Town begins road, sidewalk projects

PICTOU – The town’s summer infrastructure work has begun in earnest. Crews have been working on a number of sidewalk and street projects to help restore the infrastructure into better repair. Work on Wednesday included pouring and leveling cement for sidewalk at the corner of Church and James streets. Some gutter work along James Street...

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St. Bee’s becoming more accessible

WESTVILLE — St. Bee’s Anglican Church members are making their church and adjoining hall more accessible. Central Nova MP Sean Fraser formally announced federal funding to help the church bring its facilities up to code for accessibility. Fern White gave credit to her fellow church members that include Sandra Hubley and Michael Hasiuk for completing the...

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New roof for Kirk

PICTOU – A new steel roof has been installed at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Pictou. Known as the Kirk, the church’s roof was replaced in five weeks under the direction of project manager Phillip Brown, who is a member of the congregation. He said the roof has a 50-year guarantee and replaces a shingled...

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Breeze & Wilson teaming up with Noteworthy in concert

The right song can change your mood, change your life, or bring back memories. The wrong song can lead to an unlikely friendship. Such was the case between the groups Breeze & Wilson of the West Midlands, UK, and Noteworthy of Sharon St. John United Church, Stellarton. Both groups will be performing at Sharon St....

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