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Wednesday - 16th January, 2019
Installed in 1899, the pipe organ at St. George’s Anglican Church in Parrsboro was recently declar...
Wednesday - 9th January, 2019
No ordinary plaque
Extremely busy. That’s how Russell Fisher remembers his brother, Dr. Dewenten Fisher, dur...
Wednesday - 2nd January, 2019
The new normal
Editor’s note: From Sackville, N.B. to St. Anthony, N.L. to Yarmouth, N.S., every highway has one ...
Wednesday - 26th December, 2018
Historic All Saints Anglican Church in Springhill to be demolished
A significant piece of the Springhill streetscape will disappear next spring with the demolition of ...
Wednesday - 19th December, 2018
This is what success looks like. What started as a concept to bring additional traffic and business ...
Wednesday - 12th December, 2018
From farmer to premier
From the time he first met Roger Bacon as an 18-year-old many years ago, Morris Haugg has always adm...
Wednesday - 5th December, 2018
Even though he was a prolific scorer at almost every level he played, Mac Davis remains very modest ...
Wednesday - 28th November, 2018
Unlocking a mystery
So how did a large aluminum key from Amherst make it into a military museum in Moscow? Yes, the Mosc...
Wednesday - 21st November, 2018
Dina Leisch believes she can make a dancer out of anybody. “The Royal Ballet might take o...
Wednesday - 14th November, 2018
For the first time, Nova Scotia’s annual Christmas tree gift to Boston is coming from Cumberland C...
Wednesday - 7th November, 2018
The past, restored
For decades, a wooden ship has sat in the homes of Cumberland-Colchester MP Bill Casey and his fathe...
Wednesday - 31st October, 2018
A hot purchase
How do firefighters keep battleready when there are no fires to fight? They get the fire delivered t...
Wednesday - 24th October, 2018
It all starts with a quilt
Hospice and palliative care are words that have extra meaning for Sandra McSweeney. McSween...
Wednesday - 17th October, 2018
‘A sad event and a tragic event’
One minute, Valarie Alderson was a schoolgirl, finishing her homework at her grandmother’s kitchen...
Wednesday - 10th October, 2018
A cut above the rest
Amherst wood carver Ian McLeod dove into the deep waters of the New Brunswick Wood Carving Competiti...
Wednesday - 3rd October, 2018
The Amherst Food Bank needs your help more than ever. “We are desperate for food,” said...
Wednesday - 26th September, 2018
The beach at Joggins is well known for its fossils, less so for war medals. What began as t...
Wednesday - 19th September, 2018
Journey home Granddaughters of veteran come to Amherst for First World War medal
In the 1970s a young woman found a First World War Victory Medal while snorkelling in Hawaii. Now, m...
Wednesday - 12th September, 2018
Not wanting to ‘rust unburnished’ in their retirement, thousands of years ago Ulysses and his me...
Wednesday - 5th September, 2018
More than 40 years after it ended, Dr. Lynn Salvo still remembers the pain and division caused by th...
Wednesday - 29th August, 2018
Jim Mitchell feels like he’s putting his life in jeopardy every time he gets on his motorized scoo...
Wednesday - 22nd August, 2018
Coldspring Head residents assist in seal rescue
Allie Halliday doesn’t consider herself a seal whisperer, but she was part of an effort Saturday a...
Wednesday - 15th August, 2018
BBC to feature Chignecto Marine Ship Railway
Cumberland County’s historic Chignecto Marine Ship Railway is getting international exposure.&...
Wednesday - 8th August, 2018
Long time coming
Pte. Arselle Delveaux left his family behind when he immigrated from Belgium in the early 1900s to w...
Wednesday - 1st August, 2018
Game of chicken
Jill and Jeff Brewster can’t understand what all the fuss is about. When the couple moved...
Wednesday - 25th July, 2018
One of Canada’s newest historical sites had a special visitor recently. Prime Minister Ju...
Wednesday - 18th July, 2018
All in the family
Ken and Linda Grafton are continuing a family tradition that dates back to the mid-1930s, when Linda...
Wednesday - 11th July, 2018
Patients left in limbo
Bradley Beaulieu has been three times unlucky waiting to have a routine operation at the Cumberland ...
Wednesday - 4th July, 2018
Well done, Canada
ey were really worried about the cold. Heeyeon Son and Nadee Buddhiwickrama are newcomers ...
Friday - 29th June, 2018
Amherst to fully fund doctor recruiting committee
Amherst is prepared to financially support a Cumberland County doctor recruitment committee, but the...
Friday - 22nd June, 2018
Rushton takes Cumberland South for PCs
Tory Rushton refused to take anything for granted, even on election night and even when he was up by...
Friday - 15th June, 2018
Hay honoured during Amherst’s Pride Week kickoff
Rev. Eldon Hay was the epitome of intelligence, integrity and compassion. His work to bring...
