Amherst is ready for a busy December
New parking arrangement in front of post office could be confusing
Churches preparing for Advent season
Advocate Community Bingo on Dec. 6
Trudeau’s pre-election cabinet
No Santa Claus?
Honouring Wentworth's fallen soldiers
Doctors Nova Scotia appeals contracts decision
PHOTOS & VIDEO: Lobster season dumping day morning in Pinkney's Point, ...
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Four charged after police recover 10 recreational vehicles valued at $40,000
Christmas for Kids wrapping up its 26th year
Amherst Armouries Plus Society meets with military over Col. James Layton Ralston Armoury’s future
This Is When celebrating 500 episodes
Eight-year-old Amherst girl youngest to earn Nova Scotia Medal of Bravery
Bravery medals: Little girl who helped save her family, young fisherman who tried to save his dad
NDP, AIDS coalition push Nova Scotia to cover preventative drug
As a gay man whose community has been devastated by AIDS, Matt Numer obviously wants to see the disease eradicated. But as a scientist, he’s intrigued by the way the virus can infiltrate the human body. “HIV replicates ...
McCrossin hosting public meeting on mental health
Cumberland North MLA Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin is holding a public meeting to shine light on the shortage of psychiatrists at the Cumberland Regional Health Care Centre. “People are coming to the Emergency Department in a life or death ...
Santa visits Oxford
OXFORD, N.S. – Family’s lined Main Street in Oxford Friday night to catch a glimpse of Santa Claus. Santa took part in the 2019 Oxford Christmas Parade and was at the tail-end of a parade filled with floats. ...
Amherst thinking green with solar power project at stadium
Amherst is continuing to work toward becoming one of Nova Scotia’s greenest communities. Town council here passed a motion during its November meeting to spend $256,491 and associated project costs to Thermo Dynamics Ltd. to place solar ...
Cumberland EMO calls for better co-ordination of weather-related closures of highway across Tantramar Marsh
Who closes the marsh separating Amherst and Sackville and under what conditions is something Cumberland County’s EMO co-ordinator wants to clarify with Transportation officials on both sides of the Nova Scotia-New Brunswick border. Speaking ...
Former MP urging province to save ship railway stones from the Bay of Fundy
If it had been finished, the Chignecto Marine Ship Railway would’ve been an engineering marvel of the early 20th century. Today, its remnants are falling into the Bay of Fundy. Bill Casey, who ended close to three decades of political life ...
Residents weigh options on the future of policing in Oxford
OXFORD, N.S. – Input into the future of policing in the town of Oxford was provided to residents who attended the Policing Service Review public meeting at the Capitol Theatre on Nov. 27. “We had some really good suggestions and ...
Converse Marsh project near Amherst part of the toolbox to protecting dikes along Isthmus of Chignecto
Protecting expensive infrastructure from rising seas and possible storm surges could be a multi-faceted approach and include more than building dikes higher or moving highways or railways. TransCoastal Adaptations, led by Saint Mary’s ...
Cumberland County approves eight electoral districts
Cumberland County will have new voting districts when electors go to the polls in next October’s municipal elections. Municipal council concluded the process that will see its size reduced from 13 to eight by voting on its new electoral map. ...
Cumberland County students take part in NSCC Innovation Challenge
AMHERST, N.S. – How can Nova Scotia attract and support high-growth businesses in Nova Scotia? That was the gist of the question Nova Scotia premier Stephen McNeil and NSCC president Don Bureaux recently posed, via the internet, to students ...