PORT HAWKESBURY: Martin Marietta has announced a capital investment of $50 million to modernize its quarry facility in Auld’s Cove. Keith Flynn, plant manager at the Porcupine Mountain Quarry announced the revitalization project last Wednesday at the annual “State of...
ANTIGONISH: The RCMP charged two drivers for stunting within 30 minutes one another yesterday on Highway 104 in Antigonish County. The RCMP's Northeast Traffic Services in Antigonish were conducting regular patrols in Barney's River when at 12:25 p.m....
LEXINGTON: The RCMP is looking for the owner of tools police believe were stolen. The Inverness District RCMP Street Crime Enforcement Unit and members of Inverness District RCMP searched a home on Highway 105 in Lexington, just outside of Port Hastings. Police seized seven...
LINWOOD: Two men were killed in a single vehicle crash last night on Highway 4. At around 6:51 p.m., a small car driving in Linwood left the road, rolled and struck a tree. The two men in the front seats of...
ARICHAT: Councillors voted 3-2 to terminate the contract of Richmond County Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Kent MacIntyre. During a special meeting of Richmond Municipal Council tonight in Arichat, District 4 councillor Gilbert Boucher introduced a motion to immediately remove MacIntyre...
LOUISDALE: A man and a woman are facing charges after an RCMP search of a home netted drugs and drug paraphernalia. On March 10, Inverness District RCMP's Street Crime Enforcement Unit executed a search warrant at a residence in Louisdale. As...
ANTIGONISH: The RCMP is reaching out to the public for assistance to solve two complaints of indecent acts that have been reported in the Antigonish area. On January 25, a complainant told police that a man was masturbating in his...
ANTIGONISH: The Antigonish District RCMP Street Crime Enforcement Unit (SCEU) has charged an Antigonish man with possession of child pornography and accessing child pornography. On January 20, the Antigonish District RCMP SCEU, working with the RCMP's Internet Child Exploitation Unit...
DARTMOUTH: A group of eight coworkers from Dartmouth, including a former Isle Madame resident, has lots to celebrate this holiday season. The group came up winners in the November 29 Lotto 6/49 draw, matching the Guaranteed Prize draw numbers and...
By: Raissa Tetanish Editor Hub Now, Tatamagouche Light PORT HAWKESBURY: A Port Hawkesbury lawyer and former president of the Nova Scotia Liberal Party has been suspended until further notice by the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society. Jason Boudrot had his practising certificate suspended pursuant to...
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