Former area resident continues effort to have son's memorial ...
Nova Scotia unveils higher-than-expected budget surplus
Grand Chapter Order of the Eastern Star presents $20,800 to Children’s ...
Downshore Market on Saturday mornings in Advocate Harbour
The Elliotts coming back to Oxford’s Capitol Theatre on Aug. 2
It’s summer. Celebrate life and give thanks
Grilled grass? I think I’ll pass
Time to put more teeth into dangerous and unsightly premises rules
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Canadian military bans face tattoos
The Canadian Armed Forces has inked a new policy on tattoos. The new directive, released Tuesday, prohibits any tattoos on the face or the scalp and restricts them from displaying any connection with criminal activity, nudity, or promoting or ...
Friendly golf course near the Wallace River
All it took to build the Wallace River golf course was two guys, one chainsaw and 17 years. On a busy day, father and son Ron and Al Weeks sometimes get 35 or 40 golfers playing their nine hole course that opened a year ago. “It started ...
University of King's College students get a beer loving education
This has to have the calculus field trips beat. The Brewing Civilization course at the University of King’s College had its final class this week, with 16 brewing projects going head to head (that’s one of Dr. Ian Stewart’s ...