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  • Bringing refugees to Parrsboro

    A committee called “Parrsboro Welcomes Refugees” has so far raised over $5,000 of the required $13,500, and is working closely with the ...

  • Remembrance and action

    Organized by the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women Committee, the ceremony of remembrance will take place this ...

  • Turbine installation delayed until 2016

    The two turbines could be in place as early as next spring, according to Sarah Dawson, community relations manager with Cape Sharp Tidal, one of ...

  • United Church closing doors in Parrsboro

    The cost of ongoing maintenance and necessary renovations was just too much for the dedicated but small group of church members to continue to ...

  • First PAC dollar presented to mayor, council

    Designed as a way to help make services more available to those in need, the PAC was explained to council by its creators, Dr. David Howe and ...

  • Latest dinosaur discoveries under examination

    Unearthed after a storm last month, curator Tim Fedak removed the bone material in a sandstone block from the cliff, and believes it comes from ...

  • Katie Belle attracts interest from Nova Scotia Museum

    Several representatives of the museum community visited Parrsboro on Monday to meet Evan and Nick Densmore, the Stewiacke cousins who brought ...

  • Community Focus Day a success

    Association chairman Barb Aris said she got the idea for the event last year after learning about the Halifax Connects project of Shelter Nova ...

  • Gentle Dragons come to town

    Representatives from the investment co-operative visited Amherst for a “Gentle Dragons” session, in which they entertain pitches from hopeful ...

  • Remembering the price of freedom

    The wind blew cold and the cloud formed above, but no rain fell on the outdoor event, which seemed to draw a smaller crowd than in other recent ...