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Outdoor enthusiasts from across the Maritimes are expected to test the downhill runs at Ski Cape Smokey over March Break.
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The Glace Bay Volunteer Fire Department rescued a young girl who had fallen over a cliff near New Aberdeen late Friday night.
A New Waterford woman is denying Facebook allegations that she doctored a photo of her son in order to gain medical attention.
His formal education was limited to a village school in his birthplace of Grand Narrows.
Folks in places such as Springhill who are worried that dissolution and amalgamation will result in a loss of community identity can look to the little communities that made up the former town of Glace Bay for reassurance.
"It's too big of a project, I just can't do it alone," said Bill Davies of his effort to have a pool constructed at the Bayplex.
On Saturday May 17th from 8am-2pm, Maine Sport will be hosting the Georges River Trout Unlimited Women's Fly Fishing Symposium! This is a free event, but space is limited so sign up as soon as possible.
Two male youth from the northside will appear in Sydney provincial court today to face weapons-related charges, after reports they were seen in possession of a gun inside Memorial High School.
The same folks who brought you "The Miners' First Noel" at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Sydney Mines are at it again.
The acting chief executive officer for Enterprise Cape Breton Corp. told a large crowd gathered for its annual general meeting that it can't operate on "rumours."
Michael Matheson, right, of Sixth Street in New Aberdeen chats with Feng Tian, of China, an international student who is staying with him.
The Rocket Scientists, featuring from left, Brandon Hackett, Ephraim Ellis, Cape Breton native Kevin Macneil and Chris Small will perform at the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival.
The late Rita MacNeil will receive the East Coast Music Association's Directors' Special Achievement Award at the ECMAs in April in Charlottetown.
Vandals in Sydney Mines are painting up the town. Residents and business owners want them to stop because the town is becoming an eye sore.