Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Iain Rankin looks to future as premier of Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia’s next premier says he’ll stay the course in combatting COVID-19, but veer away from his predecessor by making economic growth “more inclusive” and taking bolder action on climate change.

Malagash man found dead in house fire

MALAGASH - An 89-year-old man was found deceased inside a home after a fire on the night of Feb. 9. At 7:39 p.m., Cumberland District RCMP responded to a...

Pancakes on menu for Wentworth Rec Centre fundraiser

WENTWORTH – People in Wentworth have proven over the decades they love their pancakes. That’s why volunteers with the Wentworth Recreation Centre are hoping their annual pancake supper will...

Historical society in Pugwash sees increase in genealogical requests during pandemic

PUGWASH – Volunteers with the North Cumberland Historical Society regularly fulfill request of the genealogical nature. But things have definitely picked up over the course of the coronavirus pandemic.

Halifax man dies on local ski hill

WENTWORTH - Police continue to investigate a man's death at Ski Wentworth on Feb. 5. A preliminary investigation into the death has deemed it not suspicious, however the investigation...

SANE program now available in Colchester County; soon available in Cumberland

TATAMAGOUCHE - The province's Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) program has expanded into Colchester County and will soon be available in Cumberland. As of Feb. 1, VON will be...

Nova Scotia’s community vaccine clinics to begin later this month

TATAMAGOUCHE - Seniors over the age of 80 will be the first in the province to attend community-based COVID-19 vaccination clinics. The first clinic will be Feb. 22 in...

Tatamagouche mother worried about access to EIBI program

PORT HAWKESBURY - Parents and stakeholders are worried about reductions to a program for preschool children with autism. Cynthia Carroll, executive director of Autism Nova Scotia, told The Reporter (The...
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Volunteers supporting New Hope School through Tatamagouche consignment shop

TATAMAGOUCHE - Purchases made at Marj's Consignment Shop during the winter will help support students in Guatemala. Members of the Guatemala-Tatamagouche Schools Project are operating the Main Street store...

Seniors’ Safety Program expands into county, for now

TRURO – Over the last several months, the Seniors’ Safety Program has expanded its reach to help people in Colchester County, thanks to provincial pandemic funding. “The pandemic really...




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