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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Heather Beach reopens to swimmers
A popular beach along the Northumberland Strait reopened early Monday after being closed for several days due to high bacteria counts in the water. “Heather Beach was closed for swimming on Aug. 12 when routine water sampling results showed ...
Wentworth joins Bun Betts in celebrating 100 years of biking
Wyman Betts is not your average centenarian. While many his age are just happy to be alive, Betts, ‘Bun’ to his friends and family, continues to live life to the fullest. And it hasn’t gone unrecognized by his ...
Walking through pre-history at Five Islands Provincial Park
Paul and Alannah Vreeland are fascinated with the geology of Nova Scotia’s Fundy shore. The Charlottetown, P.E.I. residents were in Five Islands on Aug. 17 to participate in a beach walk with Saint Mary’s University geology professor ...
Cumberland County business leaders talk about growing the local economy
If Cumberland County is going to grow economically its people have to lead the charge because government can’t be expected to. Speaking during a morning breakfast led by Cumberland North MLA Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin in partnership with the ...
It's Acadian Day in Amherst
Acadian flags are flying over today (Thursday), as local residents celebrate Acadian culture on National Acadian Day. The flags are flying in front of the Community Credit Union Business Innovation Centre and in the park at the corner of Church ...
Video showcases commemoration of Amherst’s First World War internment camp
The commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the closing of Amherst’s First World War One internment camp has been chronicled for future generations. ARC Social Media and Patrick Manifold have produced a 12-minute video that gives a brief ...
Close call for Amherst town councillor, Green Party candidate
Jason Blanch has extensive experience sailing the waters of the Northumberland Strait, but a minor incident on Tuesday left his sailboat on its side, three people in the water and a prompted a response from search and rescue. “I feel so bad ...
Amherst firefighters battle second blaze in 24 hours
Tamara McKinnon thought it was odd to see smoke coming from an Amherst home early Wednesday morning. She and her friend were driving home from a downtown convenience store at around 3:30 a.m. when they saw the smoke. “I saw the smoke and ...
Cumberland exhibition gallops into its second century
OXFORD, N.S. – Some of the new, some of the old, and a little bit of everything in between. That’s what the 101st Cumberland County Exhibition has in store for in 2019 as it enters a new century. “We’re trying a few new ...
Fire causes extensive damage to Elmwood Drive home
Amherst firefighters fought a fire on Tuesday that heavily damaged a home at 35 Elmwood Dr. “Upon crews arriving on the scene, there was visible fire and smoke coming from the structure,” fire chief Greg Jones said. “We also ...