Monday, August 20, 2018
ARICHAT: The community’s historic courthouse has a new owner. Richmond municipal councillors voted unanimously to approve the sale of the 171-year-old courthouse building to a private developer during the late stages of their most recent monthly council meeting. According to a...
ANTIGONISH: County council is waiting to hear back on a pair of intersections. Owen McCarron, Warden for the Municipality of the County of Antigonish, says a study done on the Beech Hill intersection is in the hands of the Department...
HALIFAX: A resident of Richmond County pleaded guilty and was fined for evading the payment of duties and taxes on jewelry. The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) announced that Lobsters ‘R Us owner Blaire Vincent Martell of Rockdale pleaded guilty in...
HABOURVIEW: Inverness RCMP is asking for public assistance to locate 31-year-old Colin Joseph Beaton. Beaton was last seen at 2 a.m. on June 30 prior to leaving a cottage in Harbourview. He is white, 5'11", 160 pounds with red hair. He was last seen wearing...
PORT HOOD: Inverness County’s municipal chamber served as a meeting of the minds on June 18, as Cape Breton University President and Vice-Chancellor David Dingwall asked local leaders how the university could foster a stronger relationship with the area. “We...
GUYSBOROUGH: A young offender has been arrested and is facing a mischief charge after racist and profane graffiti was spray-painted on a bus shelter in Canso. Guysborough District RCMP responded to a complaint at 7 a.m. on June 8 at...
PORT HOOD: Betty Ann MacQuarrie is still the Warden of Inverness County. MacQuarrie’s position as warden was reviewed last Friday morning at a special meeting of Inverness Municipal Council. The meeting was requested by four councillors serving on the six-person...
MONCTON, NEW BRUNSWICK: The captain of a fishing boat involved in the death of Phillip Boudreau was granted parole. On June 12, the Parole Board of Canada (PBC) granted Dwayne Matthew Samson day parole, with leave privileges, at a halfway...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia ruled  Cabot Links Enterprises  has the right to build luxury condos on a contested piece of land in Inverness, despite the efforts of a local activist. Neal Livingston, a filmmaker from Inverness...
PORT HAWKESBURY: An Inverness County man was sentenced to serve time in federal prison. On June 14 in Port Hawkesbury Provincial Court, 34-year-old James Edwin Tyler Goswell received a three-year sentence (including credit for the year-and-a-half he already served in...
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