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She designed, she gifted, she charmed. Halifax's Marie Webb is still riding high after celebrity-packed trip to Hollywood.
Edible Art Café, which opened four years ago between Wolfille and New Minas, is hoping to raise $80,000 by Oct 1.
A 27-year-old is facing several charges after he allegedly attacked someone he knew, choked them, stole their car and then crashed it on Stadacona base property near downtown Halifax, say regional police.
A Nova Scotia-based think-tank says gas price regulation has taken millions of dollars out of the wallets of drivers in Atlantic Canada, but an economist says the report is filled with factual errors and the methodology is flawed.
A woman was found inside a home with a gunshot wound just after midnight on Sunday according to Halifax Regional Police.
Hundreds of doctors filled a town hall meeting about proposed changes to the federal tax system and one by one, for more than two hours, speakers predicted dire consequences for the health-care system if those changes are enacted.
Nova Scotians with yards are advised not to leave soccer nets, loose hammocks, swings and netting around plants in their yards to avoid entangling deer.
Nathan Lewis's continuous pothole problems have always been fixed by the city until this year, when he was surprised to learn what classifies a legally-accepted street in Halifax.
Well-known children's author Sheree Fitch and retired professor Anne Hunt have teamed up to compile an anthology of children’s poems from around Atlantic Canada.
Making a pitch to attract an e-commerce giant is usually the domain of big cities, but Maritime First Nations are being encouraged to "never say never" and mount an effort to attract Amazon to Canada's East Coast.
Since planners started working on the Old South Suburb Heritage Conservation District in 2015, Larry Haiven says seven buildings have either been torn down or are facing demolition.
Police in the Halifax area remind motorists to stop for school buses which are stopped with their lights activated, after ticketing nearly 40 drivers this month for the offence.
A conservation photographer is sharing his images of a remote part of Nova Scotia's coastline that most people have never seen.
The PEACE Project weaves together the experiences of palliative care patients and their families in a theatre production, with every line a direct quote from a patient or caregiver. "It is not just about death," Dr. Brenda Sabo says. "It's about quality of life."
Scientists at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto are hoping three dead North Atlantic right whales will give them some important insights.
Melanie Mackenzie waited two months for an abortion four years ago and says the government's plan to remove barriers to abortion will change lives.
Two new golf courses in Inverness, Cape Breton, have brought more tourists, more jobs and more demand for water. The town's existing system has not been able to keep up and that's meant intermittent brown and foul-tasting water.