Tuesday, October 16, 2018
PETIT DE GRAT: A community group has helped to preserve a monument to those who served and died in World War II. Last year, Legion Branch 150 service officer Junior Boudreau helped form the Petit de Grat War Monument Restoration...
KEPPOCH MOUNTAIN: The mother of Jordon Myles says don’t hide, we all struggle – let’s support one another. When Jodi Myles first lost her son in February 2016 what she found out was that a lot of people who came...
JUDIQUE: Folks looking to rest their head in the Judique area will soon have a novel option thanks to the hard work of Scott Archer and his team at Archer’s Edge Luxury Camping Inc. Archer is in the process of...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Nova Scotians continue to add clean, renewable solar energy to the electricity grid with the support from the province, building on the recent success of the SolarHomes program. On Monday, Energy and Mines Minister Derek Mombourquette, announced that...
ARICHAT: The municipality wants to hear from the public as it works to finalize a strategic plan by the end of the year. Richmond CAO Kent MacIntyre explained that the municipality currently has no strategic plan and new provincial funding...
AULD’S COVE: Irving’s original Big Stop location is undergoing a facelift. Originally built in 1974, Auld’s Cove has been the home to Irving’s oldest road-side pitstop where they have been serving their dedicated customers for over 40-years. “We’re excited to begin...
ANTIGONISH: The St. Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation (SMRHF) received a significant donation to their “The Time is Now” campaign in support of cardiorespiratory care at the hospital. On September 10 in Antigonish, Frank Sobey, chair of the Sobey Foundation, announced...
GRAND ANSE: The people of Richmond County want their riding back. On September 14 at the Louisdale and Area Fire Hall in Grand Anse, residents and representatives of various organizations unanimously called for the Nova Scotia Electoral Boundaries Commission to...
ANTIGONISH: Antigonish County is becoming a whole lot greener, thanks to Canada’s newest cash crop. Highland Grow Inc., nestled in picturesque Ohio East, has sent a request to the federal regulator for a final inspection that’s required to obtain a...
BEDFORD: Nourish Your Roots, (NYR) is a healthy fundraising program developed by Nourish Nova Scotia for schools and non-profit childcare centres that connects children and families to the healthy, local and fresh food available from Nova Scotia farmers. Instead of...
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