Stories by Hannah Bryenton

Hannah is a reporter for The Signal at the University of King's College. She is from Prince Edward Island and is currently finishing her Bachelor of Journalism (Honours) degree.

Wesley Lynch plays with a reindeer on his first Christmas card.

Christmas comes early for three-year-old Nova Scotia boy

Child feels lonely because of COVID-19, makes new friends by mail this holiday season

Dec 9, 2021

Maureen Wilson (left) and her friend Bette Tomlinson were at the seniors care grant news conference Wednesday.

Nova Scotia seniors say $500 grant is ‘a start’ but want more support from government

Seniors care grant to help elderly by covering cost of snow removal, household care

Dec 2, 2021

Dena Keating, left, holds daughter Hannah on Nov. 20.

Type 1 diabetes ‘a disease for the rich’

One mother advocating for her diabetic daughter feels ‘led on’ by Premier Tim Houston

Nov 25, 2021

Coun. Tim Outhit, outgoing deputy mayor, gave Pam Lovelace the deputy mayor nameplate at a meeting on Tuesday.

Halifax has a new deputy mayor

District 13 Coun. Pam Lovelace ‘honoured’ to take over position

Nov 24, 2021

Coun. Tony Mancini speaks during a regional council meeting.

Hate your neighbour? A Halifax councillor says mediation may be what you need

Coun. Tony Mancini wants to divert complaints away from bylaw officers

Nov 24, 2021

The derelict vehicle in the driveway of 32 Quartz Dr. in Spryfield on Tuesday, Nov. 16.

Burnt siding and flat tires: Spryfield home on the city's demolition list

Neighbours have complained about the property on Quartz Drive

Nov 19, 2021

Barbara Adams, minister of seniors and long-term care, (left) and Dr. Shelley Deeks, deputy chief medical officer of health, at a COVID-19 briefing on Monday.

COVID-19 outbreak at long-term care home linked to religious gathering

Outbreak at a nursing home in Pugwash; 281 cases in Nova Scotia as of Tuesday

Nov 9, 2021