Wednesday, June 20, 2018


HALIFAX: The story of the Nova Scotia tree for Boston will live on for generations as part of a new monument unveiled on Boston Common to honour the 100th Anniversary of the Halifax Explosion. Premier Stephen McNeil was joined by...
ARICHAT: Richmond County’s returning officer has confirmed there will be two recounts held for municipal and school board seats. On Tuesday, Clair Rankin said Gail Johnson has applied for a recount in Richmond Municipal District 5 (Johnstown-L'Ardoise) and Lian Parsons...
ANTIGONISH: Police are looking for two suspects in relation to a robbery at a local pharmacy. On May 17 at approximately 1:35 p.m., a Nova Scotia RCMP press release said a man entered a pharmacy on Main Street in Antigonish,...
HALIFAX: A school in Antigonish County is set to undergo significant renovations. Last week, the provincial government announced it will invest approximately $300 million through its school capital plan to construct new schools, as well as undertake renovations to a...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Two men facing weapon charges following a violent home invasion are set to return to court. On March 8, Morgan Herney, 20, and Victor Herney, 23, both of Eskasoni, appeared in Port Hawkesbury Provincial Court for a show...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The local RCMP is requesting the public’s help in locating a missing man. Patrick William Timmons (51) of Port Hawkesbury was last seen leaving a residence on Bernard Street around noon on August 22, and he hasn't been...
ARICHAT: The Cape Breton Partnership (CBP) will spend several weeks working on two studies regarding Point Tupper’s industrial activity, including a look at one of the Strait area’s largest employers and a breakdown of the community’s readiness for further...
HALIFAX: Officials in the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) have started the process to redesign the formula to fund public education. Education minister Zach Churchill confirmed the news during a media scrum at Province House in Halifax...
CANSO: Guysborough District RCMP is investigating a recent break and enter that occurred at the grounds of the annual Stan Rogers Folk Festival. Sometime during the overnight hours on December 10, multiple buildings at the festival grounds were broken into...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A 22-year-old will serve two years of federal prison time for his role in the death of one young man and the injury of another. On September 18, Port Hawkesbury Supreme Court Judge Robin Gogan sentenced Scott Lundrigan...
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