GUYSBOROUGH:  A young driver was arrested and charged following a two-vehicle collision last weekend in Guysborough County. During a road race on May 7, runners were proceeding around a curve on Dover Road when a car, coming from behind, attempted...
GOSHEN: A man and a woman were arrested and charged after in connection with a home invasion in Guysborough County last weekend. At 7:26 a.m. on May 7, Guysborough District RCMP received a 911 call that two people attempted to...
MULGRAVE: Town council and staff want to explore their options. Following last week’s regular meeting of council for the Town of Mulgrave, interim CAO Kevin Matheson said staff is looking to begin informal talks with neighbouring municipalities about governance, shared-services,...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Local residents facing drug charges were in court last week. Following an appearance in Port Hawkesbury Provincial Court on May 4, Walter Hinkley pleaded guilty to trafficking cocaine and possession of stolen property not exceeding $5,000. He received...
PORT HASTINGS: Police and charged two men after finding drugs and cash following a traffic stop on Wednesday. The traffic stop occurred on Route 19 at approximately 7:30 p.m. The RCMP’s Eastern Traffic Services seized over 400 grams of cocaine, marijuana and...
PORT HASTINGS: The RCMP have charged two drivers with stunting. Today at around 9:45 a.m., the RCMP’s Eastern Traffic Services observed a car travelling above the posted speed limit on Highway 4 in Port Hastings. Police said the vehicle was clocked at 122 kilometres...
HALIFAX: Nova Scotians will be going to the polls at the end of this month. On April 30, incumbent Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil asked Lieutenant- Governor JJ Grant to dissolve the provincial government and call a general election, which...
GUYSBOROUGH: The warden of the Municipality of the District of Guysborough said he is pleased with the findings of a report from the Nova Scotia Office of the Ombudsman relating to the municipality’s expenses. “I am very pleased that the...
PORT HAWKESURY: There were three infrastructure announcements for the town this morning. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Premier Stephen McNeil announced a bilateral agreement that will result in more than $180 million being invested in water and wastewater projects across...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A man facing charges relating to a fatal motor vehicle collision pleaded guilty last week. Scott Lundrigan was set to appear in Port Hawkesbury Supreme Court on April 21 to set trial dates on four charges relating to...
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