PORT HAWKESBURY: The Strait regional school board (SRSB) has approved its school renovations plan for the coming year, while officially bidding goodbye to the building that housed the board’s central offices for the past two decades. Board members voted unanimously...
HALIFAX: The RCMP has laid out the charges against an Isle Madame man facing 12 sex counts dating back to the 1960s, involving children as young as four. On May 9, Richmond District RCMP announced it completed an eight-month investigation...
HALIFAX: The Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (UARB) has denied another appeal of a property variance in St. Peter’s. On November 30, the UARB dismissed an appeal by Clair Bouchard and Donald J. MacNeil of a variance for a...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Brenda Chisholm-Beaton’s latest trip to the annual conference of the Union of Nova Scotia Municipalities (UNSM) was no routine matter. Making her first visit to the late-fall UNSM gathering in Halifax as the mayor of Port Hawkesbury, Chisholm-Beaton...
ANTIGONISH: County council is looking for provincial help in maintaining a local road. Antigonish County Council recently received a notice from residents regarding the status of the Antigonish-Guysborough Road. Warden Owen McCarron said residents have been concerned about the state of...
GUYSBOROUGH: On June 7, the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (UARB) awarded PEV International Research and Development Incorporated $303,912.17 for legal and other costs to be paid by the Municipality of the District of Guysborough (MODG) in respect...
ANTIGONISH: It looks like an annual hockey tradition at a local university is back on. On February 19, the StFX Student Union announced the annual BurMac Cup hockey game is set to return to the Keating Millennium Centre on March...
ARICHAT: The organization that oversees property assessment in the province answered tough questions from Richmond Municipal Councillors last week. Carlos Resendes, vice-president of business and innovations services with the Property Valuation Services Corporation (PVSC), addressed the January 22 meeting of...
GUYSBOROUGH: The Municipality of the District of Guysborough hopes to recruit new doctors by showing them what the community has to offer. Last week, municipal councillors and representatives of the Guysborough Memorial Hospital Foundation met with a potential new doctor...
MULGRAVE: Town Council is conforming to provincial rules regarding expenses. Last week, Mulgrave Town Council voted in favour of voluntarily complying with new municipal accountability and transparency recommendations. “We’ll be looking at, over the next month, getting our council expenses and...
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