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  • Community happenings

    Genealogical society meeting April 17 - Cumberland County Genealogical Society will meet at 7 p.m. at the Nova Scotia Community College, ...

  • Silent Witness to speak in Amherst

    AMHERST More than 35 women in Nova Scotia have lost their lives since 1990 to violence at the hands of their intimate partners, forever ...

  • Censorship versus freedom of speech

    Joe Howe would roll over in his grave if he knew Nova Scotia legislators were trying curb freedom of speech. Community Services Minister Judy ...

  • The burning of rubber tires in cement kilns makes no sense

    By John G. McKay For the Amherst Daily News Is there something intrinsically unfair about this? Nova Scotia taxpayers are obligated to pay a ...

  • Theives target Pharmasave

    The Amherst Police Department is investigating a break and enter that occurred at Pharmasave on Robert Angus Drive early Friday morning. Two ...

  • Springhill offering library services

    Library services in Springhill are back somewhat. As of this past Tuesday, the library at the Nova Scotia Community College campus is offering ...

  • $7.5 million in road-paving contracts announced

    Chapman Brothers Construction has been awarded the contract to resurface several key areas of highway near the Nova Scotia and New Brunswick ...

  • Community Happenings

    Spring Follies April 13 - Friends Unlimited at Trinity-St. Stephen's United Church will be putting on their annual Spring Follies dessert and ...

  • Being led down the garden path

    Oxford and area residents could be excused if they appear a little miffed after learning that construction of their new high school has been ...

  • Umpires clinic goes later this month

    AMHERST (Staff) - Baseball Nova Scotia umpires division is holding a Level 1-2 clinic in Amherst on Saturay, April 28. The clinic is set for the ...