Bikers fly high at Bordertown Biker Bash
Amherst asphalt plant protests gathering steam
Cape d’Or receives $292,000 for upgrades
Pugwash hosting climate change conference
Looking back at Amherst's WW1 internment Camp - Part 2
Live Bait Theatre bringing Esther Cox back to Amherst
Amherst Summer Night Market happening July 18
Warm weather finally arrives in the Malagash area
Firemen’s Bazaar coming up Aug. 10 at Advocate Fire Hall
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A gifted realist: Young Clarenville painter completes impressive mural at ice cream shop
Liberal government rejects gay therapy conversion ban
Lifestyle and career choices bring Jeff Douglas back to Nova Scotia
CARSON ARTHUR: Strawberries are one fruit that almost anyone can grow
Ready for a little fruit in your life? It’s strawberry time and I couldn’t be more ready. Strawberries are one fruit that almost anyone can grow whether you have a garden or just a hanging basket. They are great at producing fruit in ...
2 Minutes with Merle Sullivan
The old man mind-walks back to his youth. Like a black-and-white reel nearing the closing credits, one more story yet to unfold. “Well, what was I going to say… 1933 or ’32? I was, of course, going to school then and one ...
2 Minutes with Wally Polson
Sometimes the drive-thru speaker crackles, but the greeting is always genuine, friendly and familiar. “Welcome to McDonald’s, can I take your order?” Wally Polson is a fixture at this fast-food restaurant on James Street in ...
2 Minutes with Jeremy Novak
He’s portrayed a dead man hundreds of times but had never seen death. Sitting bedside this past February as his father’s life slipped away, Jeremy Novak’s view of mortality changed. A desire to make the most of limited time ...
2 Minutes with Carl Sonnichsen
He’s been a weather watcher since he was a child. “Been that way since I was 10 years old,” says Carl Sonnichsen. “I used to cut weather maps out of newspapers and piece them into a journal and record weather forecasts ...
Young Central Onslow woman seeks success on modelling runways
She'd heard the talk. Well-meaning family and friends prompting her mother: "Maggie should be a model." “I was always around when people would say it to her, so I heard it, of course, but my mom never really pushed ...
Sackville minister takes on Great Cycle Challenge
Lloyd Bruce is once again slapping on his bike helmet and hitting the road throughout the month of June for a cause he hopes will change little lives for the better. This is Bruce’s third year taking on the Great Cycle Challenge, a national ...
Once loved, now on trend: Upcycling furniture is easier than you think, says paint expert
By Dianne Daniel Before kicking old items to the curb, you might want to invest in a paint pot. Newer, environmentally friendly paints are making it easy to breathe new life into everything from dressers, nightstands and tables, to large ...
Ways to maximize your balcony space
Balconies are not often known for being big. But they do provide just enough space for you to step outside and get some fresh air, and even host a couple of people. Because space is usually tight, you want to maximize every square inch of your ...
Summer reading clubs returning to public libraries
It’s Summer Reading Club time at Cumberland Public Libraries! Starting Saturday, June 15, all library cardholders between the ages of three to 103 can visit their local branch to get involved in this year’s clubs. “The Natural ...