Wednesday, August 15, 2018
HALIFAX: The provincial government has plans for two bridges on Isle Madame. On July 30, Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (DTIR) spokesperson Marla MacInnis confirmed that a tender for work to the Lennox Passage Bridge is expected to be...
L’ARDOISE: A new doctor will be starting here next month. Sherry Sampson, managing director of the Dr. Kingston Memorial Community Health Centre in L’Ardoise explained that Dr. Kristen Iverson, who has been practicing out of the Richmond County medical clinic...
ANTIGONISH: There was a scream. Then, her neighbour’s door flung open. A scream so horrific it stopped Karen Boyle dead in her tracks. “I was just in the back porch, and I heard this… scream. Just this scream,” she said. “I...
ANTIGONISH: Athletes from all across Canada are now visiting the local area to participate in a very prestigious sports event, the Special Olympics Canada 2018 Summer Games. Tomorrow, July 31, the opening ceremonies take place at the Keating Millennium Center,...
PORT HOOD: Inverness District RCMP responded to a suspected drowning that claimed the life of an 82-year-old woman from Port Hastings. At approximately 3:27 p.m. yesterday, the RCMP was called to Port Hood after kayakers came across a woman in the...
MONASTERY: The Tracadie and District Volunteer Fire Department will celebrate its 50th anniversary early next month. On August 1, the ladies auxiliary will hold a special bingo celebrating the department’s 50th anniversary. The event takes place at the Monsignor Donnelly...
ANTIGONISH: A 41-year-old Antigonish man is facing two charges of attempted murder following an incident at a home on Brookland Street this morning. At 8:30 a.m., Antigonish District RCMP responded to a 911 call of a woman who had been...
PORT HAWKESBURY: On July 19, a commercial delivery truck was stolen from the parking lot of a mall on Reeves Street in Port Hawkesbury. The truck was spotted at a gas station in Waycobah a short time later and a...
STRAIT AREA: As technology advances and smartphones continue to evolve, one thing has stayed the same, phishing scams seem to adapt right along at the same rate. In the past week, Nova Scotians have been notified about two separate phishing...
MULGRAVE: Launched only two weeks after the final round of classes at Mulgrave Memorial Education Centre (MMEC), an on-line fundraising campaign to re-imagine the building for a variety of community uses is gaining momentum. The “Move Mountains For Mulgrave” campaign...
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