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  • CUMBERLAND DIGEST

    Four facing arson charges JOGGINS (Staff) Four people have been arrested in a string of suspected arsons in the Joggins area. A 20-year-old ...

  • 4-H members host basketball fundraiser

    BROOKDALE - 4-Hers from across Cumberland County came together April 28 at Cumberland North Academy Elementary school to participate in a ...

  • Ship's Co. line up announced

    PARRSBORO - Artistic Director Pamela Halstead will be announcing Ships Company Theatres 2007 season lineup May 18 at 7:30 p.m. at the theatre in ...

  • Arson ought to be a burning issue for courts

    There have been a lot of fires in Cumberland County in recent months. Too many if you ask local fire officials. In many cases investigators ...

  • Event a time for a pampering

    AMHERST (Staff) - Ladies, heres a chance to pamper yourself a little bit and enjoy a ladies night out. Invite a friend and plan now to attend A ...

  • County 4-H shines at regionals

    OLD BARNS, Col. Co. Cumberland County 4-H members who claimed top honours at last months County Rally in Pugwash had another strong showing as ...

  • PDHS honours top students

    PUGWASH (Staff) - Christiane Jost and Thomas Hebb are the most recent Students of the Month at Pugwash District High School. Spirited, ...

  • Community Notice Board

    Boating course May 3 - There will be a boating course to obtain a pleasure craft operating card from 7 t0 9 p.m. at Campbells Funeral Home (back ...

  • CCMHA to implement rink behaviour policy

    AMHERST  The Cumberland County Minor Hockey Association will soon be the latest minor hockey group to implement a rink behaviour policy. Besides ...

  • Matthews to run hockey school

    AMHERST  Former Amherst Rambler and OHL great Jamie Matthews has taken over the reigns of the Fundy Hockey School. Matthews, who played with the ...