The cost of cutting carbon
Scouting to return to Parrsboro?
March 18, 1948: Hospital committee report to citizens
Wallace hosts Cedar Atlantic Chapter regular meeting
Spring has to be just around the corner!
Oxford Historical Society working on interactive map
Community cleanup set for May 5
First aid program offered in Wentworth
Casey continuing to push for better tourism signage around closed Rainbow Bridge
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Rock-a-thon in Springhill on Saturday
Cumberland County tourism committee to sell region as tourist destination
Amherst welcomes new business and financial officers
Mount Allison Convocation ceremonies to take place May 14
McHappy Day raises $7,000 at Amherst McDonald’s
MLA, Cumberland municipal leaders to work with doctors on health concerns
Timothy Wells still missing as RCMP continue search
Timothy Wells, a 56-year-old Windsor man, was reported missing on May 12, 2018 and the search continues as RCMP say they regularly receive tips ...
Springhill goes to the dogs this weekend
SPRINGHILL – Exhibitors love taking their dogs to the Tantramar Kennel Club Dog Show in Springhill. “They love the area and they love the convenience. They have a restaurant, a grocery store, and a liquor store,” said Judi ...
Amherst Provincial Court News for the week of May 18, 2018
McKay handed four-year incarceration Adam Kevin McKay, 27, of West Brook, was sentenced to four-years custody after pleading guilty to assault. McKay was also handed a10-year firearms prohibition, and ordered to provide a DNA sample. The ...
Gallagher dreams big
SPRINGHILL – Forrest Gallagher has seen his share of emergency rooms. While playing minor hockey and baseball and a season with the Cumberland County Blues, the 22-year-old Springhill native suffered his share of scrapes, bumps and bruises ...
Fire departments, firefighters, bring their dispatch services concerns to Yarmouth Town Council meeting
YARMOUTH, N.S. – Firetrucks and firefighters descended on Yarmouth Town Hall the evening of May 17. There was no fire but those who gathered say they are facing an emergency. Numerous fire departments turned out in protest of the fact the ...
Feds announce $2-billion climate change infrastructure fund
As the threat of sea level rise and harsher weather events becomes more and more apparent, the federal government has announced a funding program ...
Health care, schools, environment among issues for Cumberland South voters
OXFORD – Now that voters know when they go to the polls in Cumberland South, it will be up to the candidates to sway their opinions. A year after re-electing Jamie Baillie as their MLA, Cumberland South will be the site of a byelection on ...
Premier urging Cumberland South voters to support Liberal candidate
SPRINGHILL – Premier Stephen McNeil said June’s byelection will give Cumberland South residents an opportunity to influence government policy by having a member at the caucus table. Hours after calling the byelection for June 19 the ...
Pugwash village tax rate to increase by two cents per $100 assessment
PUGWASH – Owning property in Pugwash is going to be a little more expensive after the village commission passed its 2018-19 budget. For the first time since 2004, the village tax rate is increasing – this time by two cents per $100 of ...
Tatamagouche family uses baked goods to raise money for wheelchair accessible van
TATAMAGOUCHE, N.S. – Nothing beats grandma’s baking. At least, that’s what one family is hoping as they raise money for their brother by selling baked goods and crafts. Cookies for Coulson is a fundraising campaign started by ...