GUYSBOROUGH: The ice that was scheduled to be installed on December 10 at the Chedabucto Lifestyle Complex is now being put in naturally as a result of a mechanical issue. Following December’s municipal council meeting, Guysborough Warden Vernon Pitts said...
HALIFAX: The Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (UARB) has denied another appeal of a property variance in St. Peter’s. On November 30, the UARB dismissed an appeal by Clair Bouchard and Donald J. MacNeil of a variance for a...
ARICHAT: Residents asked council to support their efforts to have reasonable access to their Canada Post community mailboxes. During the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council on November 26, St. George’s Channel resident Lennan MacDonald wrote council about the...
MABOU: The Inverness County chapter of The Compassionate Friends (TCF) will join hundreds of other chapters around the world in creating a continuous circle of candlelight as an act of symbolic remembrance. The 22nd annual Compassionate Friends Worldwide Candle Lighting...
LENNOX PASSAGE: Ongoing work at the only bridge to Isle Madame has been underway for two weeks, but not without changes to the tender. Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal spokesperson Marla MacInnis told The Reporter on November 23 that...
ANTIGONISH: With support from experts with WSP Canada Inc., the Town of Antigonish hosted two open houses last week to provide feedback on priorities that will build a road map for Antigonish’s future growth and community development. Steve Scannell, special...
By: Catherine Knott PORT HAWKESBURY: “I think it’s an important issue. An issue that should be talked about… there are so many veterans who are silently suffering from PTSD.” Fourteen-year-old Sara Pluta is a Grade 9 student at SAERC in Port...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Four candidates have officially declared their interest in the vacant seat on Port Hawkesbury Town Council. Dawna MacDonald, Port Hawkesbury’s returning officer, advised The Reporter late last Tuesday that Blaine MacQuarrie, Michele Tabensky, Dave Ryan, and Maris Freimanis...
By: Catherine Knott PORT HAWKESBURY: With a new Port Hawkesbury office and revamped in-home services, Nutritional Consultant Trudie MacGregor Muggah, takes nourishment of mind and body to the next level. “It’s all about balance. What’s good for the mind and good...
MULGRAVE: The Town of Mulgrave will see a changing of the guard at the top of its administration with the announcement that CAO Jim Davis is stepping down. Davis, who took on the role as Chief Administrative Officer just under...
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