Canada - The News (New Glasgow)
Saturday - 23rd June, 2018
Something brewing on the waterfront
Karl and Rebecca Whiffen will not only be busy making craft beer this summer, they will also be serv...
Friday - 22nd June, 2018
Stories from the beyond
“Every stone has a story,” says Murray Biggar as he walks through Riverside Cemetery. B...
Thursday - 21st June, 2018
Class 1 assessment vs. Class 2
New Glasgow town councillors had a heated discussion over the future of Northern Pulp’s proposed e...
Wednesday - 20th June, 2018
New Glasgow to demolish John Brother MacDonald Stadium
An old community landmark in New Glasgow will soon be coming down. The Town of New Glasgow council v...
Tuesday - 19th June, 2018
Carmichael Stewart House plans for the summer season
The Carmichael Stewart House Museum is the home of a great deal of New Glasgow and Pictou County’s...
Monday - 18th June, 2018
MacLennan wins 12th Johnny Miles Marathon
Dave MacLennan and Raymond Simpson both had plenty to be enthused about on Sunday morning at the end...
Saturday - 16th June, 2018
Tragedy’s effects are lasting
RCMP Cpl. Glen Murphy is a regular speaker at Northumberland Regional High School this time of year....
Friday - 15th June, 2018
New home makes cows happy
When William Ferguson’s mother and father were first married they used a three-legged stool and a ...
Thursday - 14th June, 2018
Pictou putting its best face forward
Fresh paint and new attitude is contagious in the Shiretown, says a local councillor. Malco...
Wednesday - 13th June, 2018
Smart meters coming to Pictou County
Pictou County residents can expect to see smart meters measuring their home electricity usage within...
Tuesday - 12th June, 2018
County pitches in for Trenton Park updates
Trenton Park can expect a proper facelift with help from a subsidy from Pictou County, one of many c...
Monday - 11th June, 2018
Everyone in Patrick Kelly’s family knows who’s in charge of the 1963 Ford Galaxie. Once...
Saturday - 9th June, 2018
Downtown, circa 1815
People wanting to learn more about the historic Town of Pictou will need to get their walking shoes ...
Friday - 8th June, 2018
Sobering lesson on drunk driving
Grade 12 students at North Nova Education Centre received a sobering lesson on the lethal dangers of...
Thursday - 7th June, 2018
Blaze means setback
It wasn’t just a business that was lost when Scotia Plumbing’s building went on fire Monday, it ...
Wednesday - 6th June, 2018
Pictou mayor disturbed over school losing tech-ed, family studies
Pictou’s mayor is insulted that a school in his town is losing two longtime elective courses next ...
Tuesday - 5th June, 2018
Westville artist’s new collection depicts the beauty of New Glasgow
Sheila Green, a Westville-based artist who was born and raised in New Glasgow, finds inspiration in ...
Monday - 4th June, 2018
Mother marches for son at Relay for Life
Alta Munroe still recalls the time her son Carlton interviewed his idol Gord Downie of the Tragicall...
Saturday - 2nd June, 2018
Scotsburn man offers A Walk Through Time
Alan Fraser has a story about every piece history in his new museum. Considering the large ...
Friday - 1st June, 2018
Caribou firefighters purchase specialty gear to save lives
A local fire department has recently purchased new equipment that could increase the survival rate o...
Thursday - 31st May, 2018
Pictou refugee sponsors frustrated by paperwork
Donna Collins and her husband Stephen MacKenzie are frustrated that local sponsors like themselves o...
Wednesday - 30th May, 2018
Family upset over change to bus routine
For about 12 years the school bus has pulled in front of the home of Paul and Sandy Knight on Abercr...
Tuesday - 29th May, 2018
Disheartening act of vandalism
Helen Baudoux-McLaughlin used the word “disheartened” more than once. She is the chairp...
Monday - 28th May, 2018
Paddles up, ladies!
At first glance, the 11 women paddling to a drumbeat up New Glasgow’s East River look like any oth...
Saturday - 26th May, 2018
Company wins $343,745 settlement from Westville
A local construction company will be paid more than $300,000 by the Town of Westville after taking a...
Friday - 25th May, 2018
It can put a cramp in your day
Crohn’s disease doesn’t discriminate against age. Henry Walsh was 60, Rebecca DeCoste w...
Thursday - 24th May, 2018
Hungry bears making rounds
Black bears are on the move again in Pictou County. Dave Steeves, district technician of fo...
Wednesday - 23rd May, 2018
Mac Attack waging campaign
One of the first teams to grace the track at the Scott Weeks Sport Centre when the Relay for Life fi...
Tuesday - 22nd May, 2018
Do some laps
Young runners in the Bobby Gill Memorial (top), Cromwell Memorial (middle), Paul MacDonald Memorial ...
Monday - 21st May, 2018
Saturday - 19th May, 2018
‘All three of us – together’ Mason family reflect one year later on loss of son Kale
Everywhere they looked around their home in Little Harbour, the Masons would see reminders of their ...
