Tuesday, August 20, 2019
FRAMBOISE: At 1:30 p.m. on Monday, July 8, Richmond County RCMP responded to a call of a drowning on Crooked Lake Road. The woman who drowned was at a remote cottage with a friend.
INVERNESS COUNTY: The RCMP is trying to find the person who forced a teenager from Inverness County to share nude pictures on the Internet. A press release from Nova Scotia RCMP said on July 1, a parent...
HALIFAX: A recent Supreme Court ruling on the beneficiary of a life insurance policy has shed some light on the events of a tragic 2017 triple murder suicide. Cpl. Lionel Desmond, a former rifleman with the 2nd...
PORT HOOD: Rumours still circulate about the development of a federally and provincially funded airport somewhere near the community of Inverness, and Inverness Municipal Council would like the air cleared as to what’s actually going on. The...
ANTIGONISH: The former franchise owner of an illegal medicinal dispensary says ever since her charges were dropped back in March and she turned a leaf on a new business venture – she’s been targeted and harassed by the RCMP.
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...
ARICHAT: Council will have staff investigate how to engage the public in the debate over a mayor versus a warden system. During the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council in Arichat, council debated switching from electing a...
 ARICHAT: Richmond Municipal Council will meet with a mediator and an advisor to be appointed and paid for by the Department of Municipal Affairs (DMA).  During the regular monthly meeting of council on May 27 in Arichat,...
  ANTIGONISH: The mayor and warden recently took part in talks with a surgeon looking to come to the area.   During last week’s meeting of Antigonish Town Council, Mayor Laurie Boucher said she and Antigonish Warden Owen McCarron...
ANTIGONISH: Fresh ideas have the power to change the way we view the world and can lead to discoveries that will help solve some of our biggest challenges. Sean Fraser, Member of Parliament for Central Nova, highlighted...
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