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Tire slashing incident in Enfield under investigation

ENFIELD: Police are investigating the slashing of tires in a parked vehicle in Enfield on Nov. 28. East Hants RCMP S/Sgt. Cory Bushell said police received a call to the residence in the community. “We were...

N.S. implementing travel restrictions for children under 11 participating in sports or arts and...

HALIFAX: Effective immediately, there are restrictions on out-of-province travel for children age 11 and younger for the purposes of participating in sports or arts and culture events.Children age 11 and younger are also restricted...

Province marks HIV/AIDS Awareness Week

HALIFAX: Nova Scotia is is marking two HIV/AIDS awareness weeks in November and December and World AIDS Day today, December 1.They honour people living with HIV/AIDS and those who have lost their lives to...

From the Cruiser – Nov. 23- Nov. 30

Brought to you by: ENFIELD: East Hants RCMP responded to 88 calls for service between Nov. 23 and Nov. 30. Below is a few of the highlighted calls as provided by East Hants S/Sgt. Cory Bushell....

Volunteer firefighters in Fall River, Waverley, Goffs, Wellington/Grand Lake recognized

WAVERLEY: Volunteer firefighters in Goffs, Wellington/Grand Lake, Waverley, and Fall River were honoured at their District 4 Zone awards, held Nov. 20 at the Waverley Legion. Among the awards handed out included Firefighter of the...

Sportsplex, Todd Hill Farm among recipients of COVID-19 emergency support from province

LANTZ/ENFIELD: Four recreation facilities in the East Hants region are among a group of 56 across N.S. approved by the province for emergency funding aimed at helping the non-profit organizations that operate them adjust...

Province announces grant for seniors to assist them in staying in their homes longer

HALIFAX: N.S. is following through on its commitment to help seniors stay in their homes longer by investing up to $32 million each year in the Seniors Care Grant.The grant provides up to $500...

PHOTOS: Tree lighting kicks off Christmas in Fall River

MAIN PHOTO: The Joyful Sounds Tree Lighting choir sing. (Dagley Media photo) FALL RIVER: Christmas season has officially kicked off in Fall River. Mother Nature threatened to rain on the Christmas fun, but before the show...

Mobile Unit to provide free COVID-19 testing in Lower Sackville

LOWER SACKVILLE: The Public Health Mobile Unit is heading to Lower Sackville to offer free PCR COVID-19 testing to all ages three times over the next week. The PCR swish and gargle test will be...

Youth curling in East Hants gets Jumpstart from Canadian Tire

LANTZ: The first step toward getting a youth curling league has been taken by the East Hants Curling Association. Thanks to a donation of $15,000 from the Canadian Tire Jumpstart Program this summer, the association...
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