Two men were arrested in Amherst yesterday afternoon and will face a number of drug related charges. The two, both from Amherst, are 29 and 32 years old.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
I am writing both personally and as a member of the Board of the Friends of the Pugwash Estuary to support the initiative of the Pugwash Farmers Market to expand their market space and structure.
While scientists and thinkers are discussing climate change in Pugwash, a group of local politicians are gathering in Shediac, NB to talk about protecting the Tantramar Marsh that joins Nova Scotia with New Brunswick.
What do you get when Joseph Howe meets Charles Tupper on the election campaign trail in Oxford? You get an entertaining musical play at the old Capitol Theatre.
One of the most familiar workers in downtown Oxford is calling it quits. She reached 65 and says, “It's time to let someone else have the job.”
Twenty-two modern day “Thinkers” will gather behind closed doors in Pugwash tomorrow, seeking real life solutions to the threat of global climate change. But, the hand-picked group offered a taste of their challenge at a public gathering tonight at the village’s new Peace Hall.