Carmichael Stewart House Museum plans for the summer season
Chamber of Commerce presents unique booklet to newcomer centre
Bridge playing events in Pictou County dedicated to Alzheimer’s awareness
Pictou County Vital Signs hosts sounding board meeting
Elmer MacKay joins Cecil Clarke’s leadership campaign
Stellarton piper joins Ottawa’s Ceremonial Guard
COLUMN: Discovering treasures in your own backyard
Drawing on the Arts: The art of saying goodbye
Lieutenant Governor Medal recipients from North Nova Education Centre
Marjorie Rose – 30 years of helping people find a home in Pictou County
Glen Haven Manor family council assembly to be held June 9
NEW GLASGOW The annual spring Glen Haven Manor Family Council Assembly, hosted for the family members and friends of residents, will be held on Saturday, June 9, at 2 p.m. in the Bluenose Dock Room at Glen Haven Manor, bottom level. “We ...
Love for Lester - Fundraiser event, gofundme to help Inglewood man left homeless by fire
INGLEWOOD, NS - The daughter of a man who lost his home to fire -- and almost everything he owned – is asking for the community’s help. Lester Jackson’s home on Inglewood Road just north of Bridgetown caught fire late in the ...
DRAWING ON THE ARTS: The art of murmuration
Who are you whom I so faintly hear, who urge me ever on? …What voice is this that speaks within me? Guides me towards the best?” – The New World, Terrence Malick. “To watch the uncanny synchronization of a ...
A community's heart for Millie's mom and dad: The Yarmouth house that love is painting and repairing
YARMOUTH, N.S. – There are many different ways of showing love and support. For a Yarmouth couple that’s had a very difficult past two years, one of these ways includes scaffolding, lots of people scraping and painting, and cans of ...
Cynthia Dorrington: a local businesswoman becomes a provincial business leader
When Cynthia Dorrington was recently named Chair of the 1,600 member Halifax Chamber of Commerce she called her father in New Glasgow to say thanks. The first African Nova Scotian named to the position, she thought it was only fitting to call New ...
King's Commentary: Telling the truth, part 2
James 5:12 A few years ago , a great story came out of Minnesota. During a celebrity hockey game in Faribult, the organizers held a contest during halftime where they drew a ticket, and the lucky winner got a chance to win $50,000 if he shot a ...
Kathy Scott keeps rolling on
Kathy and Dave Scott were on their way to Florida two years ago when their car and their lives took a sudden turn in North Carolina. As a result, Kathy now spends most of her time in a wheel chair but she has managed to hold onto what’s most ...
At the library: Ciad Mìle Fàilte! Celebrating Gaelic Nova Scotia Month
Since libraries were created, we shared stories. We were the space where people exchanged stories, but also continue to be the place where people learn about other traditions. This month when many traditions are celebrated, one of them being Gaelic ...
Walk of life
Sally O’Neill’s message is really simple – just go for a walk. She is the co-coordinator of Pictou County Active Living, a co-operative of five municipal units in the county with financial backing and support from the province. ...
COLUMN: Dutch treat
This spring I’ve been busy tying some flies to replenish my fly boxes. Most are tried and true patterns which I have caught fish with in the past, and hopefully, will catch some more in the future. However, sometimes it is nice to change things ...