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N.S. makes “significant investment” in communities across province

From a release HALIFAX: The province is investing significant money into communities across the provicne, the Minister for Municipal Affairs and Housing announced on Feb. 23. John Lohr said in a release that the government...

N.S. signs agreement to support tourism growth in province

From a release HALIFAX: Nova Scotia has signed a new agreement with the Government of Canada and the other Atlantic provinces to help grow tourism in the region. The Atlantic Canada Agreement on Tourism supports research...

Environment Canada expects to issue rainfall warning Friday morning; HRM urges residents to clear...

HALIFAX: Nova Scotians are being cautioned to prepare for significant rainfall over an extended period Friday Feb. 23 into Saturday Feb. 24. In an update to the Special Weather Statement on Thursday night Feb. 22,...

VIDEO: Making butter during Snow Days winter fun at Fultz House

LOWER SACKVILLE: It was time for some Winter Fun on Feb. 18 at Fultz House Museum as part of Sackville Snow Days. The event saw a historical review of the era of the stage...

Enfield man sentenced to two year federal prison term related to child pornography offences

SHUBENACADIE: An Enfield man has been given a two-year federal prison sentence for sexual offences that involved a teenager girl. According to a CBCB N.S. story, Peter Alan Moorhouse, 50, blamed his behaviour on suffering...

From the Firehouse – Jan. 2024 calls

Brought to you by: MILFORD: Here is a look at the calls for local volunteer fire departments for the month of January 2024. The information is provided by Kennetcook fire; Enfield fire; Shubenacadie fire; Milford Fire;...

Province announces more support for farmers impacted by 2023 wildfires, extreme weather

From a release DARTMOUTH: Farmers and other agricultural producers recovering from losses and damage due to the extreme weather or wildfires during the spring and summer of 2023 can now access new funding from the...

Village Green skating rink reopens after hard work from volunteers

WAVERLEY: The ice skating rink at the Waverley Village Green is back open. After the recent snowstorm closed it due to the amount of snow, and then mild weather making the ice surface not useable,...

From the Cruiser – Feb. 20, 2024

Brought to you by: ENFIELD:  Over the past week, officers with East Hants RCMP responded to 80 calls for service. The following is some of the highlighted calls as provided by Community Policing Officer Const. Preston...

Multiple charges, including impaired driving, result of 911 calls

WINDSOR: A 26-year-old Summerville man has been charged with multiple offences, including impaired driving by drug, following a stop by police after they received numerous 911 calls of a possible impaired driver. Police said that...
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