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
Dedication to bodybuilding pays dividends for Liberatore
AMHERST - Caissie Liberatore has dedicated the last 10 years of her life to bodybuilding. - Now it's paying off. Liberatore, originally from Moncton but now living in Amherst, won the women's heavyweight and women's overall provincial championships ...
Senior Ramblers join select company
The 1960-1961 Amherst Senior Ramblers will be inducted into the Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame in October. Members of the team included: Moe Lamirande (front, left), Denny Malone, Roger Legere, Jacques Monnette, Frank Dorrington, Gerry Boss, Russ ...
Roach returning to Cool Blues
SPRINGHILL - The Cumberland County Cool Blues just got a lot stronger. The club's leading scorer the last two seasons, Cody Roach, ended a couple of months of speculation on Thursday announcing he is returning to Springhill for his third season with ...
N.S. hockey dad wont face criminal charges in case of rink rage
DARTMOUTH, N.S. A hockey dad involved in an off-ice altercation at a November rink last year no longer faces criminal charges. Christopher Robert Hubley, 43, of Middle Sackville has successfully completed the provinces adult diversion program after ...
Blades developed by Canadian take boarding from the street to the ice
TORONTO As sidewalks become slickened with snow and ice in the coming months, many skateboarders are likely to park their wheels until the weather warms up. But boarding enthusiasts still anxious to ride even as temperatures plunge arent totally ...