Updated at 02:27 - AMHERST – Despite sounding like a broken record skipping to the same part of the same song over and over again, Josh Hepditch’s message about getting points in every game isn’t getting through to all his players.
Updated on January 23, 2015 - SACKVILLE, N.B. – A section of the town was put on alert this morning as RCMP responded to a call on Charlotte Street where a man, who was uttering threats, had barricaded himself inside a home on Charlotte Street..
Updated on January 22, 2015 - NEW GLASGOW - It didn’t matter what she was doing, whether it was playing fiddle during the royal visit, donating her talent for a fundraiser, or simply having a conversation, Fleur Mainville gave people her undivided....
Updated on January 23, 2015 - AMHERST – Amherst’s Carly Jackson recently earned a silver medal at the World Championships in Buffalo, N.Y., and she earned a lifetime of memories as well..
Updated on January 23, 2015 - It’s about time we showed some respect for our distant cousins the Neanderthals. Unfortunately they have been wrongly portrayed as knuckle dragging, mouth breathing, overly hairy creatures of low intelligence..
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Updated on January 23, 2015 - The Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board confirmed the inevitable earlier this week when it formally approved Springhill’s application to dissolve its status as an incorporated town. As divisive as the issue has been within the former mining community....
Updated on January 23, 2015 - I think that most of us, at one point, have questioned our existence and the meaning and purpose in life. We have all had setbacks. We have all had discouragements. We have all had great times of rejoicing too. I would like to....
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