Sunday, January 17, 2021
MULGRAVE: Officials in Mulgrave are considering the short and long term risks of purchasing a new back-up generator for their volunteer fire department before the next serious storm. The current generator caught fire during a start-up...
BARNEY’S RIVER STATION: Pictou County RCMP charged a 19-year-old man following a fatal head-on collision that claimed the lives of two women from Antigonish. The police investigation determined that prior to the collision, a mattress...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A resident of the town has been charged following the seizure of cocaine at a residence earlier this month. Charges of possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking have been laid against 24-year-old...
WE’KOQMA’Q: Cassidy Jean Bernard was killed inside her We’koqma’q First Nation home almost a year ago, but the person responsible is still at large and to this day, no official press release has been issued. Cassidy...
POINT TUPPER: Two of the region’s largest employers want regulators to approve a “very unique” tarriff agreement. Nova Scotia Power (NSP) and its largest consumer, Port Hawkesbury Paper (PHP) are asking the Nova Scotia Utility and...
HALIFAX: The MLA for Inverness said he’s done his best to send a message from the people of Margaree to the provincial government. The Progressive Conservative MLA did so by tabling a 90-signature petition regarding Egypt...
BARNEY’S RIVER STATION, PICTOU COUNTY: The RCMP is investigating a fatal head-on collision Saturday on Highway 104 in Pictou County. At 7:35 p.m., Pictou County District RCMP responded to a 911 call of a collision...
HALIFAX: Proposed changes to two electoral districts in the Strait area will be implemented for the next provincial election. On October 9, Attorney General and Justice Minister Mark Furey tabled changes to the House of Assembly...
STELLARTON: Al Muir has always been “in it to win it.” The 63-year-old restaurateur and owner of Andrea’s Seats is carrying the People’s Party of Canada (PPC) flag in Central Nova for the upcoming federal election.
PICTOU: Barry Randle is the voice for the Green Party in Central Nova. Originally born in England, Randle immigrated to St. Catharines, Ontario in 1982, when he was 12-years-old, becoming a citizen at the age of 16....




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