May 19th 2013
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J&H marks 35 years
In September of 2012, J&H expanded their reach in Queens County by buying the Castle Building Supplies centre in Greenfield from Stewart ...
Navigating recipe copyright
Now before you panic and wonder if the police are coming to your door for sharing that jelly salad recipe, relax. From I've been able to learn, ...
An open house for Sahaja Meditation
VND Canada, a non-profit organization that oversees the Sahaja Meditation practice in Canada, are now the owners of the building, and it is being ...
The future of Carter's Beach up for discussion
A public meeting is being held on Tuesday May 14, starting at 6:30 p.m. at the West Queens Community Centre. Darlene Norman, who is helping ...
Two charged in drugstore robbery
Jamie Jerome Renouf, 28, and Shane Michael Hall, 27, made a brief appearance in Bridgewater provincial last week, and were remanded to the ...
Fire crews battled landfill fire
The call came in just after 4 p.m. on May 7. Crews spend the night at the landfill to keep it contained. By morning most departments were sent ...
A voice for the arts
arts council, and is now working with Liz Brown, Jean Robinson-Dexter, Beth George and others to get the council off the ground. The group is ...
Wickwire keeps breaking records
The first year Const. Laura Cormier-Jones took on the role of local coordinator as part of her Community Policing duties, the school started at ...
Fighting crime by the numbers
Stephen Carter is a member of the civilian side of the RCMP, based out of the Yarmouth rural office. His role is to provide analytical assistance ...
Armed robbery in Caledonia puts school on lockdown
The lockdown was requested by the RCMP, after the suspect fled on foot. There was no immediate threat to staff or students. The lockdown ...
The challenge is good for you
However I think the challenge is good for you. In fact, it is necessary for us to have some kind of challenge for us to enjoy what we make. Here ...
Queens MLA not reoffering in next election
Conrad made the news public on April 26, after what she says was a lot of self-reflection. Earlier this year she had said she was 90 per cent ...
Dog park proposal muzzled
A group called Digs for Dogs, spearheaded by Elizabeth Brown and Angie Fredericks, has been working to bring a dog park to Queens County for the ...
Council changing meeting structure
The motion was made on April 15 to eliminate Committee of the Whole, and instead hold council meetings every second and fourth Tuesday of the ...
Atlantic premiers meeting at White Point
The goal is to focus on key areas of collaboration, including growing the regional economy, training and job creation. Also on the agenda is a ...
Queens Place gets budget boost
The biggest increase in costs comes from staff salaries at the facility. Two new positions are being created, while a third will move from part ...
Queens Place hires new general manager
On April 22, council voted to approve Steve Burns to the position. Burns is known to many as the manager of the Liverpool Sobey's store for many ...
ATV Association getting answer on bridge
Brian Hatt, president of the Queens ATV Association, and Cory Robar, ATV trails coordinator for Nova Scotia, were in council on April 15 to wrap ...
Baking cookies is manly
In my house, it will not do to be without cookies for long. Oh sure, I will make other things. But it's never long before a batch of cookies come ...
Queens County Museum seeking public support
The museum's plans are for an interactive exhibit, with a scale replica of part of the privateering ship The Packet. The replica will be large ...
Parents have mixed reaction to iPad's in school
"We'll be like no other school in the Maritimes," said principal Leo Campbell in a presentation to parents and guardians on April 16. "We're ...
Region gives $375,000 to North Queens Fire Association
Council of the Region of Queens approved a grant of $375,000, to be paid over three years in equal installments starting in the 2014/2015 budget. ...
Taxes on the rise in Queens
In Districts 1 through 12, residential taxes are increasing by four cents per $100 of assessment. In District 13, which is the Liverpool town ...
Cougars take Gold
The Midget "B" team took on their Western Hants counterparts on Saturday, in a fiercely fought battle. The teams were neck and neck in the two ...
The great debate Butter vs. Margarine
A bit of history Margarine was invented in France in the late 1860's, as a cheap butter substitute for the lower classes and military. Originally ...
Board makes no change in school closures
Four schools were slated to close by the board in March, including Gold River at the end of the current school year, and Mill Village in 2014. ...
Soccer program getting an upgrade
John Tutty, president of the Queens Soccer Association, says the changes are a combination of what Soccer Nova Scotia released in the best ...
Arming parents with info on cyberbullying
Betty Jean Aucoin is an executive staff member at Nova Scotia Teachers Union, and on the cyber-bullying task force set up by the province of Nova ...
Province tops up hospital funding
The Region committed $1 million to the expansion in 2008, to be paid out over four years. Half of that money had been paid when the Bowater mill ...
Queens MLA uncertain about political future
Conrad recently commented to CKBW that she was 90 per cent sure she would not be reoffering, and has not changed that position in the past few ...
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