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: It was an evening of learning about education and what it means to people. Last week, StFX’s Schwartz auditorium played host to “Hope and Education: Four Perspectives on the Power and Potential of Education,” the first installment of the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Over 2,300 people gathered at the Port Hawkesbury Airport to take in sights rarely seen in the local area – or the rest of the province, for that matter. “The feedback we’re getting on social media, as well...
MABOU: The dance went on anyway. Earlier this year, with students and teachers facing a possible work action, Dalbrae Academy students arranged to have their annual Christmas Ball moved from the week before Christmas, to December 1. On November 30, with...
PORT HOOD: “Has anyone here seen the ghost ship? Or the burning ship?” That question was asked by Cathy Gillies, an expert on local history, as she stood before a crowd of visitors to the Chestico Museum. The discussion of the...
ANTIGONISH: Renowned educator, researcher and writer Dr. George Sefa Dei said affirming Blackness is a celebration of people and by extension, a response to anti-Blackness, during a recent lecture which wrapped up African Heritage Month. Considered by many as one...
HALIFAX: Nova Scotia’s roads, highways and bridges will see a $300 million investment in capital spending — a $15 million increase from last year. Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Minister Lloyd Hines updated the public on the over 150 projects as...
L’ARDOISE: On July 7, the L’Ardoise General Store celebrated a grand re-opening under new ownership. It’s now being rebranded as Cotie Convenience. In June, Michelle Cotie of Lower L’Ardoise purchased the business, which is located near the busy fishing area...
PORT HAWKESBURY: After working for 18 years as the head cook and manager of  The Rusty Anchor  in Pleasant Bay, Marcella Timmons is looking to offer the people of Port Hawkesbury and surrounding areas a new option when it...
PORT HAWKESBURY: NSCC students want a safe walking lane between their school and the town. On October 2, the Nova Scotia Community College Strait Area Campus hosted a walk-a-thon. The event raised $13,000 for the ROC Society. “About 90 students came...
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