Monday, September 25, 2017

Student firefighters “learning a lot” on OJT at Enfield Fire

ENFIELD: Two student firefighters who have been with Enfield Volunteer Fire for the past month say they have learned a lot during their on-the-job...

Olivia Jollota’s kindness lives on

ELMSDALE: Olivia Jollotta was a kind, bright young girl who went out to watch a movie at her boyfriends one night. Unfortunately, it would...

RCMP seeking public’s assistance locating Clyde Anthony Pearson

ENFIELD: East Hants District RCMP is seeking the public's assistance in locating a 41-year-old man wanted in relation to a Warrant of Apprehension, Suspension and...

Firefighters rescue woman from Shubie house fire

SHUBENACADIE EAST: Firefighters rescued a woman from a house fire that could have been worse if not for the homeowner, who was getting praise...

Police seek public’s assistance in solving homicide

Police continue to seek the public's assistance in solving the homicide of 18-year-old Andrea King.  January 1, 2017 marked the 25 anniversary date when Andrea...

Residents want permanent fix for Hyde’s Bridge

LANTZ: Local residents say the Hyde Bridge in Lantz has served it’s purpose and needs more than a “band-aid” fix before someone is seriously hurt...
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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...