Pole banner project begins in River John

RIVER JOHN — A local resident would like veteran’s pole banners gracing the village to commemorate those who devoted their lives to military service. Anne Patriquin displayed a prototype of the...
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The Light publishing update

These are extraordinary days. As we are compelled to make a shift in our traditional delivery of The Tatamagouche Light we will continue to serve our North Shore readers with insightful news...

Creamery Square Heritage Society concerned about summer offerings

TATAMAGOUCHE – For many businesses and organizations along the North Shore, tourism traffic is what keeps them going. So with the uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, it’s not a surprise that...

From pandemic to pandemic (1920-2020): Celebrating Emily Olive Bain’s 100th birthday, April 23, 2020

TATAMAGOUCHE - Born just as the second wave of the Spanish Flu ravaged Nova Scotia, Emily Bain seemed destined to show the world that tragedy is not permanent and how one fills...

Sheree Fitch says poem “flowed” out following news of mass shooting

RIVER JOHN – With the news of a mass shooting in Portapique and other parts of the province on Sunday, Sheree Fitch, like so many others, went to bed that night upset.

Masks for the North Shore

PUGWASH – Those wanting fabric masks to protect themselves and others while out in public don’t need to go very far to find someone making them. Throughout the North Shore, many...

Bringing joy to the Village of Pugwash

PUGWASH – It had been about a month between grocery trips to Amherst for Mary Purdy. On her way back to Pugwash, Purdy got to thinking about the residents in East...
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Colchester Waste Management cancels spring clean-up; offers year-round alternative

TATAMAGOUCHE - Those waiting for the Colchester Waste Management spring clean-up program will have to wait for another year. Due to COVID-19, the program is cancelled for residents in...

Pugwash teenager offering delivery services to residents on his moped

PUGWASH – Cole Mundle wants to help his fellow residents during the coronavirus pandemic. That’s why the 14-year-old from Pugwash is offering to deliver goods such as food and prescriptions to...

Health authority creates virtual clinic for Cumberland County residents without doctor

PUGWASH - Cumberland County residents without a family doctor or nurse practitioner will now have access to primary health care through a virtual clinic. The Nova Scotia Health Authority...


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