Friday - 8th June, 2018
Your summer of sewing
Beth Munroe does not often see children in her shop, Mrs. Pugsley’s Emporium, especially young peo...
Friday - 1st June, 2018
Walking about mental health
The more you talk about mental illness, the more the stigma decreases. The same goes for “walking ...
Friday - 25th May, 2018
Increase averages out to $36.16 per household Amherst taxes going up, but only slightly
Balancing the budget without raising taxes is becoming more of a challenge for Amherst. Des...
Friday - 18th May, 2018
Second Habitat for Humanity home opened in Oxford
The newest home in Oxford welcomed its owners this morning, as the keys were handed over for the tow...
Friday - 11th May, 2018
MLA, Cumberland municipal leaders to work with doctors on health concerns
Municipal leaders in Cumberland County and Cumberland North MLA Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin are prepar...
Friday - 4th May, 2018
Lyla Pyke and Ethen Kim, Grade 2 students at West Highlands Elementary School, were among those who ...
Friday - 27th April, 2018
Amherst restauranteur caught in middle of Jamaica controversy
An Amherst woman of Jamaican heritage is disappointed her comments about her home country were misqu...
Friday - 20th April, 2018
Bringing new life to old cemeteries
Dotted between destinations throughout Nova Scotia are the small rural churches and cemeteries of a ...
Friday - 13th April, 2018
Amherst’s Pay it Forward Pantry helping fill community need
There was a time Kim Campbell didn’t know what the price of a loaf of bread or litre of milk was. ...
Friday - 6th April, 2018
GOVRC to say goodbye to 34-year client
You wouldn’t realize it, but Gary Trask is 69-years young and ready to retire. A client o...
Friday - 30th March, 2018
Smith serving up syrup for 80 years
Some might call him a scholar of syrup, but not Gordon Smith. “I’ve just always loved w...
Friday - 23rd March, 2018
RCMP still not saying much about bodies found in Springhill fire
RCMP are still not saying how two people found inside a Springhill home following a fire Tuesday aft...
Friday - 16th March, 2018
Court of Appeal quashes Kelly’s restitution order
Rhonda Kelly will not have to pay the province $97,000 in restitution as a result of her role as the...
Friday - 9th March, 2018
Lengthy 811 wait unacceptable to Springhill man
Je Hiltz had heard 811 was the place to turn if you had a health-related question during a time of ...
Friday - 2nd March, 2018
Celebrate African heritage by pushing for equality
The International Decade for People of African Descent is not just about recognizing past wrongs aga...
Friday - 23rd February, 2018
Teachers poised to hit the picket line
Cumberland County’s representative on the Nova Scotia Teachers Union’s provincial executive is n...
Friday - 16th February, 2018
Cumberland’s library system cutting hours
Accessing libraries in Cumberland County will get a little harder this summer. e board of ...
Friday - 9th February, 2018
Smith-McCrossin joins race for PC leadership
Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin wants to help create a new reality in Nova Scotia. The rookie Cum...
Friday - 2nd February, 2018
Weston Bakeries support youth mental health programs
Employees at Amherst’s Weston Bakeries continue to make miracles happen in the community. ...
Friday - 26th January, 2018
Baillie out as PC leader, Cumberland South MLA
PC leader Jamie Baillie has resigned as leader of the Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative party and...
Friday - 19th January, 2018
Health care, not disease care, creates healthy communities
Dr. John Ross, emergency physician and professor at Dalhousie University, wants community health boa...
Friday - 12th January, 2018
These hands have talent
Having taken early retirement from the phone company after 52 years, Ian McLeod needed to find somet...
Friday - 5th January, 2018
Amherst frustrated with Via over train station delays
A downtown Amherst development project could be on the verge of collapse and the developer and the t...
Friday - 29th December, 2017
Cumberland County libraries walking a fine financial line
Several months after sounding the alarm about the future of library services, Cumberland County’s ...
Friday - 22nd December, 2017
Springhill musician advances in contest to open P.E.I. music festival
e fan base of an emerging Springhill musical talent can count itself strong and growing. S...
Friday - 15th December, 2017
Hazel home for the holidays
Eighteen-month-old Hazel Rhindress is back in Amherst after being in Toronto for chemotherapy at the...
Friday - 8th December, 2017
Not keeping quiet in Amherst
Marie Sack had been in an abusive marriage for nine years when her brother Harold came to see her.&a...
Friday - 1st December, 2017
Drummer urges Amherst students to channel power of positivity Life advice from a Crash Test Dummy
Mitch Dorge is no dummy. He puts the weight of a successful music career behind his message to today...
Friday - 24th November, 2017
Mining association wants access to Pugwash Estuary
the mining association of nova scotia contends the province’s protected spaces plan is harming cum...
