Saturday, August 19, 2017
Enfield-news

EHCC advocates for rural broadband improvement

The Christmas break has passed and business has return to normal. Many will have received the newest and fastest version of some electronic device....
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Youth Links looking for more after school programming

EAST HANTS: A local group in East Hants is asking council to invest in the local communities’ future by putting more money into after...
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Farmer’s food bank tax credit boosts donations

EAST HANTS: Nova Scotians most in need are benefiting from farmer donations of produce to food banks under the new food bank tax credit...

Student-athletes used as “political pawns” in NSTU dispute

ELMSDALE: The coach and general manager of the HERH Tigers Hockey team feel student-athletes are being used as “political pawns” by the Nova Scotia...
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East Hants Entertainment Limited now selling shares

ENFIELD: The time is now to show your support for East Hants’ very own Bowlplex, which will include a 200-seat movie theatre, by purchasing...

MADD Bench installed in Elmsdale Sobeys

ELMSDALE: Seven year old, William Lutley, of East Hants will never get to meet his grandfather thanks to the careless choices made by an...
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From the Cruiser

ENFIELD: Here are some of the occurrences East Hants RCMP, Enfield and Rawdon detachments, responded to during the period of Dec. 3 to Dec....

Local business owners replace stolen ripstik

ELMSDALE: For one Enfield girl, Tom Adams is Santa Claus. Adams, who along with wife Dale Jollota own and operate Jymline Glassware in the Elmsdale...

Stuff a Cruiser planned for this weekend

MOUNT UNIACKE: The RCMP in East Hants are looking to give back to the community they serve and protect. East Hants RCMP, Enfield and Rawdon...
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Tide Fest shaping up to be world-class event

EAST HANTS: Time is drawing near to the first annual Tide Fest celebration. The Come Home East Hants Association say they are excited to run...