Friday - 18th May, 2018
Music was Fraser’s passion
A late Pictou County musician who found success by following his passion is a role model to others, ...
Thursday - 17th May, 2018
New Syrian family headed to Pictou
A refugee sponsor group in Pictou is excited to meet a third Syrian family due to arrive in Nova Sco...
Wednesday - 16th May, 2018
A royal affair
Sandy Guadagni isn’t a guest at the Royal Wedding this weekend, but that isn’t stopping her from...
Tuesday - 15th May, 2018
Wellness Centre tackles finances
The Pictou County Wellness Centre Building Authority took the first steps in managing its own affair...
Monday - 14th May, 2018
Church hall gets money for well renos
The Springville Presbyterian Church is receiving $1,950 in federal funds to fix up its well under Ot...
Saturday - 12th May, 2018
All in stitches
Forty-three volunteers formed an assembly-line operation Friday to put a smile on a child’s face.&...
Friday - 11th May, 2018
River John author hopes to start conversation about mental health
The April release of Sheree Fitch’s newest book, EveryBody’s Different on EveryBody Street has b...
Thursday - 10th May, 2018
A green showcase
The New Glasgow Community Garden recently moved, but the gardening plants won’t be starting at the...
Wednesday - 9th May, 2018
Mine employee recalls eerie silence after Westray explosion
Eerie silence. From the time he called the front guard to say “both tunnels have been blo...
Tuesday - 8th May, 2018
One good turn…
Remember all those scraps you’ve been tossing in your green bin? Pictou County Solid Waste is read...
Monday - 7th May, 2018
Archers take aim at prostate cancer
Archers from across Pictou County and as far away as New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island lined up...
Saturday - 5th May, 2018
New services coming soon
A real estate development company that purchased land at the Pictou roundabout is currently in negot...
Friday - 4th May, 2018
Jaxton Brock hits lobster jackpot
The piercing sound of a winch shattered the predawn ocean calm as a yellow trap was hauled up from t...
Thursday - 3rd May, 2018
Break from the pen
RCMP Const. Blake Thornley was driving down Hwy 289 in Lansdowne when he came across some rather lar...
Wednesday - 2nd May, 2018
Matter of opinion
“Will you marry me?” These four words are often the common denominator in most proposals.&nb...
Tuesday - 1st May, 2018
Exit 27 closure causes confusion
Business operators along a rural Nova Scotia highway want better signage to direct motorists their w...
Monday - 30th April, 2018
What makes a good pizza?
Lee Stewart loves a meaty cheesy pizza topped with brown sauce. For him, the best pizza is ...
Saturday - 28th April, 2018
Walking for water
Tess Murray hands off a water jug to Trenton students during an exercise for WE Walk for Water Frida...
Friday - 27th April, 2018
Police investigate home invasion
A man suffered non-life-threatening injuries during a home invasion at a multi-dwelling building on ...
Thursday - 26th April, 2018
Fishermen prepare for lobster season
Warren Francis and his family were in high spirits as they readied their brand-new fishing boat at P...
Wednesday - 25th April, 2018
Dry, windy conditions fan numerous fires
Pictou County fire departments and DNR staff fought a number of fires in grass and woods in the area...
Tuesday - 24th April, 2018
No safe place
In the spring it’s frequently muddy and in winter it’s often a dangerous mix of ice and snow.&am...
Monday - 23rd April, 2018
One roadblock after another
Don’t bother telling Mary that money doesn’t buy happiness. Honestly, at this point she...
Saturday - 21st April, 2018
Escaping the streets isn’t easy
EDITOR’S NOTE: The Viola’s Place Society is currently fundraising in an attempt to purchase the ...
Friday - 20th April, 2018
Life was good – until it wasn’t
EDITOR’S NOTE: The Viola’s Place Society is currently fundraising in an attempt to purchase the ...
Thursday - 19th April, 2018
All obstacles aside
The teamwork of Sarah Leblanc and her border collie Caper is taking them far from home – this year...
Wednesday - 18th April, 2018
Stellarton eyes business boost
The Town of Stellarton has been given a tremendous boost, with the approval of a significant local b...
Tuesday - 17th April, 2018
Bingo with a twist
A full crowd of supportive students, staff and community members packed the atrium at the Pictou cam...
Monday - 16th April, 2018
YWCA raises megabucks
The Pictou YMCA has raised $31,000 and counting at time of writing, from its first inaugural Megatho...
Saturday - 14th April, 2018
One of the scenes from a candlelight vigil held outside the Pictou County Wellness Centre on Thursda...
Friday - 13th April, 2018
Open to suggestion
Culture and community were listed as areas of interest during a public meeting focused on the future...
Thursday - 12th April, 2018
Central Nova MP Sean Fraser knows there is stress in his community over Northern Pulp’s plans for ...
Wednesday - 11th April, 2018
School of thought
The Town of Pictou will be listening to the public Wednesday on what it would like to see done with ...
