ARICHAT: Richmond County wants to find out which property owners have gone decades without paying municipal taxes. Warden Amanda Mombourquette said during budget deliberations, it was brought to council’s attention there are properties on...
ANTIGONISH: A 48-year-old Antigonish County man has been found guilty in Nova Scotia Supreme Court in relation to two historical sexual interference charges. The man, who can’t be identified because of a publication ban...
ST. PETER’S: Two residents from outside Nova Scotia were charged and fined by the RCMP for failing to self-isolate. Richmond County District RCMP said they charged two men, ages 48 and 55, with violating...
ANTIGONISH: Randy Delorey has been acclaimed as the Liberal candidate for Antigonish and will represent the Nova Scotia Liberal Party in the next provincial election. “It’s been a privilege since 2013 to represent the...
HALIFAX: Improving the efficiency of one of the province’s busiest transportation corridors, the transportation minister said the twinning project of highway 104, will create a safer roadway for everyone. Minister of Transportation and Active...
PORT HAWKESBURY: RCMP detachments in the region are dealing with several recent thefts. At approximately 5:30 a.m. this morning, Port Hawkesbury RCMP received a complaint of a break in at the Canadian Tire Gas...
HALIFAX: At a time when the provincial government is recording record numbers of daily COVID-19 cases, the Strait area is also seeing an increase. The Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) web site is showing...
ARICHAT: Richmond County is joining the fight for more housing. During the virtual regular monthly meeting on April 26, Richmond Municipal Council decided to send a letter to the Cape Breton Island Housing Authority,...
PORT HAWKESBURY: An Inverness man who turned himself into police after a stabbing will stand trial this fall on a variety of charges. During an election and plea hearing in Port Hawkesbury Provincial Court...
ARICHAT: Municipal councillors want more COVID-19 testing in Richmond County. During the regular monthly meeting on April 26, Richmond Municipal Council agreed to send a letter to the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) requesting...




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