Updated at 10:02 - AMHERST – Amherst is going to meet with representatives of the Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia to discuss the fate of the former BMO building, but it’s continuing to move forward with the demolition process.
Updated at 16:39 - AMHERST – The Cumberland Adult Network for Upgrading, All Saints Health Care Foundation and the Cumberland County Museum and Archives are in the running for the next meeting of 100 Women Who Care Cumberland on Sept. 8..
Updated on August 28, 2015 - WINDSOR – There’s little question that the recent fire services dispute between West Hants and the Windsor Fire Department has left a lot of citizens feeling hot and bothered..
Updated at 16:49 - AMHERST – The 32nd Roy Maltby Fundy Hockey School is set to begin..
Updated on August 28, 2015 - I wanted to share more about a spiritual journey. I wanted to bring you with me to a place both sacred and imaginary. I wanted to tell you all about what it’s like to dive into the shimmering water of that place of prayer. I wanted to show you how....3
Updated on July 21, 2015 - FOX HARBOUR – Two prominent Nova Scotian businesses are taking a leading role to further develop the Northumberland Shore into a world-class destination..
Updated on August 28, 2015 - As finance minister of Nova Scotia, Randy Delorey makes a point of watching what’s happening with the world economy. He knows that the drop in the Chinese stock market and the low value of the Canadian dollar are all factors that can contribute....2
Updated on August 28, 2015 - Delegates voted in favour of Rev. Jordan Cantwell to become the second openly gay minister to be moderator of the United Church of Canada..