By Richard Bell
A standing-room only crowd turned out midday at the Musquodoboit Public Library on February 17, 2018 to hear Ron Melchiore, author of Off Grid and Free: My Path to the Wilderness.
By John Verlinden
For a resident living on the Eastern Shore in the early part of the 20th century, a visit to Halifax involved a lot of planning. For those travelling by sail, a trip from Chezzetcook could be made in a few hours. The return trip, however, would often take four days, depending on the prevailing winds. The alternative was ox team or horse and wagon over rough dirt roads.
By Susanne Merrett
The Latin phrase caveat emptor, meaning “buyer beware,” is not usually something you consider when grocery shopping. Ordinarily, questionable selling practices tend to be associated with used cars and too-good-to-be-true real estate ventures. However, food fraud has been making headlines recently, with the seafood industry swirling in the centre of a multimillion (perhaps billion) dollar maelstrom.
By Marcus Brady
The ESDH boy’s basketball team lived up to the hype this year. After their first two exhibition games in October, the team posted the best record the school has ever seen in the regular season, with 9 wins and 1 loss, to Sir John A.
By Gina Dunn
The Junior C hockey playoffs have started and the ThunderDome (aka ES Arena) has been the place to be these last 2 Saturday nights in February with the Eastern Shore Thunder winning both semi final home games against the Avon River Rats.