Saturday, August 24, 2019
PORT HOOD: Those with a taste for local history would be well advised to take advantage of the Chestico Museum and Historical Society’s Yesteryear Tours this summer. Dressed in period clothes, John and Cathy Gillies will lead...
GUYSBOROUGH: The Warden of the Municipality of the District of Guysborough says Dr. Anita Foley - a long-time practicing family doctor who recently passed away - was the backbone of the community. Foley, an Antigonish native...
PORT HOOD: Inverness Municipal Councillor Jim Mustard had three questions for those gathered at the municipal office when discussing the collective health and prosperity of young ones. “What’s working? What’s not working? And what more is needed?”
GRANDE GREVE: Cyndy Sampson was not initially on board with her husband Blair’s beekeeping dreams, but after joining him for an introductory seminar, she had an unexpected change of heart. “I hadn’t met them yet,” she...
HALIFAX: Nova Scotia Power (NSP) has reached a new renewable energy milestone and the company says the Strait area has been a valuable contributor to this achievement. In a press release issued on June 6, NSP...
PORT HOOD: Six students from Bayview Education Centre visited Inverness Municipal Council late last week to tell their municipal leaders about an initiative to keep it green at their school. The kids fleshed out...
ARICHAT: Those who worked to build a new facility on Isle Madame for adults with special needs gathered last week for a celebration. On June 6, the employees, residents, volunteers, and funding partners of the brand...
LOUISDALE: For MacKenzie Joyce, the skilled trades program offered at Richmond Education Centre/Academy opened the her eyes to a completely different career. The Grade 12 student found a passion for the welding field, after what she admits...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Providing a safe place without judgment is what The Cape Breton Youth Project is creating for the 2SLGBTQ community by hosting the first ever Queer Prom in Port Hawkesbury. The inaugural event will take place on...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The accumulation of work that’s been done on the Destination Reeves Street project over the past few years was put on display as Nova Scotia Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (NSTIR) showcased the final road design during an information session...
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