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Bridgetown girl killed in tragic Sunday evening crash
A 17-year-old Bridgetown girl is dead following a single-vehicle crash at Centrelea late Sunday evening, Feb. 3. Annapolis District RCMP said the Honda Accord the girl was driving lost control approaching a bend, left the road, flipped, and hit a ...
Maud Lewis painting sells for $18,000 at Margaretsville auction
MARGARETSVILLE, NS - It was a fairly typical auction April 28 -- until Rick Bezanson sold the Maud Lewis for $18,000. The Margaretsville auctioneer started it at $25,000 but had no takers until a young woman at the back of the hall said $10,000 ...
Saving History -- Annapolis Royal mayor hopes Atlantic Canadian artifacts won’t be shipped to Quebec
But it could vanish and there may not be much time left. Unless plans change, the federal government is shipping all of Atlantic Canada’s historic and archaeological objects, currently housed in Dartmouth, to Central Canada. The mayor of Annapolis ...
Mystery woman found: The woman whose picture was discovered behind a print of the S.S. Kyle living in Alberta
She’s originally from Wolfville, lived in Sydney, and is alive and well and living out west. "My name is still Rebecca Benedict,” she said in response to Annapolis County Spectator questions emailed to her by Kristen Prouse, daughter-in-law of Paul ...
Port Wade man’s mystery woman hiding behind Newfoundland ship has Facebook buzzing
A 17- by 21-inch portrait of a woman slipped out when the back came off, leaving Sarty to speculate who she is. When daughter-in-law Kristen Prouse of Waterville in nearby Kings County heard about the mystery photo, she thought of Facebook ...
Firefighting gear: What you don’t know could kill you -- eventually
In an eye-opener presentation in Lawrencetown Jan. 19, Michelle Wamboldt of Atlantic Bunker Gear Services in Hebbville showed firefighters what bunker gear can look like after a fire and explained that the dozens of carcinogens embedded in the ...