Tuesday, May 22, 2018


MULGRAVE: Council is still looking for a new home. Mulgrave interim CAO Kevin Matheson said the search for a new town office location is “slightly in limbo.” In August, council members heard a report from Strait Engineering stating the town’s current...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The town’s audited financial statements are good to go. Last week, Port Hawkesbury Town Council approved the town’s audited financial statements for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2017. Erin MacEachen, finance director for Port Hawkesbury, described the process...
ANTIGONISH: Police are not pressing charges from an incident involving a dump truck striking a young student. On October 4, around 8:11 a.m., a young girl was struck by a dump truck on Highway 4 in Monastery, near East Antigonish...
PORT HAWKESBURY: September 6 was the first day of school, and it didn’t take long for a report of a red light violation to make its way to the Strait regional school board (SRSB). Red light violations occur when a...
HALIFAX: The government is providing funding to cover expenses related to a local rail line. Last week, the provincial government signed an agreement with Cape Breton and Central Nova Scotia Railway Ltd. for the preservation of the rail line between...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Police are warning local residents about a phone scam. Port Hawkesbury RCMP Staff Sgt. Greg Redl said police received a number of reports on August 31 from residents who received phone calls from people claiming to be involved...
ANTIGONISH: A former town councillor pleaded not guilty to charges relating to child pornography. John Robert MacIsaac of Antigonish faces charges of accessing child pornography and possessing child pornography. MacIsaac’s attorney entered a plea of not guilty on both charges...
LOWER RIVER INHABITANTS: A local stretch of road is getting some work done. The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (DTIR) is looking to finish up work on a 7.5 kilometre section of Highway 104, near Lower River Inhabitants, from...
LONG POINT: While his initial pitch to Inverness Municipal Council to provide reliable Internet service to county residents failed to garner municipal funding support, a local resident is continuing to experiment with smaller, short-term projects in the hopes of...
PORT HASTINGS: With construction now underway on its new terminal building, the new ownership group that set up shop at the Port Hawkesbury Municipal Airport earlier this summer is pleased with its progress and already looking ahead to a...
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