JAMES RIVER: A driver from Newfoundland was charged with stunting this morning. At 10 a.m. today, RCMP Eastern Traffic Services observed a car travelling at a very high rate of speed west bound on Highway 104 in James River. The vehicle was clocked at...
ANTIGONISH: The head of a local university said he sees changes on the horizon but wants to keep the same intimate feel. Last week, StFX President Dr. Kent MacDonald offered a talk about the expectations for the university over the...
MULGRAVE: A trio of candidates is vying for a pair of seats on town council. Three people, Bob Russell, Michael Shaw, and Tanya Snow all filed nomination papers to run for the two vacant seats on Mulgrave Town Council. The...
GUYSBOROUGH: Visitors to a local brewery had the chance to peek behind the curtain and see how the magic is made. Authentic Seacoast Distillery and Brewery opened its doors on May 6 to take part in Nova Scotia Craft Beer...
MULGRAVE: Town Council is conforming to provincial rules regarding expenses. Last week, Mulgrave Town Council voted in favour of voluntarily complying with new municipal accountability and transparency recommendations. “We’ll be looking at, over the next month, getting our council expenses and...
PORT HAWKESBURY: While principals and officials with the Strait regional school board (SRSB) are still reviewing a new report from Nova Scotia’s Council to Improve Classroom Conditions, the board is already moving ahead on the class-size caps recommended in...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Town officials here are already putting the wheels in motion to develop a portion of Reeves Street land that the town acquired from the provincial Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (DTIR) in late April. Chief Administrative Officer...
HALIFAX: As of today, spring weight restrictions will be removed from paved roads in Antigonish, Guysborough, Inverness, Richmond counties. Due to the recent heavy rains, spring weight restrictions remain in effect for all gravel roads in the counties listed above. Updated...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A resident of Port Hood received a phone call today from a person who said they worked at Revenue Canada. They told him that he had to call 1-613-800-7431 or an arrest warrant would be issued for...
MULGRAVE: Town council is not looking to raise taxes. During last week’s meeting of Mulgrave Town Council, CAO Kevin Matheson presented officials with a draft budget. Matheson said the draft shows the town is projecting a surplus but noted it is...
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