ARICHAT: The new warden defended council’s decision to make changes to the municipality’s boards and committee. During the 15-minute question period near the conclusion of the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council on November 26 in Arichat, three Richmond...
BADDECK: As part of a new conservation effort in Cape Breton, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) announced today that it has protected three extraordinary habitats totalling 274 hectares (676 acres). These conservation areas are NCC’s first in Cape Breton...
MULGRAVE: RCMP, EHS and members of the fire department helped rescue a driver involved in a single vehicle collision yesterday afternoon. At around 1:16 p.m., Inverness District RCMP was called to respond the collision on Main Street in Mulgrave. Upon...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Two people were arrested and charged with drug offences following a police search of a residence in the town. On April 3, Inverness District RCMP's Street Crime Enforcement Unit seized oxycodone, hydromorphone, dextroamphetamine, and clonzaepam, resulting in the...
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...
HALIFAX: In the 100th anniversary year of the Halifax Explosion, Nova Scotia's annual Christmas tree gift to Boston is coming from the Strait area. The tree is given as part of the annual thank you to Boston for the help...
PORT HOOD: Inverness County’s municipal chamber served as a meeting of the minds on June 18, as Cape Breton University President and Vice-Chancellor David Dingwall asked local leaders how the university could foster a stronger relationship with the area. “We...
CANSO: A 26-year-old is facing five charges after he broke-in to a residence and assaulted two people last weekend. Guysborough District RCMP responded to an incident at a residence in Canso on Sunday afternoon after receiving a call that a...
INVERNESS: The federal government has committed to investing $2 million in Cabot Golf to help the Inverness-based golf resort expand operations at Cabot Cliffs. “Nova Scotia’s tourism industry had its best year in history in 2017 and its fourth consecutive...
EDITOR'S NOTE: Due to recent information provided to The Reporter, the on-line version of this story has been changed from the version published in the October 19 edition of The Reporter.   ARICHAT: Nothing in George Kehoe’s previous 22 years of...
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