German delegation scouts Amherst for POW camp’s 100th anniversary
POLL: Canadians asked to vote on new Juicy Fruit jingle
Honour bestowed upon an unnamed hill: Geographical Names Board names ...
SLIDESHOW: North Kentville fire damages homes, RV and car
N.S. wants more information about Northern Pulp wastewater plan
On the Move Partnership explores effects of commuting for work in N.L.
Amherst Police to target illegal parking at Saturday’s Ramblers hockey ...
Oxford sinkhole mystery could soon be solved
Green scores three in Ramblers win over Lumberjacks
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Spring Street Academy students thinking green
Minor collision near Amherst
Springhill woman pens book about her experiences with Cystic Fibrosis and double lung transplant
Pregnant women warned that after May there may be times when babies can't be delivered at Yarmouth Regional Hospital
Federal funding announced for Nova Scotia women's organizations
Fred Penner helping his four-legged namesake find a new home
New Salem man facing six arson charges
A 31-year-old man will remain in custody after being charged with six counts of arson following a rash of fires in New Salem during the last two weeks. Tyler Dara Stronge was arrested by Cumberland RCMP after its officers and the Advocate District ...
Isle Haute to join Canada’s National Wildlife Area list
Garry Donaldson has been enchanted with Isle Haute since he was a teen. Now the manager of migratory birds and habitat for the Canadian Wildlife Service, he couldn’t be happier that his department, Environment and Climate Change Canada, will ...
Business series travelling throughout Cumberland County
AMHERST, N.S. – The Cumberland Business Information Series continues for the month of April and May in Parrsboro, Joggins, Wentworth, and Pugwash. The information series is for anybody interested in starting their own business, business ...
Frenette’s magic hands providing warmth for Cumberland County newborns
Pat Frenette has magic fingers. Her creations, although small in size, have been helping keeping babies warm as the enter the world at the Cumberland Regional Health Care Centre. “I knit pretty fast,” said the 84-year-old Brookdale ...
International Parrsboro Plein Air Festival returning June 20-23
PARRSBORO, N.S. – Plein air – painting in real time in the open air - is the fastest growing art movement in the history of North America, and the International Parrsboro Plein Air Festival is now recognized as the top event of its kind ...
Jones, Sunrise Seniors show support for palliative care program
The Sunrise Senior’s club in Lower Shinimicas is a small group with about eight active members that meet in a building on the Lower Shinimicas Road they manage for dances, musical evenings, cards, parties and fellowship. Walter and Patricia ...
Byelection to be held in District 9 Charlottetown-Hillsborough Park due to candidate Josh Underhay's death
A byelection will be held for District 9 Charlottetown-Hillsborough Park following Friday’s death of Green candidate Josh Underhay. However, electors in the district will still be able to vote on P.E.I.’s electoral reform referendum ...
Singing for the Fling on May 8 at Bordertown Jam
The Bordertown Jam likes to share its wealth. The weekly jam at Heartz Hall at Trinity-St. Stephen’s United Church, and its predecessor Dick’s Jamboree, has poured a lot money into community cause. One cause dear to its members is ...
Restoring a piece of Amherst’s wartime history
Bill Casey calls it the ship that talks. Casey, who will soon retire – again – from politics, remains in awe at the model of a First World War ship, the SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, that has been in his family for decades and is ...
New Salem on edge after series of suspicious fires
This is a community on edge. A series of fires has left people in this tightly-knit community near Advocate Harbour in Cumberland County sleeping nervously as RCMP try to find who’s responsible. “There have been five structure fires ...