PORT HAWKESBURY: Town council heard an update on local doctor recruitment efforts from the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) during the regular council meeting on March 5. In his presentation, Grayson Fulmer, senior director of medical affairs, provided statistics on...
WHYCOCOMAGH: Inverness Municipal Council meetings will soon be available on the worldwide net. The municipality passed a motion on March 7 to enact its newly created live stream policy. As a result, upcoming council sessions can be live-streamed via the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Town councillors in Port Hawkesbury are investing in a port development project. During their regular council meeting on March 5, town councillors passed a motion approving a $5,000 contribution towards the cost of a $140,000 marketing tool as...
HALIFAX: The MLA for Cape Breton-Richmond wants to know why some patients have to pay for visits to an oral surgeon when others don’t. On March 5, Progressive Conservative MLA Alana Paon told the Nova Scotia Legislature she was recently...
PORT HOOD: According to the RCMP, they are investigating the deaths of two people who have died under suspicious circumstances inside of a home in Port Hood. Cpl. Lisa Croteau, public information officer with Halifax District RCMP, told The Reporter...
ANTIGONISH: A man caught trying to steal from a parked vehicle is facing charges from another theft in the town. On March 6, shortly before 11:30 p.m., Antigonish District RCMP responded to a theft in progress. A man was located searching...
PORT HAWKESBURY: For the second time in as many weeks, another municipal unit has officially voted to withdraw from the Eastern Strait Regional Enterprise Network (ESREN). Officials with the Town of Port Hawkesbury passed a motion during a special public...
MULGRAVE: During a time of significant fiscal hardship, the Town of Mulgrave is trying to save money in any way they can and their new Chief Administrative Officer has indicated she will be reducing the insurance coverage on the...
ANTIGONISH: The owner of the medical dispensary in Antigonish who had all her charges withdrawn in exchange for stopping her constitutional challenge, will be closing her doors. Alexander Mackillop, the lawyer for Gillian Sampson and Tasty Budd’s, said through a...
ARICHAT: A proposed new policy governing the allotment of streetlights was defeated by councillors. During the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council on February 25 in Arichat, council voted 3-2 against motion to amend the streetlight policy to include...
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