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  • All sales final after 110 years

    For storeowner Karen Cormier, however, it is the end of a family business and nothing could be more personal. The store was built in 1906 and ...

  • Far from defeated

    Parents and supporters for a new school have a lot of key people in all the right places behind the move – their local MLA, the Chignecto Central ...

  • Cumberland North ends school year right

    The green grass of summer in front of the elementary school was still soggy with previous night’s rain, but that didn’t stop students from ...

  • Miners Memorial Day remembers cost of coal in simpler times

    A survivor of the 1956 mine explosion in Springhill, there’s a lot about the past Ken Melanson still thinks about when Miners Memorial Day ...

  • Answering the call for help

    “You don’t feel,” recalls Const. Travise Dow of the Cumberland RCMP. “You just know your brothers and sisters are in trouble.” Located in ...

  • Former gas station gets new lease

    Downtown One Stop owner and operator Travis Saulnier confirmed this week he’s purchased the former Duffy’s Esso and will be re-opening the ...

  • Seniors being victimized in Amherst Nova Scotia

    The Croft Street clubhouse just replaced the majority of its windows a few short months ago after vandals shot them out with a BB gun, but over ...

  • Wanted: CAO for Springhill

    During its regular monthly meeting, Deputy Mayor Darrel White presented a motion to call on Nova Scotia’s Dept. of Municipal Affairs for funding ...

  • Students, Oxford get downtown green

    The students have had a significant role to play in bring the Heritage Square into existence. First drafting four designs proposals, students and ...

  • A day in the life of kidney failure

    AMHERST – The importance of kidney research and finding cures for when the body’s blood filter call it quits is evident when we look at how life ...