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From the Cruiser – Feb. 9 to Feb. 16

Brought to you by: ENFIELD: East Hants RCMP responded to 99 calls for service throughout the Municipality of East Hants during the period of Feb. 9 to Feb. 16. The information is provided from police reports...

Five Mile River woodlot owners named Woodland Owner of the Year

FIVE MILE RIVER: The winner of the provincial 2022 Woodland Owner of the Year Award is James Leggate Forestry of Five Mile River, Hants County. Owners James Leggate and Christina Millar are silviculture contractors and...

Local paramedic among those recognized for exemplary service

EAST HANTS/HRM: A paramedic from the Chaswood area is one of the 21 from across the province to be awarded the Emergency Medical Services Exemplary Service Medal for their dedication to the health and...

COVID19: Canada Day in Enfield/Elmsdale cancelled; Hay Days revised

ENFIELD: Two local events held to celebrate Canada Day in East Hants have been impacted by COVID19 and the health order surrounding it. In Enfield/Elmsdale, King Lion Perry Colley confirmed the club will not be...

Two men charged in theft of construction materials in Upper Rawdon

UPPER RAWDON: Two men--one from Sipekne'katik and the other from New Germany--have been charged after theft of construction materials at a property in Upper Rawdon on June 25. East Hants RCMP responded to the...

East Hants Most Wanted: Province-wide arrest warrant for Enfield woman

ENFIELD: East Hants RCMP has an outstanding province-wide warrant for the arrest of a 58-year-old Enfield woman. Susan Anita McDonald is charged with: ·         Criminal Code Section 254(5) FAILURE-REFUSAL OF APPROVED SCREENING DEVICE This offense stems from...

Province invests to protect farm workers

EAST HANTS: Many East Hants farmers, like those across Nova Scotia, have made improvements to health and safety to help protect their workers and prevent the spread of COVID-19. They can now apply for...

RCMP’s report to MEH shows dangerous driving remains an issue

ENFIELD: Dangerous driving continues to be a problem area for local police officers, according to the report presented by East Hants RCMP during the Executive committee meeting of the Municipality of East Hants council...

Municipal elections a go in N.S.

FALL RIVER: The Municipal Elections scheduled for October 17, 2020 will go ahead as scheduled, the organization representing Nova Scotia's municipalities said.In a letter addressed to NSFM President Pam Mood, Minister Chuck Porter writes that the...

Nine Mile River man charged with Health Protection Act violation

NINE MILE RIVER: A 47-year-old Nine Mile River has been charged under the Health Protection Act with not self-isolating upon returning to N.S. East Hants RCMP were conducting a checkpoint on Dec. 20 in the...
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