Friday, January 15, 2021

Tatamagouche musician hits top of European chart for second time

TATAMAGOUCHE – Europeans continue to love the stylings of a musician originally from Tatamagouche. For the second time in five months, Paul Randy Mingo topped the EACM chart with...

COVID-19: Mobile testing units in Truro; additional potential exposures announced

TRURO - With the increase in potential COVID-19 exposure sites identified in the Truro area over the last few days, the province's mobile health testing units will be in the town on...

More Truro area locations announced as potential COVID-19 exposure sites

TRURO - Another seven locations in the Truro area have been flagged as potential COVID-19 exposure sites. Anyone present at the locations during the same date and time are...

Tatamagouche teenager publishes first novel under pen name

TATAMAGOUCHE - Nineteen-year-old Siena Hammermeister has just published her first novel, Idris: Eye of the Beholder.  Published under the pen name Phoenix De’clan, the novel tells the harrowing tale...

Potential COVID-19 exposure at Truro, Bible Hill grocery stores

TRURO - Nova Scotia Health Public Health has issued a potential COVID-19 exposure notification for two locations in Colchester County. Anyone who worked at or visited the two locations...

Fire departments throughout province benefitting from weekly 50/50 draws

AMHERST – What started as a way for one fire department raising funds to support local causes has since turned into one of the largest online 50/50 draws across Canada.
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Snowshoe, guided hike event set for Wallace Museum

WALLACE - For those looking to get outdoors this winter, an upcoming event beginning at the Wallace Museum will be just the thing. Hike Nova Scotia is partnering with...

Hope Bridgewater, long-time contributor to The Light, passes

WENTWORTH - The Light has lost its long-time contributor from the Wentworth area, Hope Bridgewater. Elizabeth Hope Bridgewater passed away on Boxing Day while in palliative care at All...

An extra special Christmas for Pugwash’s Sunset Community residents thanks to light-up

PUGWASH - Sunset Community can always be counted on for decking the halls, living rooms, and dining areas for special occasions and holidays.  This year, they have taken getting...

Coping with grief, tragedy, loss, and more during a pandemic

TRURO - When Margaret Mauger co-founded a not-for-profit counselling service last January in Shubenacadie, she carved out a day a week to provide free therapy sessions for people suffering from trauma.




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