Saturday, May 30, 2020

Volunteers at the ready for annual Christmas at the Creamery

Those looking forward to a Christmas dinner at the Creamy Square this year won’t be disappointed. The 16th annual Christmas at the Creamery is well underway with preparations to serve close to 350 people. “There are...

The Great Garbage Challenge

Pugwash Communities in Bloom (CIB) invites you and your family to participate in the Great Garbage Challenge. Litter pick up is an annual event in and around Pugwash. On April...

Making his return

Bruce in the Spruce has made his way back to Tatamagouche from the North Pole. Bruce, the lovable elf who visited area businesses last Christmas, is making his debut on Dec. 1. "It was so relaxing,"...

Man charged in Tatamagouche homicide has court matter adjourned

The Bayhead man charged with first-degree murder of a 58-year-old woman made his first court appearance Thursday through a lawyer. Ernie "Junior" Ross Duggan, 49, is also facing a charge of attempted murder. Lawyer Pat Atherton...

A successful opening

“I don’t believe it.” Those four little words held high meaning on July 3 as Sheree Fitch looked out at the crowd of about 500 people gathered for the opening of Mabel Murple’s Book Shoppe...

Library offers more than books thanks to grants, collaboration with organizations

The library in Tatamagouche is about more than just books these days. The Colchester East Hants Public Library’s Tatamagouche branch is expanding on their borrowing library, as well as programs being offered to the public. “We...

Public meeting to be held over impact of potential industrial developments

The Wentworth Firemen's Recreation Association is sponsoring a public meeting this weekend regarding concerns over impacts to local eco-tourism by potential industrial developments. The meeting will run from 3 to 5:30 p.m., Feb. 10, at...

Faith, Indigenous leaders make declaration regarding climate crisis

PUGWASH - Going back to the Covenant and the Treaties may just be the way to heal the earth. That’s one of the things a number of faith leaders discussed during...
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Group optimistic refugee family’s arrival imminent

It’s been a long journey, however the end could be in sight for the North Shore Refugee Settlement Group. Margaret Boyle, co-chairperson of the group with Remi Lemoine, is optimistic a family will soon be...

A community tribute

TATAMAGOUCHE - If you’ve spent a significant amount of time in the Tatamagouche area over the years, you’ve probably heard the name Morley Bentley. Maybe he was your teacher years ago,...


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