Monday, June 24, 2019
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Town of Port Hawkesbury is open for business. The Eastern-Strait Regional Enterprise Network (ESREN) and the Town of Port Hawkesbury will be hosting a pop-up video station to coach and film pitches for the Start-up Port Hawkesbury...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Strait Area Mayors and Wardens have taken a proactive approach to supporting the Energy East Pipeline and port development activities in the Strait of Canso. A meeting of the Strait Area Mayors and Wardens was called on December...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Police did not receive any information on possible suspects in a case involving a man approaching a young woman recently. Port Hawkesbury RCMP reported a man approached a 12-year-old female asking if she wanted a ride near Elm...
HALIFAX: The story of the Nova Scotia tree for Boston will live on for generations as part of a new monument unveiled on Boston Common to honour the 100th Anniversary of the Halifax Explosion. Premier Stephen McNeil was joined by...
MONASTERY: The RCMP is investigating after racist graffiti was spray-painted on a school bus and a school sign, then threats were made against the same school. Between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. Tuesday night, graffiti was painted on a school...
ANTIGONISH: The Town of Antigonish had some cleaning up to do thanks to recent flooding. Early last week saw flooding affect several areas of the town, including parts of Braemore Avenue, the end of Court Street, St. Andrew’s Street, Whidden’s...
GUYSBOROUGH: Councillors have asked municipal staff to change the existing Dog Control By-law, following an incident in Canso. During a meeting of council for the Municipality of the District of Guysborough on July 4, a motion was passed to have...
GUYSBOROUGH: Officials with the Municipality of the District of Guysborough have set the date for a by-election to fill a vacant council seat. The April 13 by-election comes as a result of the sudden death of councillor Blair George, who...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Town councillors in Port Hawkesbury have given the go-ahead for a third rainbow crosswalk. Councillors unanimously approved a request from the first year Social Services students from the Nova Scotia Community College Strait Area Campus...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The leader of Nova Scotia’s New Democrats was in Cape Breton last week to take the governing Liberals to task for their handling of health care. After the end of the fall sitting of the Nova Scotia Legislature...
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