East Hants

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Officers feel refreshed after return to in-person policing roots in East Hants

Fifth and final rotation of RCMP's mobilization team assisting with coverage finishes up in Enfield ELMSDALE: All one must...

TIR aware of motorized vehicles crossing despite closed Lantz bridge

LANTZ: A Lantz couple is concerned that locals—including youth--may be risking potential injury to themselves by crossing the closed Hyde’s Bridge in Lantz on their mini motorcycles and...

Uniacke House Trail rejuvenated thanks to fire department

Submitted by the Uniacke and District Fire Department MOUNT UNIACKE: As many community members may be aware, after many years of daily use, the Uniacke...

MEH water main replacement gets $119k boost from province

SHUBENACADIE: The Municipality of East Hants has received funding from the province for it’s water main replacement project on Highway 215. The province announced it and 14 other municipal...

Legacy Research Grants awarded by Lung Association

Grants will fund COVID-19 and vaping research HALIFAX: The Lung Association of Nova Scotia (LANS) announced yesterday that it has awarded $50,000 in grants, in partnership with Research...

PC leader would consider equipping police with body cameras

ENFIELD: If he were to become Premier of Nova Scotia, Tim Houston said he would take careful consideration as to implementing body cameras across the province’s police force. During...

Premier McNeil announces he’s stepping down as N.S. Liberal Leader

HALIFAX: Premier Stephen McNeil issued this statement upon the announcement that he would be stepping down as leader of the N.S. Liberal Party. "Yesterday, I celebrated my 17th year...

Good Samaritans applauded for assisting crews douse Enfield fire

ENFIELD: Residents are being praised for their assistance to firefighters in extinguishing a fire that was approximately 100 feet in diameter on Horse Island, located in Little Grand Lake, on Aug. 4.

Dutch Settlement man identified as vicitim of crash on Hwy 277

DUTCH SETTLEMENT: A 70-year-old man from Dutch Settlement has been killed in a single-vehicle collision Monday morning, Aug. 3, shortly before 8 a.m. on Hwy 277. In a release...

Statement from Mark Furey, Minister of Justice and Attorney General

HALIFAX: Here is a statement from Minister of Justice and Attorney General for N.S., Mark Furey as issued on July 28: "I have heard from family members and many...
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