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  • Midget girls take bronze

    Marissa Rector's late second period goal stood as the winner as the Cumberland County Community Credit Union Midget Girls defeated the Lunenburg ...

  • Cumberland Spartan swimmers enjoy strong showing at long-course event

    Five Spartans swimmers started the long-course season with a splash at the development meet for A swimmers held recently in Halifax. "This meet ...

  • Same sex unions can't be forced

    When the federal government and then the Nova Scotia government voted to legalize same-sex marriages, both were very specific about protecting a ...

  • Looking to help students learn more

    Students in the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board will soon be on their way to learning more and doing better in schools. The school board ...

  • Honouring sacrifice then and now

    At a time when Canadians continue to fight and die in the name of freedom, its important for we that remain to remember their sacrifices and ...

  • Bridge Workshop arson case adjourned

    AMHERST - The 14-year-old male charged with arson in the Oct. 28, 2006 Bridge Workshop fire will return to court this Thursday after defence ...

  • Peewee Ramblers win SEDMHA

    DARTMOUTH Bronson Beaton scored the tying goal and the eventual game-winner as the Cumberland County Jungle Jims Ramblers defeated the Dartmouth ...

  • Hi-tech campaigns

    Another ad from the Tories takes aim at Stephane Dion and there are those who will reason the federal leader needs to be taken to task for past ...

  • Tight budget won't delay ORHS

    OXFORD - Oxford residents are breathing a sigh of relief upon learning their community's proposed new school won't be delayed by the province. ...

  • Urging the county to lengthen distance between homes and turbines

    People can co-exist with wind farms, but only if there's sufficient space between them. Lisa Betts doesn't think that's the case with a proposed ...