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  • Man escapes burning home

    Norm Pedersen only took a few minutes away from the stove to log on to his computer yesterday, but it was enough time to catch his home on fire. ...

  • Man escapes home after grease fire

    An Amherst man escaped his home late this morning after discovering what appears to have been a grease fire in his kitchen. The Amherst Fire ...

  • Ruling to allow for residential phone rate hikes

    PORT GREVILLE Telephone service in rural communities could start costing more next month after a recent ruling from the Canadian ...

  • Drug issue takes centre stage

    PARRSBORO The severity of the local drug problem remains a subject of debate, but at least one group of parents is convinced that illegal drugs ...

  • Old post office building eyed as farmers market

    By Andrew Wagstaff The Citizen PARRSBORO Kelly Carlson has an idea for the old post office building, but she needs community support to make ...

  • Larger venue leads to success for spa day

    ADVOCATE HARBOUR Thirty-five ladies enjoyed a spa day here recently, but they were not the only beneficiaries. The event raised $1,100 for two ...

  • Plumbing student prepares to begin career

    AMHERST Paige Horton likes to get dirty. The Nova Scotia Community College student explored many options while studying general arts and ...

  • Students OK after 911 prank

    High school classes were running normally in Parrsboro yesterday, after a prank 911 call raised a scare last Thursday. "The students are fine," ...

  • Legion branch opens new museum

    PARRSBORO The new military museum at Parrsboros legion may help bring the past to life, but the branch president said its all about the future. ...

  • Mayor defends public waste system

    PARRSBORO The town may be switching to a system of public waste collection, but that has nothing to do with the level of service provided by the ...