Community and Recreation News
PICTOU, NS - Thirty years ago, Henderson Paris and three other runners set out on Pictou County roads to spread a message of love and acceptance for all.
The Meals on Wheels Program in District One is going strong.
Run, Jump, Throw and Wheel is a program that is offered twice a week ( no weekends ) for ages 5 to 8.
Natalie MacQueen of Pictou County Solid Waste shovels compost into a bag held by fellow summer student Tyler Green. The Mount William Site is hosting a free compost giveaway May 6-11.
In May and June 2019, 80,000 Nova Scotia households will receive, in their mailboxes, an invitation to participate in a first-of-its-kind survey measuring quality of life across the province.
The Northumberland Fisheries Museum and Lobster Hatchery held its 24th Annual Fishermen's Concert this past weekend at the Caribou Fire Hall. All proceeds from the concert go towards museum operations.
The River John Square Knitters had their work cut out for them during a recent Friday morning gathering at the River John Library.
Fifty people turned out to the Lunch and Learn at the Caribou River Hall Thursday. Celebrating its 5th year, the lunch and learn had guest speaker Sharon Gibson discuss the...
Spring means warmer temperatures in Nova Scotia, which means everyone is encouraged to do tick checks after spending time outdoors.