Tuesday - 10th April, 2018
Electric guitars of varying styles and number of strings are lined up in a row. A piano sits predomi...
Monday - 9th April, 2018
Rock n’ bowl with Big Brothers Big Sisters
Dakota Wright loves walking her dog, drawing and swimming. But she also needs someone to share her p...
Saturday - 7th April, 2018
Cannabis plant ready for licence
The Zenabis cannabis plant in Stellarton will be producing legal marijuana by the end of this summer...
Friday - 6th April, 2018
On cleanup detail
Residents of Pictou Landing were updated Wednesday about plans to clean up Boat Harbour, and those a...
Thursday - 5th April, 2018
Something on the side
County council is taking the province up on its offer to come here for a closer look at Westville Ro...
Wednesday - 4th April, 2018
Grass fire deemed suspicious
A grass fire in downtown Trenton Tuesday afternoon has been deemed suspicious by emergency responder...
Tuesday - 3rd April, 2018
Resource Centre officially opens on Autism Day
A milestone has been reached for families in Pictou County that have needs relating to autism.&n...
Monday - 2nd April, 2018
Firefighters rally for Muscular Dystrophy
Firefighters from 14 departments across Pictou County rallied to raise funds for people living with ...
Saturday - 31st March, 2018
For safety’s sake
Luke Comeau stands next to the intersection of Abercrombie Road and the Trenton Connector with an un...
Friday - 30th March, 2018
the cold makes us resilient
A couple of years ago I spit into a plastic tube, which I put into a box and mailed to Ireland. Ther...
Thursday - 29th March, 2018
Online grocery service begins in New Glasgow
On Wednesday, Sarah Pettipas was busy filling a cart at Superstore in New Glasgow, only she wasn’t...
Wednesday - 28th March, 2018
Massive turtle found in Trenton Park
Sean McNeil was walking in Trenton Park on Monday when he came across an unusual sight. The...
Tuesday - 27th March, 2018
A wish come true
Dennis Francis will soon be living the wrestling fan’s dream when he travels to New Orleans in Apr...
Monday - 26th March, 2018
Jobs needed to defuse population bomb
A local immigration advocate says that fresh jobs are urgently needed to defuse a population time bo...
Saturday - 24th March, 2018
Focus on coming cleanup
Opportunity awaits. Ken Swain, manager of the Boat Harbour cleanup project, doesn’t know ...
Friday - 23rd March, 2018
New year, happy old memories
One of Mahsa Ghoreishi’s favourite childhood memories was a crisp banknote pressed into her hand b...
Thursday - 22nd March, 2018
Popular event returns
Anyone looking to buy, build or renovate their home – or a home away from home – is in for a tre...
Wednesday - 21st March, 2018
Because of Brayden
When someone’s sick, a community’s natural reaction is to hold a monetary fundraiser. T...
Tuesday - 20th March, 2018
Milner’s carving attracts attention on East River Road
The week began with the sounds of a chainsaw buzzing and a lot of sawdust flying just outside Sharpe...
Monday - 19th March, 2018
Salute to the old country on Paddy’s Day
Paula Bryan looks back fondly on her 17 years in Ireland. Listen closely, and you can still detect t...
Saturday - 17th March, 2018
‘New level to crisis’ Psychiatry resources in Pictou County temporarily unavailable as doctor leaves
Psychiatry resources are temporarily unavailable in Pictou County. Kristen Lipscombe, senio...
Friday - 16th March, 2018
Every job needs a boss and Bradley Polley, 4, of Stellarton was playing the role well as he waited h...
Thursday - 15th March, 2018
Kids do battle on March break
Kids stormed cardboard forts armed with homemade catapults flinging little balls in a full-on mediev...
Wednesday - 14th March, 2018
Good news coming for Stellarton, says mayor
Marijuana could soon be produced in Stellarton. Stellarton Mayor Danny MacGillivray confirm...
Tuesday - 13th March, 2018
Insectarium tickles curiosity
Highland Square Mall was host to a lot of creepy-crawlies Monday, and a lot of intrigued guests.&...
Monday - 12th March, 2018
Museum gives kids a March break
Kids went full-on medieval, complete with jousting and model catapults flinging balls at their paren...
Saturday - 10th March, 2018
Fly away home
Pictou’s pigeon population continues to be a problem. Council urged residents during a co...
Friday - 9th March, 2018
‘Tired of being afterthoughts’
A federal senator delivered a powerful message of work yet to be done in tackling violence against f...
Thursday - 8th March, 2018
Students with the Restaurantworx recently held an appreciation brunch for local employers who partic...
Wednesday - 7th March, 2018
On sick leave
New Glasgow Academy was expected to get a deep clean last night to help counteract some illness that...
Tuesday - 6th March, 2018
While it may not seem like there is much happening in the East River Business Park, New Glasgow CAO ...
Monday - 5th March, 2018
Meet Hockey Canada’s newest ambassador
The young Subway Selects player in the No. 10 jersey happily zips across the ice chasing the puck on...
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