Wednesday, August 21, 2019
PORT HAWKESBURY: As Destination Reeves Street brings one of Port Hawkesbury’s busiest thoroughfares a sleek new look, a second project is taking place on Granville Street intent on celebrating the town’s past. “I think it’s important...
ANTIGONISH: Through the New Horizons for Seniors Program (NHSP), the Government of Canada said it continues to meet the needs of seniors by supporting initiatives that help them stay active and involved in their communities. On July...
PORT HOOD: Develop Nova Scotia, a Crown Corporation working on developing and implementing a plan to provide high-speed Internet to all Nova Scotians, is planning to release a shortlist of 10 organizations wanting to work with the province to get...
PORT HOOD: Trade disputes with the United States kept management with Port Hawkesbury Paper (PHP) maintaining a relatively low profile, but Allan Eddie, PHP’s business development manager, said those matters are settled, which means it’s time to once again touch base...
INVERNESS: A man who went missing in Inverness County was found later that same day by searchers. At 4:35 p.m. yesterday, Inverness District RCMP responded to a complaint of a missing person. The man had gone...
PORT HOOD: Inverness Municipal Council is leaning toward helping out two local bussing services but, in both cases, it’s unlikely the municipal unit will pull the trigger to fully fund the requests it was given. Council members...
ANTIGONISH: The appeal of a town council decision to approve a development agreement is getting a public hearing. John and Josephine Monkman appealed to the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (NSUARB) about a Town of...
ST. PETER’S: The RCMP is looking for the man who assaulted another person with a machete early this morning in the Potlotek First Nation. Shortly after midnight, Richmond District RCMP responded to a call indicating one...
PORT HOOD: The good news is the municipality is working toward remedying problems at the Inverness and Whycocomagh waste water treatment plants, but the bad news is the revisions didn’t come quickly enough to avoid fines from two provincial departments,...
ISLE MADAME: Although pollutants have been removed, a fishing vessel which ran aground just off Petit de Grat earlier this month remains stuck. Stephen Bornais, communications advisor with Fisheries and Oceans Canada, told The Reporter that the Canadian...
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