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Police kept busy with assaults, break-and-enters in Beaver Bank, Lantz

BEAVER BANK/LANTZ: There have been five reports of alleged assaults reported to Halifax District RCMP in the past week, according to information posted on the Crimemapping tool website. Alongside the assaults, there has been three...

Enfield company wins heat pump Q3 award from N.S. Power

ENFIELD: A family owned and operated business in Enfield has been recognized with an award from Nova Scotia Power. Southwind Energy learned in October that they were the utilities winner for the Heat Pump Contractor...

Traffic delays expected in Fall River Nov. 15, Nov. 16

FALL RIVER: The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents to expect delays near 3170 Highway 2 in Fall River on Sunday, Nov. 15 and Monday Nov. 16. Crews will be on site from 9 a.m....

Wolfville man charged with stunting on Hwy 102 in Fall River

FALL RIVER: A 19-year-old man from Wolfville has been charged with Stunting after driving 71 km/hr over the speed limit: 171 km/hr in a 100 km/hr zone. On August 6 at approximately 1:10 a.m., a member of Halifax District RCMP on Hwy. 102 spotted a car travelling...

PC candidate MacDonald: “East Hants isn’t a black hole.”

ELMSDALE: The PC candidate for Hants East says residents have to remind government in Halifax they’re not a “black hole” and that they exist, especially with regards to a pair of schools that need...

Answers to further questions we had but couldn’t ask at the April 22 COVID19...

HALIFAX: While reporters are limited to one question and one follow-up at the COVID19 press briefings, as has been the case for much of the past 14 months, there are sometimes—okay lots of times—journalists...

Police charge delivery driver suspected of impaired driving

ELMSDALE: RCMP received a report of an impaired driver in the Elmsdale Business Park on April 28. S/Sgt. Cory Bushell stated that the complainant stated the driver was in a business parking lot, drinking a...

RCMP advise you to think twice before leaving your children, pets in your vehicle...

DARTMOUTH: In the time it takes to run a quick errand, the interior of vehicles can heat up fast - making it intolerable for pets. “Every year, the RCMP in Nova Scotia responds to...

Dr. Strang’s message to NSians: Don’t become complacent

FALL RIVER: “We can’t be relaxed just because we’re safe here in Nova Scotia.” That was the message from N.S. Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Robert Strang in responding to a question from The...

Waverley youngsters pick up others garbage from local waterway

WAVERLEY: A stream/brook located just off Highway 118 near the Silversides subdivision in Waverley is a little less polluted—for the time being—thanks to three youngsters. Abi, Martha, and Brody Beaton all came together to spend...
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