CANSO: Maritime Launch Services Ltd. (MLS) recently selected eastern Guysborough County as the site of a rocket launch base after looking at several communities in North America. Guysborough Warden Vernon Pitts explained the site is between Canso and Little Dover. “That’s...
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...
AULD’S COVE : Police are investigating a collision which injured four people early this morning.  Shortly after midnight, Antigonish District RCMP responded to a single vehicle collision in Auld's Cove. Upon arrival, police learned that two individuals were thrown from the vehicle...
MULGRAVE: The Town of Mulgrave is withdrawing its application for dissolution from the Nova Scotia Utility and Review (UARB). The decision was made at a special council meeting last night. The decision comes after the Municipality of the District of...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A Mulgrave man will appear in Supreme Court next Friday on four charges relating to a fatal single-vehicle collision. Scott Lundrigan, 22, faces charges of impaired operation of a motor vehicle causing the death of James Poirier, impaired...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is officially investigating the discovery of an animal carcass that was tied to a building on the town’s waterfront. Officials with the SPCA’s Antigonish office, which currently oversees...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Two suspects in a violent home invasion appeared in court this week. On Monday, 20-year-old Morgan Herney and 23-year-old Victor Herney, both of Eskasoni, appeared in Port Hawkesbury Provincial Court each facing a charge of assault with a...
D'ESCOUSSE: At 1:09 a.m. Sunday morning, two men entered a home on Highway 320 in the northside of Isle Madame. The owner of the residence, his fiancee, adult son, and adult daughter were present in the home when he was...
ST. PETER'S: From visiting friends and relatives to getting goods to market, people rely on roads, bridges and highways to support a vibrant economy and a great quality of life. Investing in modern transportation infrastructure helps create jobs and...
ANTGONISH: Bishop Brian Dunn of the Diocese of Antigonish will be among 10 Atlantic Canadian Roman Catholic bishops meeting with Pope Francis and other papal officials in their Ad Limina visit taking place March 11-22. Ad Limina visits are a tradition,...
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