Wednesday, June 20, 2018


Cummings, Percy James - Age 78 years of Kempt Road, Richmond Co. passed away on Sunday, February 18, 2018 in the QE II Health Sciences Centre V.G. Site, Halifax. Percy was born in Arichat; he was a son of...
  HALIFAX: Cell coverage continues to be an issue in rural communities. On March 7, Cape Breton-Richmond MLA Alana Paon brought up the topic of cell coverage in her riding, particularly the areas of Forchu, Framboise, Grand River, and Dundee. Paon...
PORT HAWKESBURY: In the face of rising operational costs, Strait Area Ground Search and Rescue (SAGSR) is requesting funding from eight local municipalities. During the regular monthly meeting of council for the Town of Port Hawkesbury on March 6, Tanya...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Strait regional school board (SRSB) officials gathered for their final monthly meeting on March 7. Bill 72 passed through the legislature last week, bringing sweeping changes to Nova Scotia’s education system, including the dissolution of all elected English...
MacDonald, Donald Charles “Dan Charlie,” 97, of Port Hood, passed away peacefully on January 24, 2018, at the Inverness Consolidated Hospital.Born in Glencoe Mills, he was the son of the late Alex Robert and the late Christena MacDonald.Dan Charlie...
GUYSBOROUGH: After two very successful cycling events, Lost Shores Gran Fondo has launched its 2018 event. Registration is now open, and gift certificates are available for the cyclist on your Christmas list. The 2018 event takes place Saturday, September...
HAVRE BOUCHER: Sinclair Ryan is an avid snowmobile enthusiast who recently traveled over 3,000 kilometres, along with his wife Rochelle, to attend the largest snowmobile event in North America. Ryan, a former resident of Guysborough who now resides in Havre...
The old cemetery is located on the north side of Route 206, directly across the road from the church. The majority of the early stones and markers are missing and this property is in very rough condition. The following is...
HALIFAX: A local company received a multimillion dollar settlement last week. In a decision offered on July 26, the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board found S and D Smith Central Supplies Limited, owned by local businessman Steve Smith, is...
MULGRAVE: The hunt for a new Chief Administrative Office (CAO) is on. Mulgrave’s acting CAO Kevin Matheson said council recently agreed to start the recruitment process to find the person to replace him. Matheson, who took the job in mid-November,...
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