ARICHAT: The owners of a property that was scheduled to be demolished last month, have been given a second chance. During the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council on Feb. 22, councillors voted...
ARICHAT: A major change at a medical clinic here will affect patients already without a doctor, while others will be losing theirs. On Feb. 18, the Arichat Medical Clinic issued a press release that...
GUYSBOROUGH: Officials with the Municipality of the District of Guysborough (MODG) have started their deliberations to table their upcoming budget. Warden Vernon Pitts noted that in the past number of years, the municipality has...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A community group charged with recruiting health care professionals to the area has launched a new brand through new social media channels and a new website. Maggie MacDonald, Healthcare Recruitment Navigator with...
HALIFAX: Federal funding is allowing the province to remove 14 vessels across Nova Scotia. The federal Abandoned Boats Program is contributing $559,920 to remove damaged, unused or derelict vessels, with the provincial government adding...
PORT HASTINGS: Although the past year was difficult, Celtic Air Services has ambitious plans for the local airport. Celtic Air Services president Dave Morgan told The Reporter that air traffic was down significantly at...
HALIFAX: Seaboard Transportation Group announced it will acquire Armour Transportation Systems. In a press release issued on Feb. 19 by Seaboard Transport Group, owner Joe Shannon said the purchase of Armour operations represents an...
ANTIGONISH: The suspect charged with stabbing a man at a local business appeared briefly by video link to Antigonish Provincial Court on Feb.5. At that time, the Crown consented to a conditional release; the...
GUYSBOROUGH: The warden for the Municipality of the District of Guysborough (MODG) says council isn’t comfortable providing local libraries with additional funding. The municipality’s two libraries were discussed during the regular monthly council meeting...
ANTIGONISH: Although it’s still too early to say for sure, the Warden for Antigonish says the municipality could be looking at a surplus. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Warden Owen McCarron advised the municipality’s revenue...




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