By Karen Bradley
Saturday May 18 saw the 8th annual VDay, organized by WAVES: Women against Violence on the Eastern Shore. The event took place at the Old School in Musquodoboit Harbour and included an art show of works depicting women and environmental concerns
By Alanna Jones
Legion 147 Musquodoboit Valley is gearing up for this year's annual fishing derby. The event has become a major fundraiser for the Legion with nearly 200 tickets sold last year
The province will be holding a public meeting on June 5 at 7 pm at the Lawrencetown Community Centre to present plans for repairing and restoring the rundown Lawrencetown Beach Park.
By Mary Elizabeth O’Toole
After a seemingly endless wet winter season, the weather is finally warming. For Pippa Creery and Bob Kloske, the arrival of spring means finally getting back to working on their earth-bermed tire home in Ship Harbour.
By Dee Dwyer
Many dog owners on the Eastern Shore may be familiar with Katie’s Farm and the organic dog biscuits that Jude Major made from her garden, the first certified organic farm on the Eastern Shore.