MULGRAVE: Ralph Hadley, who has experience with Mulgrave Town Council stretching back over 15 years, will now sit at the head of the table for council sessions. Hadley won the mayor’s seat last Saturday over incumbent Mayor Lorne MacDonald in...
RICHMOND COUNTY: A former Richmond County warden made a successful return to municipal politics, joining three incumbents and a first-time councillor for the inaugural edition of the county’s new five-district municipal council. Former warden James Goyetche defeated Rod Samson, the...
INVERNESS: Inverness Municipal Council underwent a facelift on October 15 as three new members were elected to the six-person body. Laurie Cranton (district 2: Margaree and St. Joseph), John MacLennan (district 4: Whycocomagh, Orangedale, and Lake Ainslie), and John Dowling...
PORT HOOD: The gallery was full for Inverness Municipal Council’s October 3 regular meeting that saw the municipal body pass the second reading of a purposed amendment allowing Cabot Links to build cabins at the northwest end of Beach...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Despite the protests of several Strait area residents and a mobile food distributor which is now warning of price increases for town customers, Port Hawkesbury Town Council has passed a controversial by-law that will hike permit fees...
HALIFAX: Richmond County's former warden is claiming that a current councillor and a former municipal official are among those behind a Facebook group at the centre of a libel suit. In a notice of action and statement of claim filed...
ARICHAT: With municipal elections looming and the fallout continuing from a leaked draft report by Nova Scotia’s Office of the Ombudsman, Richmond County’s warden now expects to receive a forensic audit on five years’ worth of expense claims by...
PORT HOOD: Inverness Municipal Council was brought up to speed on the work of Conrad Taves, project coordinator of the municipality’s housing strategy, at the October 3 regular meeting of council. “We as a county are facing two intersecting crises,...
STRAIT AREA: Heavy rains and winds left a large of number of residents without power on Monday. “As of 7 a.m. on October 11, there had been just over 147,000 outages and almost 97,500 customers restored,” stated Beverley Ware, senior...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Candidates for Port Hawkesbury Town Council gathered at the Evergreen Seniors Club on October 5 to give voters a chance to hear their positions on a number of issues. The event was organized by the Seniors Take Action...
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