Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Seniors ski club supporting PPE at member hills

WENTWORTH – The Ski Atlantic Seniors Club is doing what it can to support personal protective equipment (PPE) at its member hills. The club recently made a donation of...

Mobile testing units in Tatamagouche

TATAMAGOUCHE - The province's mobile testing units are in Tatamagouche for a few days this week. The units provide easier access to testing for those living in rural and...

Traditional exhibitions, fairs cancelled in N.S. for 2021

BIBLE HILL - If you were hoping to take the family to the exhibition this summer, you'll have to wait another year. The Exhibitions Association of Nova Scotia announced...

AstraZeneca vaccine to be available as of March 15

TRURO – A batch of 13,000 doses of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine will arrive in Nova Scotia next week. It’s the third vaccine Health Canada has been approved for...

The Strange Valentines at home in River John: Couple playing music, highlighting community halls

RIVER JOHN - A delightful visit with David Farrell and Janet Mills is like sitting down with a delectable layered dessert: each layer offers something unique and decadent by itself, and you...

River John woman raising concerns about medical response time following father’s death

RIVER JOHN - Grace Joudrey-Clough misses her father’s sense of humour and the patience he showed with her two sons. “I miss a lot of things,” said Joudrey-Clough about...

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...

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...

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...




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