Relay proves no one faces cancer alone

Pictou County Relay for Life on Saturday brought family and friends together to celebrate loved ones and survivors of cancer. Hundreds gathered to remember and to share memories and struggles, the good times and the not so good times. Each with their own personal story. Some were eager to share, some sat quietly thinking, others...

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Market, businesses smooth things over

Progress to understanding and co-operation is emerging after a recent mediated session between the New Glasgow Farmers Market and downtown business owners to help resolve some of the conflict brought about by the Market to Main Street Event proposal and denial. Last week, the town hosted a session at Glasgow Square for representatives of each...

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Reception Friday to welcome two new artists

NEW GLASGOW – Two new artists are being welcomed by the Town of New Glasgow – 2019 NSCAD Artist in Residence Sarah Mosher and local NSCAD Alumni in Residence Rachael Robitaille. In 2011, in partnership with NSCAD University, the Town of New Glasgow launched the New Glasgow Community Studio Residency Program. It offers selected NSCAD...

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Artists show their stuff at fisheries museum

Twenty-five artists have their work on display this month as part of the 28th annual Pictou County Artists Association Show and Sale. The display opened on September 1 with a reception at the Northumberland Fisheries Museum in Pictou. Sheila Green, who has been a part of the association for four years and organized the show,...

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Registration fee reduced for Johnny Miles events

NEW GLASGOW — Registration is now open for the 2018 Johnny Miles Running Event Weekend on June 16 and 17. Terry Curley, event director, says due to the ongoing, loyal support of sponsors, municipal partners and the running community, organizers are pleased that registration fees are bring reduced by nearly 35 per cent while still...

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Barb’s Bench dedicated

NEW GLASGOW — More than 60 people gathered on Saturday to officially dedicate Barb’s Bench in memory of Nova Scotian women who have died as a result of violent domestic relationships. The bench is one of several being placed across the province and is located beside the New Glasgow Farmers Market, facing the East River....

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New Glasgow pledges $30,000 in support of park project

NEW GLASGOW — The Town of New Glasgow is the first municipal unit — outside of Trenton — to make a financial commitment to the Trenton Park Revitalization Project. The Town announced a capital commitment of $33,000 last week and a pledge to provide their support to the project. Mayor Nancy Dicks said, “New Glasgow...

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Black Cultural Society marks 40th anniversary

NEW GLASGOW — One of many visits took place recently at Second United Baptist Church for the Black Cultural Society of Nova Scotia’s 40th anniversary celebrations. More than 50 people viewed, listened to and exchanged vignettes of the history of African Nova Scotians in Pictou County and elsewhere during the hour-long presentation that featured an...

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New Glasgow Farmers Market to unveil new community space for Canada Day

NEW GLASGOW –  – The New Glasgow Farmers Market will begin construction on a new garden space set to be completed July 1st in time for Canada Day and Canada150 celebrations. The project, called “The Giving Garden”, is a multi-faceted project aimed at contributing to health and wellness in the community.  The Giving Garden is...

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