Profile of Andrew Wagstaff

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  • Lots to see, learn during Police Week

    AMHERST — Local police are joining with some of their various partners to give Cumberland County residents a better understanding of what ...

  • Students giving back

    PUGWASH – Six Nova Scotia Community College students have gained valuable experience at Sunset Community this spring, and have decided to ...

  • Preparing for the worst

    PARRSBORO – You can never be too prepared in the event of an emergency, but it never hurts to try. That was the feeling in the air at South ...

  • Armstrong reaffirms commitment to tourism

    PORT GREVILLE — Recognizing the value of the Age of Sail Heritage Centre to the local tourism industry, Cumberland-Colchester-Musquodoboit ...

  • Boaters beware

    AMHERST – Boaters will have to have the proper qualifications before they hit the seas this summer, and members of the Abegweit Power and ...

  • Blenkhorn ready for world stage

    AMHERST – Brad Blenkhorn is excited to play hockey for his country next month, but he sees his participation on Canada’s national amputee ...

  • Training for a healthier lifestyle

    STREETS RIDGE — Sometimes the training is more important than the race. That is the message Mary Purdy is trying to get out to the county, after ...

  • Students look at future paths

    PARRSBORO – Local high school students received a glimpse of some of their career options this week, as the Parrsboro Drug Awareness ...

  • Minor hockey reaches out to St. Peter family

    PARRSBORO – The local minor hockey community is reaching out to a grieving family after the loss of one of its own. Zach St. Peter will never ...

  • Town considers taking over private road

    PARRSBORO – For years it’s been one of the town’s most quiet, scenic and rural areas to live, but Phinney Lane has been a private road. ...