Annapolis: Highest standards

Annapolis: Highest standards

Updated on October 20, 2014 - Valley firefighters are getting some top-notch training, thanks to an initiative by the Annapolis County Fire Service Association.

Kings: Party problems

Kings: Party problems

Updated at 06:33 - Wolfville residents upset about rowdy parties, RCMP promise new strategy

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No one hurt in two-vehicle collision

Updated on October 20, 2014 - There was a two vehicle motor accident outside the Circle K in Shelburne where a delivery truck and car collided.  Shelburne...

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Aglukkaq takes Fort Anne tour Photo

Updated on October 18, 2014 - The federal minister in charge of Parks Canada toured Fort Anne and Port Royal Saturday, and learned all about the Nova Scotia...

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Living

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Sports

Community

Digby Pet of the Week: Oct. 16

Updated on October 16, 2014 - Sadie is a pretty little cat, who loves people and is very affectionate. She may look demure but when it comes to holding her...

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Business

Vacancies on LFA 34 lobster committee leaves ports unrepresented

Updated on October 20, 2014 - YARMOUTH – There were plenty of empty seats at the fall meeting of the LFA (lobster fishing area) 34 Advisory Committee meeting on Oct. 16. In fact, too many empty seats. Due to the ineligibility of some port reps that had been sitting around the....

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EASTERN PASSAGES: Small-scale brewmasters have to be crafty

Updated at 06:02 - Walk into a converted storefront on Main Street in Tatamagouche, N.S., and you can come out with a tasty growler of Butcher Block Red from Tatamagouche Brewing, a brewery that happily cites its connection to a two-headed calf. (Walk down to the....

Wendy Elliott: An eye on the weather

Updated on October 18, 2014 - KINGS COUNTY - Nova Scotians love to talk about the weather. We all had our collective eye on hurricane Gonzalo after Arthur’s...

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