Wednesday, September 22, 2021
MULGRAVE: The RCMP is investigating the thefts of two-way radios from school buses. According to Cpl. Chris Marshall, the thefts took place between Aug. 17 and 31 from buses parked at the Strait Regional...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Town Council approved a borrowing resolution totalling $262,500 for its wastewater plant. During the regular monthly meeting of Port Hawkesbury Town Council on Sept. 7, finance director Erin MacEachern said there is...
PORT HAWKESURY: The town’s committees and advisory boards are starting to take shape. CAO Terry Doyle told the regular monthly meeting of Port Hawkesbury Town Council on Sept. 7 that staff has been scheduling...
ANTIGONISH: The Town of Antigonish and the Municipality of the County of Antigonish are exploring consolidation. At two separate special council meetings held on Sept. 13, the two municipal units passed motions to investigate...
PORT HAWKESBURY: After receiving a lot of negative feedback over the summer, Port Hawkesbury Town Council will reconsider biweekly Green Cart pick-ups during the hottest months of the year. During the regular monthly meeting...
CENTRAL NOVA: As the federal election is now only five days away, candidates in both Central Nova and Cape Breton-Canso are making the final push in their campaigns. Katerina Nikas, the Green Party candidate...
HALIFAX: Nova Scotia Public Health is issuing more COVID-19 exposure advisories for locations in Antigonish. One of those involves Boston Pizza (at 133 Church Street) in Antigonish on Aug. 31 between 12:30 and 2:30...
ANTIGONISH: An incident at StFX University over the first weekend students were welcomed back has left the school shocked, while the union representing Nova Scotia Paramedics is calling the actions thoughtless. A Snapchat video...
TRENTON, PICTOU COUNTY: Despite a public backlash after apologizing for sharing posts on social media about Muslims and immigrants, the Conservative candidate will remain in the race for Central Nova. According to information obtained...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Town Council approved one taxi licence and put-off deciding on another application. During the regular monthly meeting of Port Hawkesbury Town Council on Sept. 7, a taxi licence application was approved for...




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