Cougars finish CBWRHL season with wins over Tigers, Lions
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Titan alumnus reunited with his high school grad ring 35 years later
Storm fluster Huskies in 5-2 win
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Tax rate increase of two cents for Cumberland County, four cents for Parrsboro
Stronge to return to court June 10 to face arson, firearm charges
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Family raises concerns about quality issues at Amherst’s Northumberland Hall
Rock-a-thon Saturday at Springhill Senior Citizen Recreation Centre
Ship’s Company Theatre in Parrsboro celebrating 35 years of community
Jack Paterson knew he was in a special place soon after arriving in Parrsboro last December to take on the role of Ship’s Company Theatre’s artistic producer. “I had just arrived in Parrsboro in December and was trying to learn ...
Street sweeper a sure sign of spring
AMHERST, N.S. – What do robins, ducks flying north and a street sweeper have in common? They’re sure signs spring is here. Amherst’s street sweeper came out of its winter hibernation in the Angus building after the snow from ...
Amherst Police apprehend man driving stolen vehicle
A 23-year old male faces multiple charges after a vehicle pursuit ended near an East Pleasant Street residence on Wednesday night. Shortly before 9 pm, an off-duty Amherst police officer had observed a male acting suspiciously at the Irving gas ...
Cumberland foresters respond to clearcutting concerns
UPPER NAPPAN, N.S. – It’s hard not to notice forest clear-cuts along the side of the road while travelling throughout Cumberland County. Concerns about clearcutting were raised by county councillor Lynne Welton during the May 1 meeting ...
NSGEU president has felt the sting of racism inside and outside the workplace
AMHERST, N.S. – If you see a friend, co-worker or colleague being treated unfairly will you step up to defend them? Jason MacLean hopes so. MacLean, the president of the Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union (NSGEU), was ...
Social costs of fracking, and not fracking, discussed at Cumberland County symposium
AMHERST, N.S. – The Nova Scotia Department of Energy estimates that between $20 billion and $60 billion worth of onshore natural gas remains untapped in Nova Scotia. Developing most of that resource would require hydraulic fracturing, or ...
HMCS Spikenard remembered in Parrsboro
PARRSBORO, N.S. – The fate of the HMCS Spikenard was remembered during the Battle of the Atlantic commemoration ceremony on May 5 at the Government Wharf in Parrsboro. “The human stories tell the best stories,” said emcee Martin ...
Second World War veteran returns to Parrsboro for Battle of Atlantic ceremony
PARRSBORO, N.S. – Second World War veteran Shirley (Lavers) Johnson was back in her hometown on May 5 to take part in the Battle of the Atlantic commemoration ceremony. “I was a dietician during the war. I wore the same uniforms as the ...
Fat Floyd’s Pizzeria named Springhill Business of the Year
SPRINGHILL, N.S. – Fat Floyd’s Pizzeria was recently named the 2018 Business of the Year during the Springhill & Area Chamber of Commerce annual general meeting at the Dr. Carson & Marion Murray Community Centre in ...
Man facing theft charge after stealing from NSLC and breaching his recognizance
A 27-year-old man was charged with theft after he was seen stealing alcohol from the Nova Scotia Liquor Commission store on South Albion Street. He was also charged with four counts of breaching his recognizance. The same male was also arrested ...