Local

Police turn building back over to contractor

Updated at 14:11 - New Glasgow Regional Police Major Crimes Unit (MCU) and New Glasgow Regional Police Forensic Unit and the Nova Scotia Medical Examiners Service Office conducted a search inside the former Temperance Street School early Friday morning in relation to....

Westville ends year with surplus

Updated on July 29, 2015 - Westville presented their consolidated financial statements at their meeting Monday night with a net surplus of $683,816.

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Sports

A moment in a game

Updated on July 29, 2015 - Kyle Macumber waits on deck as his Grant Thornton teammate, Carter Dickson, hustles to first base during baseball action in the...

Golf season now in full swing

Updated on July 28, 2015 - A cooler than normal summer and rain the past week haven’t stopped people from getting out to swing their golf clubs.

Sports

Community

First Presbyterian Church in Hopewell holds VBS

Updated at 16:41 - Junior leaders Sarah Nearing and Shayla Halfyard help Olivia Caldwell and Matthew Nearing make olive oil scrubs at the First Presbyterian Church in Hopewell during this week’s Vacation Bible School. The theme was Hometown Nazareth, which gave the....

Community

Business

Longtime bar owner set to retire

Updated on June 30, 2015 - After 38 years as a major player in the bar scene of Pictou County, Tom Brady is selling Wranglers (previously the Colonial Tavern)...

Business

Opinion

Brace yourselves for a long one

Updated on July 30, 2015 - The suspense was killing us – some of us anyway. Politicians have been talking for months like a federal election is imminent; pundits and media have been making hay with it..

The right training a crucial detail

Updated on July 28, 2015 - Some people simply believe government has a major role in business. Others feel it should stay away. But a plug for a program that...

What lies beneath sure to intrigue

Updated on July 29, 2015 - It was a bad news event at one point – although outside the memory of local residents. But revelations of the recent discovery...

Opinion

Arts & Life

‘Power twang’: Steve Earle headlining Jubilee

Updated on July 29, 2015 - NEW GLASGOW – When Steve Earle closes the Riverfront Jubilee on Sunday night, somewhere in his set will be THE song: his biggest hit in Canada, a four-minute classic about a man who, after serving in Vietnam, returns home and starts growing marijuana....

Arts & Life