Young volunteer recognized

Young volunteer recognized

Updated on December 19, 2014 - Ethan Whynot, from Caledonia, is now the youngest person to receive a "Bronze" award and be inducted into Kejimkujik's Volunteer Walk of Honour.

RCMP vets help out food bank

Updated at 12:02 - The South Shore RCMP Veterans helped the food bank out last week, with a non perishable donation from their annual Christmas dinner. From left are Lauren McKiel,...

Local

Nova Scotia Power warns customers of phone scam

Updated on December 19, 2014 - TC MEDIA – Nova Scotia Power is warning customers about a telephone scam in which a caller poses as a representative of the company and demands money via pre-paid credit cards.  .

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Regional

Regional

Community

Throw Back Thursday: Seasons Greetings

Updated on December 18, 2014 - The Dec. 21, 1994 edition of the Advance was a Christmas edition that included lots of letters to Santa and some drawings from local children..

Community

Living

Living

Sports

Liverpool Curling Club looking forward to the future

Updated on December 16, 2014 - LIVERPOOL - The Liverpool Curling Club has had more than its share of struggles in the past few years, but with most of those behind it the board of directors is looking to rebuild the sport and social aspect the club once had.  .

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Business

Business

Opinion

EASTERN PASSAGES: In memoriam, in passing

Updated on December 16, 2014 - I stopped for one, just one. It’s more dangerous than you think to stop on Nova Scotia’s Route 102, even though it’s a divided...

EASTERN PASSAGES: A tragic case

Updated on December 13, 2014 - Joseph is a carpenter, but this is not a Christmas story. Oh wait — in a sad, small way, it is.

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