Updated at 06:51 - More math classes for high school students, province-wide standards for teachers and an audit of school boards are among the initiatives parents and students may see next September.1
Updated at 09:37 - NEW MINAS - A subdivision resident in New Minas called police about some penguin-style mischief..
Updated at 09:50 - TC MEDIA - A report outlining changes to the education system in the province will not sit on a shelf and collect dust, says the education minister..
Updated at 07:30 - KENTVILLE - Blue skies Friday morning aren't expected to last long..
Updated on January 29, 2015 - WOLFVILLE - The Acadia swim teams will enter the AUS championships on Feb. 6 at Dalhousie second in the conference after another solid performance at the final regular season meet Jan. 17-18 at UPEI..
Updated on January 29, 2015 - Teens can find a little book “blind-dating” romance during the first week of February at the Lockeport and Shelburne libraries as part of Teen Read Week, Feb. 1 to 7..
Updated on January 23, 2015 - YARMOUTH -- The Yarmouth and Area Chamber of Commerce will have a new president soon, as Karen Churchill prepares to finish her third year in the position..
Updated on January 29, 2015 - Exam week is in full swing at Avon View High School. Students are, in many cases, finishing up courses. Some students will even finish up their high school career, as they complete their course requirements. .