Saturday, August 18, 2018
ANTIGONISH: The warden said he is happy a dangerous section of the local highway is getting twinned. On July 17, the federal and provincial governments announced $285 million in funding, $90 and $195 respectively, to twin a 38 kilometre section...
PORT HOOD: Human remains were found last week in the ocean approximately 10 nautical miles from Port Hood. At approximately 6:30 p.m. on July 18, the RCMP responded to a call indicating a body had been found in the water....
Editor's note: The Reporter did not attempt to contact the operators of www.freecampsites.net prior to publishing this article. PORT HAWKESBURY: Town council is taking steps to address problems associated with overnight camping occurring at the look-off located where Granville Street...
HALIFAX: By investing directly in Canada’s greatest asset—its resilient, hardworking people—the Government of Canada is helping to ensure economic growth. On July 13, the Honourable Scott Brison, President of the Treasury Board of Canada, on behalf of the Honourable Patty...
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: With several of its member municipalities now re-examining their participation, the Eastern-Strait Regional Enterprise Network (ESREN) was pleased to welcome Mulgrave into the fold in the run-up to its recent annual general meeting. The ESREN gathering took place on...
HALIFAX: A Nova Scotia provincial court judge has been appointed to preside over the fatality inquiry into the deaths of Afghanistan war veteran Lionel Desmond and his family. In a press release Thursday, the Nova Scotia judiciary said Warren K....
POINT TUPPER: Officials from the paper mill in Port Hawkesbury say it’s a relief to finally have the weight of a significant tariff lifted off their backs, and will finally be able to focus on making improvements rather than...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Complaints about the loud noise generated by the brakes of large trucks have led town officials to seek out their options for turning down the volume, particularly in the overnight hours. During a recent special meeting of Port...
GUYSBOROUGH: The municipality is currently doing work at its landfill, with plans to possibly use the methane gas produced there to generate power. During the regular monthly meeting of council for the Municipality of the District of Guysborough, a tender...
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