Monday, September 25, 2017

Burlington Fire top team at North American Vehicle Rescue Challenge

ENFIELD: Burlington Fire continued their hot trend at vehicle extrication, coming out on top as the best in North America on Sept. 16. The Ontario...

A glimpse in time of Lattie’s Brook churches

LATTIE’S BROOK: The present church building was consecrated in 1881 during the worship of Reverend Addington Jamison (1870-1883). The land for the building and...

TIR confirms new turning lanes

ENFIELD: New turning lanes are on the way for a much needed area in Enfield. Brian Taylor, spokesman with the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure...

Community stepping up for family

ENFIELD: Seeing her neighbour’s home burn to the ground left Melissa Williams knowing that she had to help out in the healing process. That’s why...

Mastodon Trail officially opened

CARROLLS CORNER: With one cut of the ribbon by Colchester-Musquobodit Valley PC MLA Larry Harrison, the dream of the Carrolls Corner Community Centres (CCCC)...

Showcase held in support of mental health

By Raissa Tetanish, HubNow STEWIACKE: Jim McMorran’s depression took him to a point he thought he’d never return from. But a phone call from a friend...
Enfield-news

More categories added to Business Excellence Awards

OAKFIELD: The East Hants and Districts Chamber of Commerce announced some big changes to their Excellence Gala. Mostly, the addition of new categories, seeing businesses...

RCMP arrests man following crime spree

MOUNT UNIACKE: A 24-year-old Mount Uniacke man was arrested by Windsor RCMP for several offences following a crime spree that started in Lower Sackville...
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CCRSB reveals secret behind mystery doors

ELMSDALE: The Chignecto-Central Regional School Board (CCRSB) is owning the mystery doors that have popped up across central Nova Scotia in the past week. There...

Funeral procession driving leads to charges

ENFIELD: A funeral procession for Christopher “Kipper” McCulloch on Aug. 17 lead to several violations. East Hants District RCMP responded to several complaints regarding unlicenced...