Wednesday, December 13, 2017


PORT HAWKESBURY: Just over a month after launching its regular Sunday services, the Strait area’s new Pentecostal church is launching a full slate of activities for children, young adults and other local residents. Twice-monthly free suppers for community college students,...
ST. PETER’S: Music, food, friends, and memories were plentiful on October 19, as a weekly gathering of adults with various mental health conditions and related issues celebra ted a decade of operation. The Adult Drop In Group held a 10th-anniversary celebration...
MABOU: A celebratory feeling was in the air last Thursday as the Alexander Doyle Public Library was officially opened. “Our goal is that the library fosters the cultural life of the area that it serves, and in this part of...
INVERNESS: Warm smiles and friendly greetings marked the grand opening of the Inverness Community Leadership Centre (ICLC) Phase I and thirty-fifth anniversary of Mill Road Social Enterprises (MRSE). “We’re proud of what we achieved here, and we’re also thankful for...
ORT HAWKESBURY: Making newcomers feel welcome – be they refuges, immigrants, or just people from away – was the goal at the heart of the Nova Scotia Community College’s Welcoming Newcomers event held at the NSCC Strait Area Campus. “We...
ARICHAT: A community group hoping to refurbish a former Anglican church building on Isle Madame is reporting progress in its negotiations with the diocese that previously operated the facility. The Anglican Diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island officially...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A quarter-century after opening its doors, the Port Hawkesbury Food Bank continues to see steady traffic and support from the community, resulting in a bittersweet anniversary for those who have stayed with the operation since its early...
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