Wednesday, July 17, 2019
PORT HASTINGS:Police arrested two men for drug offences after a traffic stop on March 27. Inverness District RCMP's Street Crime Enforcement Unit arrested the men, who are from Newfoundland and Labrador. The traffic stop occurred on Highway 105 in Port Hastings at...
ARICHAT: Despite pledging to push the federal and provincial governments to fund individual tourism developments throughout Richmond County, municipal officials received an angry reaction Monday evening for their decision to withdraw from a multi-million-dollar county-wide tourism strategy Councillors voted 3-1...
ANTIGONISH: The province is investing more than $500,000 in improved facilities for veterans, seniors, people with disabilities, and their families in Antigonish. Finance and Treasury Board Minister Randy Delorey announced the funding today, on behalf of Tony Ince, Minister of...
PETIT DE GRAT: The province is investing $250,000 in a trust fund that will support activities and new projects for La Picasse Community Cultural Centre on Isle Madame. Michel Samson, Minister of Acadian Affairs and Francophonie, announced the funding today...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Police recently laid charges against a man who was arrested following a stand-off earlier this month. On March 17, police officially charged Byron Arthur Parks with unauthorized possession of a firearm and uttering threats. He is expected to...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A man charged after a fatal motor vehicle collision will return to court next month where he is expected to enter a plea on four charges. Scott Lundrigan was set to appear in Port Hawkesbury Supreme Court on...
PORT HOOD: A long-awaited meeting of the minds took place earlier this month as the members of Inverness Municipal Council shared a table with Geoff MacLellan, the Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal. “It was a good meeting,” said Warden...
ANTIGONISH: A former taxi driver is launching an appeal. William Roger MacLellan is set to appear at the Antigonish Justice Centre on June 6 to appeal his conviction on a charge of sexual assault. A notice issued on December 5 said...
ANTIGONISH: It’s not going ahead after all. On March 14, Taylor Chase, StFX student union president, and Bob Hale, StFX head of student services, jointly announced that the BurMac Hockey game set for March 25 is cancelled. The announcement came less...
PORT HAWKESBURY: An armed stand-off ended without incident last week. On March 7, at around 3:28 p.m., Port Hawkesbury RCMP responded to a call of a man with a firearm inside a residence on Tamarac Drive. “The man was making threats...
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