This is not a happy commentary on Amherst
Russell Wangersky: Governments should put the money where our mouths are
Let him have it
Nature, nurture and community
Getting to the bottom of the Oxford sinkhole mystery
Trucker show picks up speed in Amherst
Amherst Police stress safety as school resumes
VIDEO: Move over, slow down…or get ticketed
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Something special about Polydactyl cats
Capitol Theatre hosts Doug Patriquin and Back to Basics Band
Community luncheons at Advocate’s log building
Dec. 23, 1948: Legion opens new hall for inspection
Parrsboro becoming a destination for artists
Canadian company luring customers to the bottle cap way of fishing
PHOTOS: 2018 Yarmouth Pride Parade
YARMOUTH, N.S. – The 2018 Yarmouth Pride Parade was held in Yarmouth on Saturday, Sept. 15. This was the second year a Pride Parade was held. A parade was introduced in Yarmouth last year. The intention of the parade is to promote ...
Dec. 30, 1948: Finds banquet program of 1912 curling club
Springhill did have a Curling Club back in 1912. A copy of the program they had for their Second Annual Dinner came to us through Wallace Hannah, who found it recently among the papers of his father, the late Charlie Hannah. No list of ...
Recent Weymouth fire destroys Electric City artifacts, photographs and documents: ‘It’s a major setback but it’s not going to defeat us’
WEYMOUTH, N.S. – By their nature, fires are cruel and unforgiving. And a recent fire in Weymouth is no exception. It took only a matter of hours for the fire to not only destroy two historic buildings, but to claim with it artifacts, ...
Baby Millie's legacy lives on in Yarmouth and beyond in Magnificent Millie children's storybook and Sea Creatures for Baby Shark card fundraiser
YARMOUTH, N.S. – In her 16 months of life, Millie Grace Robertson touched the lives of many. She inspired people by defying medical odds time and time again. She made people smile with her inquisitive eyes and untamed curls. Her love of ...
CART program going in new direction
After 11 successful years of the CART (Children and Adults Reading Together) Program, Cumberland Public Libraries is taking their early literacy programs in a new direction with Families Exploring Literacy. This program engages children ages two to ...
Donation made to Rally Point Retreat that helps those with PTSD
SABLE RIVER, N.S. – A donation of a bandsaw mill by Military Minds Inc. will help Rally Point Retreat in Sable River build upon its foundation as a non-profit haven for veterans and first responders suffering with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder ...
Happy 50th anniversary to Oxford Frozen Foods
Good morning to all our readers and I hope you are enjoying a very nice summer. Wendell and I accompanied Wendy Reid to Oxford on July 21, where we were among the many thousands of folks who watched the fireworks. And they were specular. There ...
Save the Col. James Layton Ralston Armoury
The Col. James Layton Ralston is in danger of being torn down, leaving another hole in the fabric of our historic town. The federal government first said they would repair and refurbish this facility, now they have decide to divest themselves of ...
Where did the summer go?
It’s hard to believe August is here. I warned everyone it would be her sooner than expected. I have no news, well maybe a little bit. Big doings around here on July 28 as Oxford frozen foods threw a major bash. It started with cooking at ...
Three Harbours Pastoral Charge auction on Aug. 18
And the Thunder rolled! What a great way to wake up on Sunday morning! Listening to the thunder in the distance and hoping the rains would come as we all desperately needed the rain. It didn't last long enough, but the gardens and wells ...