Friday - 17th November, 2017
Municipal leaders request meeting to x aging Tantramar dikes
Municipal leaders on both sides of the provincial border are stepping up their e orts to have critic...
Friday - 10th November, 2017
Paying tribute to a Cumberland County war hero
Carl Schurman still chokes up when he thinks of the price his uncle paid for the freedom he, and oth...
Friday - 3rd November, 2017
Friday - 27th October, 2017
Has health system failed Jeffrey Brander?
Christe Brander knew something was wrong with her son when he started having facial numbness last Ma...
Friday - 20th October, 2017
Called to the bar
When Joe and Laura Potter decided a family-owned brewery was in their future they were coming from a...
Friday - 13th October, 2017
Candlelight vigil held in memory of victims of impaired drivers
AMHERST – Candace Lightner founded MADD 37 years ago, but people continue to be killed by impaired...
Friday - 6th October, 2017
All fired up
It was her first year as a firefighter, and Kathleen Betts was taking part in Fire Prevention Month ...
Friday - 29th September, 2017
Corkum not saying goodbye, but see you later
AMHERST – Byron Corkum is not saying goodbye to his congregation at First Baptist Church. He’s s...
Friday - 22nd September, 2017
Family paying price for living in Amherst
The victim: a work-from-home mother currently collecting maternity benefits. That is, until...
Friday - 15th September, 2017
RCMP mourning loss of Amherst officer
Mike Johnson is crestfallen at the loss of his friend, Const. Francis Deschenes. But he’s not surp...
Friday - 8th September, 2017
Second-ever N.S. sighting: Big brown bat turns up in Oxford
Barry ‘The Bat Man’ Bowman had been waiting more than a decade for the call he received last Wed...
Friday - 1st September, 2017
Birds die after being trapped in Beaubassin pavilion
Lisa Davison was visiting the Beaubassin view park on Saturday when she came across a disturbing sig...
Friday - 25th August, 2017
White’s at the top of his game after 24 years
They say Wayne Gretzky was always the first player on the ice, and the last off the ice. The same ca...
Friday - 18th August, 2017
Artistic discoveries the latest finds in Joggins
She came all the way here from Montreal, but Sophie Jaillet seems like she could not be more at home...
Friday - 11th August, 2017
Pets Planning for tomorrow’s pooches...
Friday - 4th August, 2017
CUMBERLANDNEWSNOW.COM Amherst will honour one of its former employees when it hosts Dwight ...
Friday - 28th July, 2017
THINGS TO know
The first Springhill Music Fest is underway and will continue through Saturday at the Dr. Carson and...
Friday - 21st July, 2017
Beat the heat
Temperatures reached a high of 27 C Wednesday afternoon at 3 p.m. and that was about the same time t...
Friday - 14th July, 2017
The Amherst Lions Club and the town’s recreation department are growing frustrated with repeated v...
Friday - 7th July, 2017
Kicking into Canada’s 150th
Karissa Carroll breaks a board during a demonstration of her taekwondo skills at the Canada Day cele...
Friday - 30th June, 2017
The emergency department at the South Cumberland Collaborative Emergency Centre in Parrsboro will be...
Friday - 23rd June, 2017
Amherst’s beautification efforts are going greener. Horticulturalist Chelsea Baird has introduced ...
Friday - 16th June, 2017
River Hebert District School hosted its annual awards night at the Brookside Curling Club with Jarre...
Friday - 9th June, 2017
Walk for autism
Walk the Walk for Autism is Saturday at Dickey Park with registration beginning at 9:30 a.m. and the...
Friday - 2nd June, 2017
Walk for hospice
The Cumberland County Hospice Palliative Care Society is hosting a Walk for Hospice on Saturday, Jun...
Friday - 26th May, 2017
Amherst delivers ‘business-friendly’ budget...
Friday - 19th May, 2017
See the sights from home
You can now visit the Pugwash Estuary Trail without ever going to Pugwash. Through a partnership wit...
Friday - 12th May, 2017
The reopening of one of downtown Amherst’s most historic buildings will take place on Saturday whe...
Friday - 5th May, 2017
know things to
The newly created Cumberland-Tantramar Chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada will host its...
Friday - 28th April, 2017
know things to
Cumberland-Colchester Liberal MP Bill Casey hopes to double tourism around the Bay of Fundy within f...
Friday - 21st April, 2017
Focus on news
Strong, local stories remain priority, says president and CEO of SaltWire Network Inc., the company ...
Friday - 14th April, 2017
Cumberland county Status quo
Doors at Cumberland Public Libraries to remain open...
Friday - 7th April, 2017
The battle that made us a country. Inside and online today....
Friday - 31st March, 2017
The ERs at two Cumberland County collaborative emergency centres will be closed several times in the...
Friday - 24th March, 2017
things to know
Meeting The Cumberland County Hospice Palliative Care Society is hosting its annual general...
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