MARGAREE VALLEY: At 2:05 p.m. on August 11, Inverness District RCMP received a 911 call regarding an ATV collision on Highland Road in the Margaree Valley. A group of riders were travelling on Highland Road when one of the vehicles...
HALIFAX: Nova Scotia Power is warning that anyone taking the risk of stealing copper wire from their equipment is putting themself at risk of severe injury or death by doing so. The company has been the target of a rash...
MIDDLE RIVER: At 8:42 p.m. on August 11, Victoria County RCMP received a call from two hikers indicating they had become lost on the Gairloch Mountain in Middle River. One hiker was a 26-year-old man, and the other was a...
LENNOX PASSAGE: News that repairs for the Lennox Passage Bridge have gone to tender has left Cape Breton-Richmond’s MLA breathing a sigh of relief. “The rehabilitation of the bridge is long overdue,” Alana Paon told  The Reporter  late last week,...
FREDERICTON: The quiet, residential Brookside Drive in Fredericton’s north end was a deadly scene of chaos during the province’s second ever mass shooting Friday morning.   After the hour-long echoing of gunshots, four people were pronounced dead in the province’s capital,...
PORT HAWKESBURY: After spending 22-years in Silicon Valley, Beth Wilson says when it comes to having healthy business relations, we need to recover and distance ourselves from the controlled domination system and rather use an open-minded actualization partnership. “Women are...
ANTIGONISH: Since it was announced last August the landmark business wouldn’t re-open, the place of enjoyment for nearly half-a-century vanished in plain sight from Antigonish. The former owner, Don MacPherson, decided that 2017 would be his final season of operation...
WHYCOCOMAGH– Municipal councillors in Inverness County are awaiting details on a recent study of their municipal water systems, while offering financial support to one of the largest water users in the system serving the Judique area. At their latest regular...
WHYCOCOMAGH: On the heels of concerns aired by municipal councillors at their latest regular monthly meeting, Inverness County officials are hoping representatives from the provincial Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (DTIR) can answer questions related to J-class roads...
WHYCOCOMAGH: The electronic speed-monitoring signs that greet motorists travelling along Trans-Canada Highway 105 through this Inverness County community could soon appear in other parts of the municipality. During this month’s regular monthly meeting of Inverness Municipal Council, held at Whycocomagh’s...


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