Crushers name Mike Danton head coach
"Volatility in the weather is nothing new, but I don’t want to be ...
Westville fire displaces one
Pictou County Helpers holds successful pancake fundraiser
Woman charged with conspiracy to commit aggravated assault has plea ...
Pictou County road named one of worst in Atlantic Canada: survey
Pictou’s Feral Cat caregivers have a big month ahead
2019 TUC Talks kick-off Thursday March 14 at Trinity United Church
Municipality of Pictou celebrates Spurgeon Macdonald’s longtime service and dedication to sport in Pictou County
Time to go shopping - Annapolis Royal’s Farmers and Traders Market kicks off new season May 18
More than 20 community leaders from over 10 countries gather in New Glasgow town council chambers
Check them out : Over 260,000 materials checked out at Pictou-Antigonish Regional Libraries in 2018-19
It’s you! 30 years later something clicks when Yarmouth County resident discovers identity of couple he had rescued
It had been decades since their paths had crossed. Decades since the Good Samaritan had helped the couple to safety after their vehicle had veered off the road during a heavy snowfall. Decades since they had parted ways – exchanging ...
Meet the lion lady at Kings County's Oaklawn Farm Zoo
Dealing with big cats, and especially lions, can be an interesting exercise — and no one knows that better than Maria Weinberg. “You can make friends with them, and it definitely helps to have raised them from birth," says ...
Going, going – gone: Westville Rotary Club auction ends
WESTVILLE, N.S. – After 69 years, the Westville Rotary Club will no longer be running its annual auction. The Rotary Club Auction started on the local radio station. It was then run on K Vision at their studio for a number of years, and ...
Rotarians host book launch to raise funds for women entrepreneurs
NEW GLASGOW – Rotarian and former Pictou County resident Douglas Logan will officially launch his first book “A Matter of Thyme,” Thursday, May 9. The World Bank has shown that the best investment we can make in developing ...
Plaque board showing former town hall presented to Town of New Glasgow
NEW GLASGOW, N.S. – Philip MacKenzie and Clyde Macdonald recently presented a plaque board to Town of New Glasgow Mayor Nancy Dicks. This presentation marked the 150th plaque board that MacKenzie and Macdonald have distributed to various ...
FAITH FOR TODAY: Safe to shore
It was the phrase in the song that bothered me last Sunday in church that set me thinking. Perhaps the enemy of my soul that morning was trying to cast doubt on my faith in Jesus Christ. Three words kept repeating themselves over and over at me from ...
OUR FATHER KNOWS BEST: Remember Me, I’m The One Who Loves You
This past week, two gentlemen I knew, passed away. One, I’ve known for about 18 years, left behind three sons whom he was a mentor to. I can only imagine the teachings, wisdom and knowledge he left with them as he went on ahead to Heaven. The ...
Prostate Cancer Association offers support in many ways
If past experience is any indicator there’s a good chance that men who get involved with the Pictou County Prostate Cancer Support Association will experience a better quality of life during a very difficult time. The association, ...
AT THE LIBRARY: Céad míle fáilte, a hundred thousand welcomes
May is Gaelic Nova Scotia Month and a time to reflect upon our community’s settler roots. The Office of Gaelic Affairs in Nova Scotia invites us to join in and celebrate the culture of the Gaels of Nova Scotia. This year’s theme is ...
KINGS COMMENTARY: A full day’s work
Ruth 2:17-23 Like most families, our children are all different. My oldest son is motivated by money. He has a great work ethic and will work until the sweat is pouring off him in just about any job he has to do, but especially if he is getting paid ...