Sexual Health Centre for Cumberland introduces Quid
Empowering Beyond Barriers providing comfort for cold hands and heads
Be Better to help set your life’s GPS for success
Pushed to adulthood
The joys of being a foster family are shown in loving care of a child
Our universities play a major immigration role.
Poetry at Large event returning to Oxford in April
Casey, Rankin visit Fort Lawrence site of ship railway
Cumberland County skaters get up close experience at Canadian Skating ...
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Annapolis Royal firefighters make donation to Valley Regional in young cancer survivor’s name
Annapolis Royal’s Chase the Ace jackpot estimated at more than $255,000
Never imagined - Upcoming Chase the Ace in Annapolis Royal almost $250,000
Annapolis Royal student selected from thousands for $100,000 Loran Scholarship
Inventing the future - Annapolis Royal’s Innovation Lab a high-tech maker space for young and old alike
It’s a different world out there. Young people are learning computer code, building robots, working from laptops, and inventing the future. In Annapolis Royal, Canada’s oldest European community, the future is being designed on a smart ...
Are you registered? - Paradise group urges residents to sign up with 811 if they don’t have a doctor
Two women in Paradise are wondering if life will be as idyllic as the name implies once the only local doctor, in neighbouring Lawrencetown, retires this summer. Barb Bishop and Heather Spurr don’t know exactly what to do, but they’re ...
Bag Ban: Group says communities don’t have to wait for governments to do something
While municipal politicians are contemplating what to do about single-use plastic bags, members of a group at a local church are taking matters into their own hands. Communities don’t need to wait for governments to act on the issue, said ...
Paying it Foward: Shelburne County volunteers and students honour girl's memory through donations of finger puppets to hospitals
SHELBURNE COUNTY – Knitting finger puppets for hospitalized children has become a family tradition in the Shelburne area that spans three generations. But it has also become a paying-it-forward gesture in memory of Carmen Faith Huskilson that ...
May 26, 1949: Over 600 attend horse races here May 24
Under a cloudy sky with a cold north wind sweeping across the track the racing season opened in Springhill on May 24th, with over 600 paid admissions. The attendance was considered good under the circumstances. Tribute to the Late T.B. ...
Transfer stations up for discussion at Jan. 23 county council meeting
We began council on Jan 23 with a presentation from Mayor Christine Blair of Colchester County on the subject of mayor versus warden - a decision we will have to make in the near future. Mayor Blair has served as a councillor under a warden and is ...
Federal inaction a slap in the face to Amherst armoury building
What a slap in the face! After 150-plus years of occupancy our valiant fighting force, the Nova Scotia Highlanders, have been evicted from the armoury in Amherst. They were sent down the road to Springhill several years ago. This despite the fact ...
May 19, 1949: Police Get New Patrol Car
The Police Department has been supplied with a new Ford car and members of the force are mighty proud of the new vehicle. A sharp lookout is now being kept for speeders and violators of traffic violations throughout the town. May 26, 1949 – ...
Great Canadian Bible Study at Wentworth United Baptist Church
Good morning everyone and I hope everyone is keeping well, through this long, cold winter. We try to stay in the house as much as possible, as we are afraid of falling on the ice. It’s hard to believe that when we were young folks, we could ...
Work toward a new hospice facility in Amherst needs to continue
Well the first ‘big’ storm of the season has hit - not quite as predicted? Churches and events on Sunday, Jan. 20 were cancelled. Unfortunately it appeared that our chances of seeing the eclipse of the super blood moon were very remote ...