The Kentville Business park is growing- and there’s room to keep going. Since purchasing 40 Acres from NSBI in 2014, the Town has sold 18 of those acres to new businesses who have located to the park, and one that needed room for an expansion. More»
An appeal filed with the UARB has been withdrawn, and the file is now closed.
Spring has sprung, the Kentville Home Show has come and gone, and many folks are planning their spring and summer projects. More»
The Kentville Wildcats Senior Baseball Team have found a Head Coach for the 2019 season. John Ansara was officially accepted as Head Coach at the Executive Committee meeting on February 20th. More»
The Town of Kentville wishes to remind residents that winter parking regulations are in effect, and will remain in effect until April 15th 2019. More»
As Baseball season approaches, most NSSBL teams are starting to think about winter workout schedules and roster compilation, but the Kentville Senior Wildcats are focused on finding a Head Coach. More»
The Rotary Clubs of Kentville and Wolfville presented the Kentville Farmers Market with some funding for the 2019 Market season last week. The donation will be used to bring back the Market’s music program. More»
KENTVILLE, NS – The Kentville Active Transportation Plan will provide an all-encompassing vision and strategy for the next 10 to 15 years, including suggested improvements to infrastructure, policy recommendations, More»
KENTVILLE, N.S. – A Kentville-based women’s shelter has announced it will break ground in 2019 on a new building designed with adaptable capacity and a hub for community services. More»
Jenny Osburn serving up healthy food in schools talk in Kentville – Kings County Advertiser RegisterPosted on November 27, 2018
KENTVILLE, N.S. – Jenny Osburn, Select Nova Scotia’s 2011 Local Food Hero, signed on to give a talk Nov. 27 at the Kings County Museum about her passion – getting healthy, nourishing, local food in our schools.