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  • Approval doesnt mean safe

    AMHERST - Barb Harris says the Department of Environment and Labour and the Pest Management Regulatory Agency don't know the dangers of aerial ...

  • Blue Power

    CUMBERLAND COUNTY Nova Scotia produces an average of 40 million blueberries per year. The industry deserves a little recognition. Starting ...

  • Safe sailing

    TIDNISH - Whether the water is smooth as glass or the waves are wreaking havoc, Const. Paul Calder is making sure you're operating your pleasure ...

  • Top prospects get physical conditioning training

    AMHERST - Corey Crocker and Jeff Lewis are helping this area's athletes put together all the elements needed to take their performance to the ...

  • Students get loan relief

    SPRINGHILL Nova Scotias university and college students facing student loan debt were offered a bit of relief last week as two new provincial ...

  • Crow causes power outage

    AMHERST - Electricity was knocked out at a pair of homes in the Taplin Drive-Agnew Street area yesterday morning after a crow shorted out the ...

  • After 100 years: Allens closing

    AMHERST - The times have caught up with Deane Allen. The owner of Amherst Millwork Ltd., Allen's Building Supplies, and Allen's Locksmithing ...

  • Low expectations

    AMHERST - Blueberry growers in this area will fare better than most if they can yield an average crop this year. Steve Gibson of Hawkes ...

  • Time catches up to Allen's Building Supplies

    AMHERST The times have caught up with Deane Allen. The owner of Amherst Millwork Ltd., Allens Building Supplies, and Allens Locksmithing will ...

  • Patriquin reconsiders retirement

    Barry Patriquin ran an exhaustive year in plans of ending his career in international wheelchair racing. But now that the seasons over, hes not ...