Sunday, November 18, 2018
ARISAIG: Stevie MacInnis was a fixture in the community and for decades he could catch the tuna no one else could. The 68-year-old MacInnis was born and raised in the coastal community of Arisaig, and spent his whole life making...
WAYCOBAH: A 22-year-old woman was the victim in what police are calling a suspicious death. Shortly before 11 a.m. today, the RCMP responded to a call of a suspicious death at a home on Highway 105 in the Waycobah First...
ARICHAT: The municipality has a new warden and deputy warden after elections for the posts were held tonight. District 5 councillor and former Deputy Warden Jason MacLean was nominated for warden by district 2 councillor Alvin Martell, while former warden...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The leader of Nova Scotia’s New Democrats was in Cape Breton last week to take the governing Liberals to task for their handling of health care. After the end of the fall sitting of the Nova Scotia Legislature...
ANTIGONISH: Following a more subdued homecoming weekend this year, town council is standing behind the support it offered to the event. On October 15, Antigonish Town Council issued a press release regarding StFX’s homecoming weekend, which took place the last...
DAGGER WOODS: Just before 4 p.m. yesterday, Antigonish District RCMP responded to a three vehicle collision on Highway 104 in Dagger Woods. As a result of the collision, a 67-year-old woman and a 36-year-old woman, who were travelling in a...
L’ARDOISE: A collision between two ATVs  resulted in one woman being transported to hospital with non life-threatening injuries and two men facing charges. The collision was reported to police on October 16 at 6:13 p.m. It occurred on Salmon River...
NEWTOWN: The owner of a $30,000 boat, motor, and trailer contacted Inverness District RCMP yesterday to report that he'd been the victim of a theft. Between October 11 and 15, someone took his 2017 Alumacraft MV1860 boat with a 70...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Town of Port Hawkesbury has responded to questions from its MLA about planned changes to the town’s main thoroughfare. During Question Period in the Nova Scotia Legislature on October 9, Cape Breton-Richmond MLA Alana Paon relayed safety...
ANTIGONISH: St. Francis Xavier University is looking to put a string of controversies behind it after two students withdrew from the university and the president issued a public apology. In a letter addressed to the campus community, Kent MacDonald said...
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