribfest coming back to Yarmouth for the third time July 6-8
Yarmouth Central School students recognized for being respectful and caring citizens for ...
Human trafficking forum in Halifax hears from grieving Yarmouth mom and ex-sex ...
Greenwood Amateur Radio Club hosts field day June 23 in Wilmot
Yarmouth Relay for Life takes place Saturday, June 23
Eat Together Day in Yarmouth and Digby on June 22
Yarmouth-based YACRO Social Enterprises 'incredibly grateful' for grant from Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Digby County students pitch in to clean up Boar's Head Nature Reserve
DIGBY COUNTY, N.S. – On World Oceans Day, June 8, students from Islands Consolidated School’s 02 program in Freeport, Digby County, pitched in along with other community volunteers and Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) staff to ...
Love for Lester - Fundraiser event, gofundme to help Inglewood man left homeless by fire
INGLEWOOD, NS - The daughter of a man who lost his home to fire -- and almost everything he owned – is asking for the community’s help. Lester Jackson’s home on Inglewood Road just north of Bridgetown caught fire late in the ...
A community's heart for Millie's mom and dad: The Yarmouth house that love is painting and repairing
YARMOUTH, N.S. – There are many different ways of showing love and support. For a Yarmouth couple that’s had a very difficult past two years, one of these ways includes scaffolding, lots of people scraping and painting, and cans of ...
Fort St. Louis archaeological research project attracts lots of attention as recent presentation in Barrington shows
BARRINGTON, N.S. – It was standinng room only at the Barrington Municipal Administrative Centre on May 19 when Dr. Katie Cottreau-Robins, curator of archaeology for the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage, presented ...
True story: Play being staged at Osprey Theatre revisits 1979 and the time the circus elephants roamed Shelburne
SHELBURNE, N.S. – Basement Theatre will be staging an original screenplay by a local playwright about an actual Shelburne event from decades ago that involved elephants – true story. Clara Jurgenliemk is one of three youth ...
'Never stop learning': Tri-county students represent region at national Canada-Wide Science Fair
YARMOUTH, N.S. – A high school student from the tri-county region who had a gold-medal showing at the Canada-Wide Science Fair in Ottawa encourages people never to stop learning. Eli Wood, a Grade 12 student at Yarmouth Consolidated ...
Happy Trails - Major improvements through Nictaux on South Shore Annapolis Trail
NICTAUX, NS - The trail through Nictaux was so overgrown that at some points two ATVs approaching each other was a recipe for disaster. That’s why Butch Guitard and some other volunteers geared up and started some major upgrades, especially ...
Yarmouth resident who walked for IWK packs it in after raising $100,000 over 18 years
YARMOUTH, N.S. – A Yarmouth resident who for almost two decades walked annually for the IWK Health Centre – raising $100,000 for the children’s hospital -- has decided this year would be her last doing the fundraiser. Yvonne ...
Full schedule of events for Shelburne County Lobster Festival June 4-10
SHELBURNE COUNTY, N.S. – The lobster fishing industry – which draws to a close on May 31 – will be celebrated in every way, shape and form at this year’s Shelburne County Lobster Festival, with events starting on June 4 and ...
Yarmouth St. Ambrose group hard at work preparing for Syrian refugee family
A house in Yarmouth is a busy spot these days as work is being done to get the place ready for a Syrian refugee family of eight who are expected to arrive May 30. Tony Dorrian, a member of the St. Ambrose refugee committee, acknowledged he and his ...