May 18th 2013
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Greenfield Dragway opens
The Greenfield Dragway hosted the first of five race series for the season on the May 29 weekend.The Atlantic Drag Racing Association points meet ...
Brooklyn Marina shipshape for season
The docks are in place, the clubhouse is painted and the boats are arriving, marking the start of the season at the Brooklyn Marina.The marina, ...
Walker gets more than he bargained for
When Greenfield resident Michael Ulhman began walking for exercise and good health about six weeks ago, collecting more than 5,000 refundable ...
Hard work, dedication, pays off for Queens athlete
Liverpool’s Chelsea Whalen will wrap up a stellar high school track and field career this weekend at the Nova Scotia Schools Athletic Federation ...
LITF wraps up with gala, positive reviews
It’s a wrap for the 10th anniversary Liverpool International Theatre Festival. The five-day event, which attracted theatre groups from Europe, ...
Elvis is back in the building
Back by popular demand, Elvis impersonator Thane Dunn will be on stage at the Astor Theatre in Liverpool on Saturday, May 29 with his new show ...
Liverpool opera singer bringing it home
Liverpool’s own Mezzo-soprano Tracy Reynolds will be taking to the hometown stage this Wednesday night (May 26) for “It's A Grand Night for ...
Wickwire students rewarded for WOW Reading Challenge
Students at the John C. Wickwire Academy in Liverpool like to read.Over the past five months students at the Grades 2 to 6 elementary school read ...
Funding announced for Beach Meadows Hall
The Beach Meadows Community Hall will receive $17,650 in funding from the federal government’s New Horizons Seniors Program.South Shore St. ...
White Point's living history being chronicled in new...
White Point Beach Resort, from its rustic beginnings in 1928 to the international destination it is today and the people who made it happen will ...
Australian artist cutting latest recording at Queens...
To say Australian singer/songwriter Kat La Key has gone that extra mile to get the right sound for her next recording is an understatement. Last ...
Greenfield gas retailers want zone 2 status
Greenfield petroleum retailers are hoping to officially be granted zone 2 status when it comes to the Petroleum Products Pricing ...
Family values leads to decades of community...
Retired Liverpool school teacher Pauline Spence has become an institution when it comes to volunteering at the Queens County Music Festival."I ...
Caledonia native daughter receives award
Caledonia native daughter Jeannie van Dyk was one of five women recognized by Farm Credit Canada (FCC) for their leadership and commitment to the ...
Junior firefighters take on community causes
The Liverpool Junior Fire Department is disproving the popular notion that teenagers are not the most upstanding citizens.In the past several ...
"Welcome to our home"
Hearts were filled with pride and eyes brimmed with tears of joy at the Habitat for Humanity Queens Build Dedication in Liverpool on April ...
Road improvement projects underway
One road improvement project is underway in Queens County, a tender call has gone out for another and several more projects are pending.Last ...
SQJHS brings home badminton bronze
The South Queens Junior High School (SQJHS) badminton team posted a bronze place finish overall at the Nova Scotia Schools Athletic ...
New wheels for mobile library service
The South Shore Public Libraries has a new vehicle for its mobile library service.In the works for two years, South Shore Public Libraries took ...
Four steps away from seaside fun
Four steps are what separate 10-year-old Zachary Whynot from easily accessing the seashore at the Beach Meadows Beach.While the Milton youth, who ...
Representative volunteers honored at annual...
Three Queens County volunteers were among those honored at the provincial volunteer banquet at the Westin Hotel in Halifax on April 12.Nine ...
Cougars bring home SEDMHA banner
The Liverpool Cougars capped off the season by bringing home the Atom B banner from the 32nd annual Honda SEDMHA International Minor Hockey ...
Broadband service now available to 83% of county
By early May the installation of broadband service in Queens County should be completed."There are 11 sites that need to be completed in order to ...
Additional funding gets South Shore health back on...
Additional funding from the provincial Department of Health coupled with cost-cutting measures should get the South Shore District Health ...
Greenfield Public Library celebrating grand opening...
The new Greenfield Public Library will be celebrating its grand opening this Saturday (April 10) at 10 a.m.Almost three years in the works, the ...
Cougars win Atom B provincial championship
The Liverpool Cougars went 5-0 to win the 2009/10 Atom B provincial championships in Barrington on March 28, bringing the first Atom pennant back ...
Crime Prevention Association awarded $20,000 senior...
Seniors will be the beneficiaries of a $20,000 provincial grant awarded last week to the Queens County Crime Prevention Association. The ...
Liverpool artist creates mural for Lunenburg inn
You’d have to look up, way up, to see the latest creation by Liverpool artist Deborah Taylor in its entirety. Taylor has just completed a ...
Habitat home being dedicated April 24
It will be a house warming like no other at the dedication ceremony for the Habitat for Humanity home in Liverpool on April 24.That’s the day the ...
Storybook published to inspire students
A new children's storybook is making the rounds at the Dr. John C. Wickwire Academy in Liverpool, and was published by one of their own.“The ...
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