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Shifting gears - Losing your job can be the catalyst for positive career change
OLIVER: Seek savings on scholastic spending
SUMMER SUDS High hopes for hops: Hamiltons Hop Yard growing the flavours that make craft beers interesting
SUMMER SUDS Not just taste: Unique label art, logos a big part of the Annapolis Valley craft beer industry
Discussions and information gathering continues on Bay Ferries' proposal to sail to and from Bar Harbor instead of Portland
Bar Harbor council won't be considering second ferry service proposal
SUMMER SUDS ‘A disadvantage in our own market’: Craft beer brewer association president says Nova Scotia brewers hit with unfair tax
SUMMER SUDS Crafting a new future for beer in the Annapolis Valley
Some say it’s a trend, others say it’s here to stay, but one thing is undeniable: hard data shows craft beer is boosting Nova Scotia’s economy. ...
'It brings people back in time’: New collectables store opens in Bridgetown
BRIDGETOWN, NS - There is a new joint in Bridgetown thanks to Peter Pitoscia. Pitoscia is no stranger to business ventures – or that location. Back in 1990, he opened R&R Sport Cards and Collectables at the same location. After ...
Maine company making pitch to town of Bar Harbor to operate its own international ferry service from this port
BAR HARBOR, MAINE – And then there were two. A Bar Harbor company that has long thought about delving into international ferry service between Maine and Nova Scotia is hoping the town of Bar Harbor will give its proposal the same ...
Blue Mind Gallery opening in Bear River: Nearly 50 artists of various types featured in gallery opening Aug. 2
Blue Mind Gallery in Bear River will be a space for visitors to discover some of the creativity that is found in and around Nova Scotia. ...
Can you escape? Breakout 902 Escape Rooms opening in Coldbrook
The clock is ticking - do you have what it takes to solve the clues and get out of the room in time? ...
Bay Ferries releases June passenger count, says looking ahead 'sales have been strong" for 2018 season
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The Cat ferry’s numbers are in for the month of June and, according to Bay Ferries, during 16 round trips the ferry carried 6,723 passengers over a three-week period from the time the season started on June 8. This ...
Taking a leap: Kings Chocolate to move home-based business into downtown Kentville storefront
“We’ve gotten a lot of positive feedback form customers at the market and decided we wanted to start selling in more of a retail atmosphere." ...
From farm to plate: Martock meat business and agri-zoo offering visitors educational experience
A visit to Oulton's Meats and Martock Glen Agri-zoo is almost like taking a trip back in time. ...
Matt Trask joins Western REN, will lead network's client-facing services
Matthew (Matt) Trask has joined the Western Regional Enterprise Network as economic development officer responsible for leading the Western REN’s client-facing services. To many people, Trask is a familiar face on the regional business ...
'This isn't just a shelter, it's a home' TLC Animal Shelter is full of cats and love
Dorothy Andrews loves helping cats but with limited money and help, running a volunteer based shelter is becoming a challenge. Andrews manages TLC Animal Shelter in Digby, a shelter that aims to help stray and homeless cats. They do help dogs too ...