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“I never thought in a thousand years I’d be posted here.”

RCMP officer living dream serving in home community of East Hants RAWDON/MOUNT UNIACKE: For Cpl. Evan Collier, the appeal to being a police officer—and now stationed in his home community-is simple. “Every day is different,” said...

Fall River, Beaver Bank community members recognized with Platinum Jubilee Medals

FALL RIVER: From a young Fall River girl to a well-known Beaver Bank man, community members who gave back and dedicated selflessly to their communities to make them better were recognized with a prestigious...

East Hants RCMP warning drivers to stay off the roads

ENFIELD: If you don't need to be out on the roads this afternoon, Jan. 20, RCMP advise you to stay off them. In a traffic advisory sent to The Laker News, East Hants RCMP said...

Police determine sun a factor in three-vehicle collision

ENFIELD: No charges will be forthcoming following a three-vehicle collision in Enfield. The collision, involving a dump truck and two passenger vehicles, occurred on Renfrew Road on Jan. 12, said East Hants RCMP S/Sgt. Cory...

From the Cruiser – Jan. 10-17

Brought to you by: ENFIELD: Over the past week (Jan. 10 to 17), East Hants RCMP responded to 92 calls for service. RCMP RESPOND TO MVC’s Over the past week, East Hants members responded to 24 collisions,...

Police believe impairment a factor in Belnan single-vehicle collision

BELNAN: Police say charges are anticipated following a motor vehicle collision on Jan. 13 in Belnan that may have been caused by impaired driving. East Hants RCMP S/Sgt. Cory Bushell said police received multiple reports...

Ella Scothorn’s NAIG 2023 medal design becomes reality

MILLBROOK FIRST NATION: A medal designed by a Hardwood Lands girl will be handed out to more than 3,500 athletes at this summer’s North American Indigenous Games, being hosted in Kjiputuk (Halifax), Dartmouth, and...

Province invests in modular housing options for health care workers

HALIFAX: There will soon be more housing options for health care workers in communities where they are needed the most. Nova Scotia is investing $8 million in modular housing projects to provide affordable transitional housing...

Public Works monitoring tree cutting after concerns raised

GRAND LAKE/OAKFIELD: The Department of Public Works said it was aware of the debris that was strewn across part of Hwy 2 in Grand Lake and Oakfield during tree cutting. In an interview earlier this...

Community council turns down proposed Beaver Bank development

BEAVER BANK: A development application for an apartment building in Beaver Bank has been denied following discussion at North West Community Council. At the meeting on Jan. 16 at Beaver Bank-Kinsac Community Centre, community residents...
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