Thursday, October 21, 2021
PORT HOOD: Inverness Municipal Council turned down property variances requested by homeowners. During the regular monthly meeting on Oct. 7, councillors voted against three requests to change the front and two side yard requirements...
HALIFAX: Officials with the Nova Scotia Community College’s Strait Area Campus said they are pleased their enrolment has remained steady. For the 2021-22 academic year, the NSCC confirmed that the Strait Area Campus has...
By: Adam McNamara PORT HAWKESBURY: There’s a new taxi service in town. Two new taxi license applications were approved at Port Hawkesbury Town Council’s regular session on Oct. 5.
PORT HOOD: Inverness County wants to take an anonymous survey of municipal employees to determine how many have received their second COVID-19 vaccination. While discussing the municipal vaccine policy during the regular monthly meeting...
MULGRAVE: To improve the safety and security around town, Mulgrave is set to install security cameras. During Mulgrave’s regular monthly council meeting on Oct. 4, Chief Administraive Officer David Gray advised staff had purchased...
ANTIGONISH: As a result of an alleged threat directed at Dr. J.H. Gillis Regional High School on Oct. 5, the school entered into a hold-and-secure. Coordinator of Communications for the Strait Regional Centre for...
JUDIQUE: The RCMP believe they have identified the driver and passengers in a vehicle that was involved in a fatal collision. On Oct. 7, the RCMP issued a press release noting that the investigation...
ANTIGONISH: Two students who climbed on top of an ambulance responding to an emergency call at StFX University in early September have been disciplined, the university says. “Following the incident, we opened an investigation...
ARICHAT: Municipal staff will compile a report about the new look for the Cape Breton side of the Canso Causeway. During the regular monthly meeting of Richmond Municipal Council on Sept. 27, Warden Amanda...
INVERNESS: A local group wants those suffering the loss of children to know they are not alone. Christine Dowling, President and Founder of the Little Spirits Society of Cape Breton, told The Reporter they...




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