Oct. 7, 1948: Capital Theatre front being modernized
Malagash United hosts successful pot luck supper
L.A. Animal Shelter yard sale and open house in July 7
Welcoming gateway signage coming to Aulac, Cape Jourimain, province’s other entry points
Joggins Fossil Centre celebrates 10th Anniversary as World Heritage Site on Saturday
Russell Wangersky: Of peace, calm and other elusive things
Google Doodle honours Viola Desmond on civil rights leader's birthday
Competing in a local market
Big Block Dog walk on June 26 in downtown Amherst
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Veteran Amherst doctor fears for hospital's regional status
Amherst Police bring back bike patrols for summer
Near miss for Nova Scotia from tropical storm Chris
Amherst doctor serves notice he’s prepared to leave over health crisis
AMHERST, N.S. – Patients of one of Amherst’s largest medical practice may have to begin looking for a new doctor. Dr. Brian Ferguson vented his frustration in a Facebook post at the lack of progress is securing help for beleaguered ...
Celebrating everything special about Amherst
AMHERST, N.S. – Amherst is set to celebrate everything A next month during its first ever “A” Fest between Sept. 13 and 15. The festival, which replaces the Blueberry Harvest Festival in August, is meant to celebrate everything ...
Female passenger of vehicle dies following two-vehicle collision on Highway 103 in Yarmouth County
BELLEVILLE, YARMOUTH COUNTY, N.S. – A 67-year-old female passenger in a vehicle travelling on Highway 103 on Wednesday, Aug. 15, has died following a two-vehicle collision on the highway. An RCMP media release says the collision occurred on ...
Capsized kayaker rescued offshore near Tidnish
TIDNISH, N.S. – A capsized kayaker was rescued offshore near Tidnish Wednesday afternoon. “The 911 call came in at 3:49 p.m.” said Roger LeBlanc Chief of the Tidnish Bridge Fire Department. The lone occupant of the kayak, a ...
Firefighter and sand sculpture competitions take place in Pugwash
PUGWASH, N.S. – Fun-filled competitions were carried out at the 2018 HarbourFest on Saturday. First there was the Sand Sculpture competition, which had three categories; Family, Teen and Children. In the end, it was the Starkes Family of ...
Yarmouth's Josh Cochrane's tribute to honour the lives lost in the Fredericton shooting moves many
YARMOUTH, N.S. – Just when you think Josh Cochrane’s heart can’t get any bigger than it already is, the Yarmouth youth continues to show us all that his capacity for love and caring is endless. The 12-year-old was so moved and ...
Soapbox derby could easily be deployed throughout Cumberland County
PUGWASH, N.S. – The Soapbox Derby always draws big crowds at Harbourfest, and this year was no exception. Mike Cunningham, co-ordinator of the Soapbox Derby, would love to see derbies raced throughout Cumberland County. “We would ...
Hazel’s eyes are cancer-free
AMHERST, N.S. – Hazel Rhindress is your typical toddler. She has a smile that lights up a room, is naturally curious – albeit a little shy. She is also on the other side of a cancer battle that not only threatened to steal her ...
Emera withdrawing from ownerless Cape Sharp project
Emera is withdrawing from its ownership stake in Cape Sharp Power as the latter falls in violation of the Fisheries Act. On Monday the parent company of Nova Scotia Power told OpenHydro and its provisional liquidator that it is withdrawing from ...
Amherst Police offering Book of Condolence
AMHERST – The Amherst Police Department would like to invite the public to share their thoughts in a book of condolences for the families, friends & colleagues of 2 fallen Fredericton Officers. The two officers, 45-year-old Lawrence ...