Friday, December 14, 2018
GUYSBOROUGH: The municipality is hoping the federal and provincial governments will help fund a proposed multi-purpose facility. Municipality of the District of Guysborough (MODG) councillor Blair George says “the time is now” when it comes to the proposed Chedabucto Lifestyle...
MULGRAVE: Board members are hoping to get word from the province on the town’s medical facility. Last week, Mayor Ralph Hadley said the chair of the Mulgrave Medical Centre called an emergency meeting for all board members to discuss keeping...
GUYSBOROUGH: The warden said a recent meeting with the province’s health department was positive. On January 19, Municipality of the District of Guysborough Warden Vernon Pitts met with representatives with the Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness to discuss...
ANTIGONISH: They want their voices heard now and on Election Day. Around 15 residents took part in Antigonish’s version of Canada’s National Day of Action for Electoral Reform on February 11. Carrying signs and chanting in favour of a new electoral...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A new conceptual plan for a major overhaul of Reeves Street is only days away from reaching the provincial and federal governments, following a recent round of joint discussions between town officials and engineers from Nova Scotia’s...
PORT HOOD: Inverness Municipal Council is telling the Strait regional school board that the status-quo is the only reasonable option for schools in the county. “We need the status-quo with the schools until we get caught up with the population,...
WAYCOBAH: The Street Crime Enforcement Unit of Inverness District RCMP searched a home on Waycobah on February 8, resulting in the seizure of quantities of marijuana products, pills, and cash. A man was arrested at the scene and was held...
HALIFAX: A major winter storm is expected to hit Nova Scotia starting today and continue throughout the day Monday. The storm is expected to bring heavy snow, strong winds and blowing snow, which will result in blizzard-like conditions and reduced...
WEST ARICHAT: The priest overseeing Isle Madame’s two Catholic parishes is questioning the timing of a tax bill regarding a former church that now serves as a pastoral centre for the region, just as Richmond County’s municipal councillors prepare...
OTTAWA: An Isle Madame native gained national acclaim for her role as an educator. Denise Gotell, originally from Arichat, was recently named one of Canada’s Outstanding Principals for her work at St. Thomas More School in Ottawa. She was one of...
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