Saturday, December 4, 2021
As daily numbers of COVID-19 continue to drop to more manageable levels across the province, steps have been taken to loosen public health restrictions. Last week in-person classes resumed at all public and private...
While police and provincial officials maintain they do not know how, there are residents from outside Nova Scotia coming into this province without permission. In the past couple of weeks, there were two cases...
It’s hard to fathom what is going through the heads of some people who continue to brazenly disregard public health rules around Nova Scotia. As is the case in places like the Annapolis Valley,...
One of the greatest athletes this region has ever produced passed away late last month at the age of 71. Long-time baseball player, teacher, coach, and volunteer Barry Marchand passed away on April 25...
This second session of the Desmond Fatality Inquiry at the Port Hawkesbury Justice Centre, held after last year’s session at the Municipality of the District of Guysborough’s administrative building, is threading familiar ground, but is also reiterating...
While it has not been perfect, nor should it be expected to attain perfection, the response to the rise in COVID-19 cases has been appropriate. For the past two weeks, daily cases counts have...
The Strait area really stepped up recently to help people in need. On April 10, John-Michael Kennedy finally got the shopping spree he always wanted. The 18-year-old Port Hawkesbury resident, who has Duchenne Muscular...
As if the noticeable influx of new or returning residents isn’t obvious, comes more proof that there is growth taking place in this region. On March 31 during the Strait Area Chamber of Commerce’s...
Although the provincial government maintains it is continually making improvements to the roll-out of COVID-19 vaccines, there appear to be gaps in the system. During its April 1 regular monthly meeting, Inverness Municipal Council...
Although it was a year ago, it seems like only yesterday when the world stopped and realized that the serious virus we’d been hearing about for weeks was about to become a world-wide problem.




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