Garden club blossoms with sculpture unveiling

The Westville and Area Garden Club planted a seed of an entirely different kind. Following the day-long series of workshops and idea exchanges of the Nova Scotia Association of Garden Clubs Region 2 Fall Rally — which the club hosted — events moved to Acadia Park where a gardening monument was formally unveiled. The raceless, ageless, […]

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Memory of slain police officer, firefighter honoured

The memory of a Stellarton woman was honoured Saturday. The late Catherine Campbell, a 10-year veteran of the Stellarton Fire Department and a decorated member of the Truro Police Service, was remembered and permanently etched into the city-scape of the town she loved, with the Town of Stellarton formally dedicating one of the benches in […]

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Memory of slain police officer, firefighter honoured

The memory of a Stellarton woman was honoured Saturday. The late Catherine Campbell, a 10-year veteran of the Stellarton Fire Department and a decorated member of the Truro Police Service, was remembered and permanently etched into the city-scape of the town she loved, with the Town of Stellarton formally dedicating one of the benches in […]

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First artisan fair draws crowd

The first of a possibly annual art show, exhibit and extravaganza took place Sunday near Glasgow Square. Sale Along the River: An Artisan Fair featured a wide range of locally created artworks and was organized by the newly relaunched Creative Pictou County. Willa Kray, secretary with Creative Pictou County, spearheaded Sale Along the River. She said the […]

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