Wednesday, January 29, 2020
PORT HAWKESBURY: The weather might have been chilly and unsightly, but spirits in the Lodge Rooms of St. Mark’s United Church were warm and inviting as local Freemasons gathered to celebrate a milestone. “Our charter was...
LOUISDALE: When Patsy Landry decided to retire to her home community in Richmond County after working away for 12 years, her daughter, Brittany Morell, seized the opportunity to make a long-time dream a reality. The mother-daughter team,...
STRAIT AREA: Two emergency departments in the Strait area, less than 50-kilometres apart, were closed a total of 1,664-hours during 2018-19, according to the recent release of the annual Accountability Report on Emergency Departments, published by the Department of Health...
SACKVILLE: Whether it’s dressing as Cousin Eddie from Christmas Vacation, donning a tutu, or eating a habanero pepper, Antigonish native Eric Anstey goes to some hilarious ends in the name of charity. When asked why he...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Charitable efforts in local communities figure prominently in making the holidays happy for families in need, and Seasonal Services is leading the way in the Strait area. For more than 40 years, the charitable...
PETIT DE GRAT: What started out as friendly competition has turned into a fundraiser for local organizations. The second annual “Light Up Lundrigan Lane,” took place last Sunday night in Petit de Grat with proceeds going...
PORT HOOD: Councillors in Inverness County got an overview of an economic and population growth strategy currently being worked out for Cape Breton during their committee-of-the-whole meeting last Thursday. “You can’t have one without the other,”...
ST. PETER’S: Another trio of businesses has added to the shopping landscape in St. Peter’s. Celebrating with an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony on December 7 were Timeless Florals & Finds, Steff’s Celtic Gifts, and Oceanview...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The provincial government wants to know what Nova Scotians think about modifying the policies regarding adoption records. Currently in Nova Scotia, a birth parent or an adult who was placed for adoption as a child...
ARICHAT: The main drag here has undergone a major face-lift. After beginning in July, a long-awaited sidewalk project for Arichat was recently completed, this as six businesses – including La Goelette a Pepe Café, Guardian Pharmacy, Shirley’s...


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