East Hants

A page for some East Hants news.

NSE provides answers to questions we had on Grand Lake water issue

GRAND LAKE: On June 17, the province held Cabinet outs with Ministers and the Premier. The Laker News was on the call as we had hoped to ask questions to Environment Minister Keith Irving;...

Enfield in Bloom thankful for community support

ENFIELD: The community group Enfield in Bloom spent their Saturday giving back to the community, including hanging up the baskets along Highway 2 between Elmsdale and Enfield. Many of those doing the work were...

MacDonald elated after winning Hants East PC nomination

LANTZ: The Councillor for Lantz-Milford and Deputy Warden for the Municipality of East Hants has won the nomination to represent the PC Party of N.S. in Hants East in the next provincial election John...

Halifax man nabbed for stunting in construction zone

ELMSDALE: Speeding in a construction zone on Hwy 102 in Elmsdale has netted a 25-year-old Halifax man a hefty stunting fine. S/Sgt. Cory Bushell, with East Hants RCMP, said officers were conducting radar on Hwy...

Testing confirms blue-green algae present in Shubenacadie Grand Lake

GRAND LAKE: Nova Scotia Environment and Climate Change said June 16 that full testing results has confirmed the presence of blue-green algae at Shubenacadie-Grand Lake consistent with levels that are dangerous to dogs. NSE...

Rocks thrown from Lantz overpass damage passing vehicles

LANTZ: East Hants RCMP is asking for assistance from the public after rocks were thrown from an overpass on to passing vehicles. Cpl. Dal Hutchinson said just after 12 a.m. on Saturday, June 12 East...

Community Rider among groups receiving transit investment

EAST HANTS: A local community organization that serves those in East Hants and the Fall River/Waverley area is one of the groups announced June 7 as receiving public transportation funding from the province. East Hants...

From the Firehouse – May 2021

Brought to you by: LANTZ: The number of calls local volunteer firefighters responded to began to slowly pick up for some departments in the month of May as several resumed medical responses. Here is a look...

East Hants lowers flags for Residential School Victims

EAST HANTS: The Municipality East Hants has lowered the flags at the Lloyd E. Matheson Centre Municipal building in memory of the 215 children whose bodies were discovered on the grounds of the Kamloops...

Students in HRM, Enfield, Elmsdale, Milford, Lantz, Mount Uniacke to continue at-home learning; others...

Province also announces licensed child care will return to full capacity EAST HANTS/HRM: Students that attend schools in the Corridor communities in East Hants and Mount Uniacke will remain with at-home learning when in-person classes...
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