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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Last of Touring on Tuesdays on Aug. 20
Wedding at Wentworth Musical Afternoon
Open mic on Aug. 24 at Advocate fire hall
Middleton transgender student finally finds her place in a world of adversity
Forestry for the trees - Aug. 18 fair and market in Annapolis Royal showcases woods products from food to furniture
Jan. 19, 1950 –Firemen fight valiantly in sub-zero weather
Only the shell of Frank Alick’s Main Street Store remains standing following a fire which broke out in the basement about 1 a.m. this morning. In sub-zero weather the firemen battled until 5 a.m. to keep the blaze confined to the building and ...
Cumberland's community calendar
July 24 Evil Genius Club 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Oxford Library for ages nine and over. Experiment with technology, science, engineering, and mathematics in hands-on activities. To register, call 902-447-2440. Puppet Show 11 a.m. to noon ...
Canada needs to do more to welcome more immigrants
Canada is a nation of immigrants, starting with our indigenous people, who immigrated here over the former land bridge connecting present day Alaska and Russia. Our country's other founding races were the French and the British. Since this ...
Amherst Recreation Family First summer programming is midway into its schedule
The Amherst Recreation Family First Summer Programming is midway into the schedule with many families participating in activities, getting out to enjoy some fresh air and daily activity! Weekly events include summer multisport, trail walks, active ...
Grand Chapter Order of the Eastern Star presents $20,800 to Children’s Travel Fund
Greetings from Malagash once again! The past week has proved to be a very busy one and it looks like the next one will be too! The bear sightings have been fewer lately but I am sure they are still around! Last time we had a visitor he (she) was ...
Eating better leads to better physical (and mental) health
Let’s talk about healthy eating for a minute. I know, groan, right? But it doesn’t have to be frustrating! The world has made eating healthy so complex with so many rules that nobody seems to know what is right and what is wrong. The ...
Nationally Significant - Black Loyalist Rose Fortune a beacon lighting a path forward for her descendants
A 10-year-old girl, who was evacuated with her parents from New York to Annapolis Royal at the end of the American Revolutionary War in 1784, was named a person of national historic significance in Canada 234 years later. On the 235th year a ...
You won’t want to miss Small Glories at Round Hill Hall July 30
Paste Magazine describes them as one of the “10 Folk Artists You Need to Know in 2019.” Chris Williams of StrongWill Productions won’t argue with that. The Small Glories have been a force in the folk scene for a couple of years ...
Video: Crowds visit Dal AC for Community Day
A large crowd of people stopped by Dalhousie University's Agricultural Campus for Community Day on July 18. There were several activities and displays set up and visitors could get up close to some of the animals. ...
Firemen’s Bazaar coming up Aug. 10 at Advocate Fire Hall
Hello from beautiful downtown New Salem The Firemen’s Bazaar is coming on Saturday, Aug. 10. The parade will start at 11 a.m. from the Advocate School to the Advocate Fire Hall and the walkers will walk from the school to the post ...