ANTIGONISH: The leader of Nova Scotia’s New Democratic Party was in Antigonish last week on the first leg of a summer tour of the province. On July 4, Gary Burrill attended the Antigonish Highland Games Street Fair on Main Street....
PORT HAWKESBURY: A major overhaul of the town’s most-travelled roadway is now in the hands of the provincial Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (DTIR), and Port Hawkesbury’s new Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) is hoping these efforts will move...
BADDECK: A fire hydrant near the Inverary Inn was tested and opened by Village of Baddeck public works employees on July 4. “We were able to access the hydrant within seven minutes and once opened the hydrant provided a good...
GUYSBOROUGH: Following last month’s release of the province’s five year highway improvement plan, the transportation minister said the plan lets residents know where and when they can expect road work in their areas. Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Minister Lloyd Hines,...
MULGRAVE: Mulgrave’s financial statements for the last fiscal year received the thumbs up from the town’s auditor. Mulgrave Town Council approved its annual financial statements and audit reports during a meeting on September 5. Mulgrave interim CAO Kevin Matheson said...
HALIFAX: The province’s department of health is disagreeing with one of the province’s opposition parties. On March 7, the Nova Scotia NDP caucus issued a press release stating a Freedom of Information Request found 305 patients passed away while waiting...
ARICHAT: Several Richmond County residents could see their water rates rise over the next three years, if the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (UARB) approves the municipality’s new water rate study for the water treatment plant to be...
MONASTERY: A looming provincial deadline for a decision on the future of the Strait regional school board’s public-private-partnership (P3) facilities has led the board to fast-forward its school review schedule. The board originally planned to conduct a review of the...
PORT HOOD: John Dowling, the Inverness County councillor looking after district 6, has some questions he’d like answered about his municipal group’s funding for the Port Hawkesbury Airport. Dowling is also a member of the Port Hawkesbury Airport Committee, and...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A new tradition took hold at last week’s regular meeting of town council, which ended with the introduction of a public question period for residents in attendance. A recommendation from Port Hawkesbury Town Council’s Committee-of-the-Whole to set aside...
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