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Police caution Maitland resident over burning debris

MAITLAND: RCMP responded to a grass fire on Hwy 236 in Maitland on March 13. The request for police attendance came from multiple volunteer fire departments who were attending to the incident. “Upon police arrival, the...

UPDATED: NSH issues exposure notification for Mt. Uniacke Pub & Eatery

MOUNT UNIACKE: After earlier March 17 saying they would not be sending out a COVID19 exposure notification for the Mount Uniacke Pub & Eatery, Nova Scotia Health (NSH) did just that after supper time. The...

From the Cruiser – March 9-16

Brought to you by: ENFIELD: East Hants RCMP responded to 87 calls for service during the period of March 9 to March 16 throughout the Municipality of East Hants. Besides the three police briefs reported in...

Road debris causes traffic headache, reminder from RCMP

ELMSDALE: East Hants RCMP wants to remind dump truck operators they can be charged for an insecure load. The reminder comes after a dump truck lost a portion of its load at the lights by...

N.S. public schools to receive AED’s, province announces

HALIFAX/EAST HANTS: The Rankin government announced today, March 16, a $700,000 investment to equip all public schools in Nova Scotia with automated external defibrillators (AED's)."A school building is the heart of its community, often...

RCMP looking to identify Lower Sackville hit-and-run driver

LOWER SACKVILLE: Halifax District RCMP are asking for public help to identify the driver of an older model silver Ford Ranger pickup truck involved in a hit-and-run collision in Lower Sackville on March 14...

RCMP locate lost ATV rider in Goffs

GOFFS: Halifax District RCMP have located a lost ATV rider after he became separated from his group. On March 13, at approximately 8:10 p.m., Halifax District RCMP received a call from a missing ATV rider...

Neighbours, Indian Brook RCMP credited for limiting fire spread

INDIAN BROOK: Bystanders and members of the Indian Brook RCMP detachment are being credited by fire officials for their quick actions during an apartment fire in the community on March 13. Indian Brook Fire Deputy...

Accused in Wellington home invasion back in court March 24

WELLINGTON: The three men charged in the Christmas Eve home invasion in Wellington will be back in court on March 24. On March 11, counsel for Joshua David Eye of Wellington; Jeffrey Gordon Hilchie also...

New project aims to strengthen the community housing sector in N.S.

A release sent out by the St. FX Extension DepartmentANTIGONISH: If 2020 taught us anything, it is the importance of having a safe home.   St. Francis Xavier University’s Extension Department (Extension), in partnership with the Community Housing Transformation...
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