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East Hants

A page for some East Hants news.

Make safety a priority: RCMP’s message to ATV riders

EAST HANTS/DARTMOUTH: With warmer weather approaching, the Nova Scotia RCMP is reminding all-terrain-vehicle (ATV) enthusiasts to make safety a priority when on the trails this season.  Each year, the Nova Scotia RCMP responds to ATV...

Enfield man nabbed for impaired driving after squealing tires

COLE HARBOUR: Squealing his tires has landed a 43-year-old Enfield man with charges of impaired driving. A Halifax District RCMP officer was on patrol on March 31 at 11:15 p.m. when he heard tires squealing...

Spin-a-thon fundraiser raises money for Enfield family

ELMSDALE: More than $1,500 was raised for a family who lost their home to a fire last month in Enfield through a spin-a-thon fundraiser. On March 27, Strides Health & Fitness Club in Elmsdale held...

Potential COVID19 exposure at two Elmsdale locations; three in Central Zone

ELMSDALE: Nova Scotia Health Public Health is advising of potential exposure to COVID-19 at three locations in the Central Zone and two locations in the Northern Zone. In addition to media releases, all potential...

Todd Hill Farm set to offer Hands on Horses program

ENFIELD: An Enfield-based non-profit riding centre is set to offer a new Spring program titled “Hands on Horses – Experiential Learning for Youth.” Hands on Horses is for children ages eight to 12-years-old, and is...

Police investigating complaints of ATVs causing damage

EAST UNIACKE: East Hants RCMP are investigating seven complaints where those on ATV’s caused property damage throughout the municipality. S/Sgt. Cory Bushell, with the Enfield detachment, said one of those incidents occurred on March 22...

From the Cruiser – March 16-23

Brought to you by: ENFIELD: East Hants RCMP responded to 100 calls for service throughout the municipality during the period of March 16 to March 23. The following two are the highlighted incidents provided by S/Sgt....

Adjournment granted in case involving Five Mile River man

SHUBENACADIE: An adjournment was requested by the lawyer for a Five Mile River man charged with child pornography offences in late 2020. In late November 2020, an investigation began by Halifax District RCMP and the...

Case involving Enfield men adjourned until May 10

SHUBENACADIE: The defence’s request for an adjournment in the case involving two Enfield men charged with child pornography-related offences was granted. Lawyers for both Carlos Ayapal Gonzalez Moraga and Peter Alan Moorhouse appeared by telephone...

COVID19 Mobile Unit heading to Mount Uniacke March 19-20

MOUNT UNIACKE: Nova Scotia Health Public Health is advising of potential exposure to COVID-19 in the Central Zone.Anyone who worked at or visited the following locations on the specified dates and times should immediately...
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