Tuesday, August 20, 2019
ARICHAT: A local developer hoping to establish new affordable housing units for local seniors is mulling over his options, after a second consecutive pitch to Richmond Municipal Council fell short. Council voted 3-2 against Thai Luong’s application to rezone a...
ARICHAT: Largely vacant for the past decade, the 170-year-old Arichat courthouse will become a hub for Isle Madame’s tourism, arts and culture prospects if a local entrepreneur has her way. Lisa Boudreau arrived at last week’s regular monthly meeting of...
ANTIGONISH: Century Nissan is coming to Antigonish. The car dealership will be located in the area of Beech Hill Road and was announced as the first tenant in a new business development park. East Gate Ridge, the 25-acre business park located...
HALIFAX: A local container terminal project is close to signing its engineering team. Mike Uberoi, Chief Executive Officer for the Melford Atlantic Gateway, said the company planned to select a team of engineers by the end of day, April 10....
GOLDBORO: The Sipekne’katik First Nation, who claimed they were not consulted on the proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility in Goldboro, has officially withdrawn their objection. Last month, the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (UARB) scheduled a public hearing...
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following article has been corrected from the version which originally appeared on-line and which was published in the January 25 edition of The Reporter. The corrected areas are in the bold type. ARICHAT: A developer aiming to...
MULGRAVE: A Mulgrave nurse has been reprimanded for criticizing a patient’s family at an emergency room. A disciplinary decision that was released on the Web site of the College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia (CRNNS) said nurse Donna Lynne...
WEST ARICHAT: The Stella Maris Pastoral Unit, which oversees the remaining Roman Catholic Church operations across Isle Madame, is attempting to reach new agreements on insurance and liability issues regarding three of its properties in Petit de Grat, including...
ANTIGONISH: Despite planning for an obstetrics vacancy at the St. Martha’s Regional Hospital in Antigonish, the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) says they are prepared for it when it happens. “NSHA is working with locum physicians to fill...
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...
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