Saturday, November 17, 2018
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Celebrating in blooms

The Village of Tatamagouche is about to get a little more patriotic. Tatamagouche in Blooms Society is encouraging residents and businesses in the village to join them in planting red and white flowers this year...
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Emergency rooms in Tatamagouche, Pugwash see closures

The two emergency rooms on the North Shore are facing closures due to lack of physician coverage. The Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital Collaborative Emergency Centre in Tatamgaouche will be closed until 2 p.m. July 14. In...

A busy season at The Grace

This year has seen a lot of activity at the Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre. Tickets on a $3,000 Travel Voucher were sold and in August the winning ticket was pulled – winners were...

The Readers Choice results are in

We asked, and you answered. The results of the second annual Readers Choice Awards are in and the winners have finally been announced. Congratulations to all those along the North Shore who have been chosen...
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Debate on fracking

PUGWASH - A debate in Pugwash will give the different sides to fracking. The Six Rivers Chamber of Commerce and Friends of Cumberland County are teaming up to host the debate, which begins at 7...
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Fundraising for Guatemala

Two fundraisers are on the go to support 18 people heading to Guatemala in August. The Guatemala-Tatamagouche Schools Project will see 18 people, including seven high school students, spend Aug. 21 to 31 in Guatemala....

Taking things back in time

Things will soon look a little bit different on the top floor of the Margaret Fawcett Norrie Heritage Centre. Maralyn Driver, the treasurer for the Creamery Square Heritage Society, which operates the centre, said a...

Students, community celebrate opening of new school

Ask Brian Holmes, and the wait was definitely worth it. Holmes is the principal of Tatamagouche Regional Academy, which opened for students in September. The faculty and students hosted a special opening ceremony for the...
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A healthier community

If you want to get involved in a healthy community, now is the chance. The North Shore Area Community Health Board is hosting a public event Sept. 27 at 6 p.m. at the North Shore...

On the move

An increased customer demand is seeing local chocolatiers make another move. Michael Foote, who owns and operates Appleton Chocolates with his wife, Heather, said the business will remain open inside the Tipperary Café on Main...
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