Robyn Maynard to speak at Mount Allison
Mount Allison welcoming Canadian soprano Adrianne Pieczonka to campus, ...
Bent steel and broken lives: why do we drive too fast?
Fighting Fisherman from Baie Ste. Anne a close friend of Sackville ...
Sackville men's hockey Titans proving to be contenders
NB Power customers have options to manage winter power bills
2019 New Brunswick SEED applications now available
Applications available for the 2019 Home Energy Assistance Program
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Robyn Maynard to speak at Mount Allison
Outpouring of supports changes lives of two lonely Cape Breton seniors
Polar dippers set to ring in New Year in Dorchester
Harvest Halted - Province takes 20-hectare Hardwood Hill off list of proposed cuts
Healthy Aging - NSCC Middleton hopes to make campus Centre of Rural Aging and Health
What to do with water - Groups look at climate change, how to adapt to new storm water runoff realities
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, N.S. - Residents of southwest Nova Scotia can learn how to manage water in a changing climate thanks to a collaboration between the Clean Annapolis River Project and the Bluenose Coastal Action Foundation. The groups are working ...
Annapolis County cop earns award, accolades from law enforcement peers
BRIDGETOWN, N.S. - When Cheryl Ponee teaches fitness classes at Training for Life in Middleton, the classes are always filled to the max. “So full that people ask to be put on a waiting list,” said Sandy Murray at the new fitness ...
Sackville youth gain leadership, teamwork skills at recent Cops N Kids camp
SACKVILLE, N.B. – More than 60 kids from the Tantramar area packed their bags and headed to Tatamagouche recently for a couple of fun-filled weekends. Local youth, in grades seven to nine, had the opportunity to develop important life and ...
Historic building on Mount Allison campus to serve as setting for haunted house
SACKVILLE, N.B. – If you thought Hart Hall was creepy during the day, wait until you see it at night. Haunted Hart is a haunted house organized, for the first time ever, by students from the arts departments of Mount Allison ...
EOS Eco-Energy launches rain garden program in Sackville
SACKVILLE, N.B. – In recent years, Sackville has experienced numerous rain storms and floods. Homeowners in downtown Sackville can help reduce flooding by planting rain gardens. Rain gardens collect rain water from roofs, driveways and other ...
Sackville’s Relay for Life moved to March
SACKVILLE, N.B. – October is a month known for pumpkin carving, apple picking, Thanksgiving and Halloween. In the Tantramar region, the Sackville-Mount Allison Relay for Life was also usually at the top of that list. But not this ...
Cheers for Volunteers: Petlock making a meaningful contribution to Sackville and area community
EDITOR’S NOTE: This article, submitted by Susan Amos, is part of a monthly series, “Cheers for Volunteers”, which highlights local volunteers and their organizations. SACKVILLE, N.B. This month, in our series, ...
Sackville's EOS Eco-Energy brings back popular draft-proofing parties
SACKVILLE, N.B. – EOS Eco-Energy is once again offering free draft-proofing work parties all fall and winter. With funding from Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Eco Action Fund, EOS is looking for homeowners interested in ...
Sackville Waterfowl Park photo contest winners announced
After much deliberation, the Town of Sackville has announced the winners of the second annual Sackville Waterfowl Park photo contest. Many spectacular entries were received, and it was very hard to choose three winners, but in the end the judges ...
Community pulls through for Sackville Fire & Rescue
SACKVILLE, N.B. – Members of Sackville Fire & Rescue were in the mood to celebrate Saturday evening after their annual truck draw fundraiser ended on a high note. Earlier this month, they reported ticket sales were down compared to last ...