Tuesday, September 18, 2018
GUYSBOROUGH: On June 7, the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (UARB) awarded PEV International Research and Development Incorporated $303,912.17 for legal and other costs to be paid by the Municipality of the District of Guysborough (MODG) in respect...
PAQ’TNKEK: A local First Nations community will vote next month on a land exchange agreement involving the twinning of Highway 104. “We’re in the process of voting on July 13 on basically surrendering - which is a term in the...
INVERNESS: Cabot Links is pleased to announce that construction is to begin imminently on a new public access path located at the north end of Inverness Beach that will allow residents and tourists safe, direct access to the beach. Cabot...
HALIFAX: The 71-vote win by Liberal candidate Lloyd Hines on May 30 was confirmed in a recount which took place late last week. A judicial recount of the ballots in the electoral district of Guysborough–Eastern Shore–Tracadie was conducted last Friday...
SKYE GLEN: Police arrested three people in connection with a recent shooting. Inverness RCMP is still investigating an incident involving in Skye Glen on June 2. Police received a call that someone was shot in the leg at a local...
ANTIGONISH: While he calls the election bittersweet, a local warden said he is ready to work for his community. During a special meeting last week, council for the Municipality of the County of Antigonish selected Owen McCarron as the new...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Two men facing weapon charges following a home invasion will serve federal jail time. On June 5, Morgan Herney, 20, and Victor Herney, 23, of Eskasoni, appeared in Port Hawkesbury Provincial Court where each received a sentence of...
ST. PETER’S: After 24 years at the home of its originator, Marion MacLeod-Stone, the Glad Tidings Christmas Shop has headed up the road to share space with one of the village’s newest businesses. Diddle’s Café and Bakery, which opened in...
LOUISDALE: Richmond County seniors had the opportunity last week to refresh their driving skills and learn from each other with the 55 Arrive Alive driving program. On June 2, the 55 Arrive Alive program – first offered in January -...
ANTIGONISH: Nine months into its first major fundraising campaign, the St. Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation (SMRHF) has reached 61 per cent of its target but is showing no signs of slowing down. Launched last September with the aim of creating...
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