Amherst pre-school benefits from United Way funding
Halloween saw an increase in visitors
Coats for Cumberland returns
Excellence in recycling
Baillie stepping down as Nova Scotia PC Leader
Visitation up dramatically at Fort Beausejour
Amherst Fire Department remembers fallen first responders
Business Navigators help startups cut red tape
Amherst Legion leading annual Poppy Campaign
Cape Breton Post
Oxford residents to fill council vacancy on Saturday
Oxford hoping to engage residents in its future
Deck the Halls house tour returns to Amherst
Oxford area cemetery taking on new life
SAR assets lined up for lobster dumping day off southwestern Nova Scotia
SOUTHWESTERN NS – Inshore and offshore Search and Rescue (SAR) platforms will already be on the fishing grounds and in position when lobster fishermen in LFAs 33 and 34 head out to set their traps on dumping day. A total of 12 ...
Solution being sought as U.S. Customs required upgrades in Portland put Cat ferry service at risk
YARMOUTH, N.S. – There are rough waters for the ferry service between Yarmouth, N.S. and Portland, Maine, with the issue of customs services on the U.S. side threatening the future of the service as early as next season. The ...
A little money in the frog
PARRSBORO, N.S. – Mary-Irene Parker has a frog that just keeps on giving. The ornamental frog is a container in her chiropractic office, where visitors leave their money to buy various items Parker has for sale. All the proceeds go to ...
Amherst may switch to two-stream recycling
AMHERST – Amherst residents may have to start sorting their recyclable materials. Since recycling began in this community about 20 years ago residents have been able to put their paper, empty cans, bottles and plastic containers into the ...
Wilder winter expected for Maritimes
AMHERST – It’s shaping up to be a classic Canadian winter for most Maritimers with above normal temperatures and precipitation. Whether that translates into a white or wet winter could depend on a degree or two, says The Weather ...
Lockdown ends at Springhill prison
SPRINGHILL – The lockdown at the medium security institution in Springhill has ended. The institution has resumed normal operations. The prison went into lockdown on Nov. 16 at approximately 4:30 p.m. so staff could investigate ...
Is protected spaces plan impacting Cumberland County's economy?
AMHERST – The Mining Association of Nova Scotia contends the province’s protected spaces plan is harming Cumberland County’s economy. The association is suggesting that by swapping land that it can support the economy while ...
Tough times for ERs in northern Nova Scotia
PUGWASH – If you showed up at the emergency department of one of northern Nova Scotia’ four rural hospitals during daylight hours in October there was about a 50 per cent chance that it was closed. An acute physician shortage has meant ...
Amherst plays strong role in reporting ticks to researchers
Area residents and local veterinarians reporting tick findings have helped shape an interactive map of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island and Amherst proved to be actively reporting its findings. As of November 2017, the ...
Fundy Connect launches new website
Cumberland, Colchester, Amherst, Millbrook First Nation, Oxford, Sipekne’katik, Stewiake, Bible Hill and Truro will soon be the latest regions to embark on a provincial initiative to promote all the things to do and places to see in ...