Amherst’s Christmas holiday kickoff begins Nov. 15 with light-up in ...
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Another Halloween comes and goes in Williamsdale
Another Halloween has come and gone
Ladies night at Advocate fire hall on Nov. 23
Stop complaining and provide a fair minimum wage to workers
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COMMENT: The Bay of Fundy is full of junk
Staying active despite cooler weather
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Why the Australians are better at buying new warships: report
PARADE OF LIGHTS IN PHOTOS: Tidings of coldness and joy
Cape Breton Partnership launches Victoria County housing survey
Christmas parade schedule for the CBRM
Meaningful gifts catalogue to support regional hospital in Sydney
New preliminary hearing date assigned to Eskasoni man
A new preliminary hearing date has been set for an Eskasoni man charged with robbery. ...
Sentencing date scheduled for Sydney man
A Sydney man is now to be sentenced next month after entering guilty pleas to a host of offences. ...
Minister Churchill again commits to new elementary for Springhill by 2021
The provincial government remains committed to building and opening a new elementary school in Springhill in 2021. Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Zach Churchill told the Amherst News on Friday 2021 is still the target for the ...
Cape Breton flea market re-opens this Sunday
You could say last weekend’s planned flea market re-opening at the Northside Mall was a transformative experience. In fact, it was so transforming it ended up cancelling the entire market, which will resume on Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 ...
Halifax man charged with first-degree murder in Triston Reece's death
A Halifax man has been charged in the shooting death of a 19-year-old man in July. Halifax Regional Police investigators arrested Kaz Henry Cox, 40, of Halifax at the Central Nova Correctional Facility, commonly called the Burnside jail, in ...
Two charged with stunting in separate incidents in Cumberland, Colchester counties
Two young men had their vehicles seized, licences suspended for a week and incurred hefty fines after RCMP charged them with stunting in separate incidents Thursday on Highway 104. The first person, a 23-year-old Dartmouth man driving a Kia Forte, ...
Survey for Nova Scotians on adoption records open
The provincial government has launched an online survey to ask Nova Scotians what they think about open adoption records. Currently in Nova Scotia, an adult who had been placed for adoption as a child, or a birth parent, can request that the ...
NSP working to dispel misinformation about smart meters as installation gets underway
Nova Scotia Power has started the installation of new smart meters across the province, a two-year process that it says will result in technology that will benefit the company and customers. When the network is ready to be turned on in 2021, it ...
Baby snapping turtles "cold stunned" in Beaver Bank
On Wednesday morning, Clarence Stevens knelt in the freezing rain by a lake in Beaver Bank. One at a time he was picking up baby snapping turtles and warming them in his cupped hands. As the heat from his hands was transferred to each of the ...
Halifax stadium proponents amend plans, councillor not convinced
The proponents of a bid to bring the Canadian Football League and a community stadium to Halifax have amended their business plan. “An HRM community stadium is a game-changer for the region,” Anthony LeBlanc, one of three founding ...