Monday, April 24, 2017
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Drive thru collision results in impaired driving related charges

LOWER SACKVILLE: A 27-year-old woman from Mt. Uniacke is facing Impaired Driving related charges after a collision in a McDonald's drive-thru early Sunday morning.   Shortly after...

Tide Fest to be a community-centred weekend

LANTZ: This summer, July 14-16, the East Hants Sportsplex will be the home of Tide Fest, a community celebration the first of its’ kind...
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Family members hold memorial for Soldier 100 years after his passing

ELMSDALE: For many of us, the stories of Vimy Ridge feel a lifetime away, as the 100th anniversary of the battle has now come...

Vimy trip provides “special moment” for Riley Stewart

HALIFAX STANFIELD AIRPORT: Riley Stewart will remember her trip to Vimy for the rest of her life. The Stewiacke native, one of the students from...

Walton to benefit from OHV pilot project

WALTON: The president of Fundy ATV believes a decision by the province to introduce a series of pilot projects aimed at boosting off-highway trail...

EHGSAR holds annual Easter Egg Hunt

ENFIELD: The Easter Bunny greeted the throng of kids who came out for the pair of Easter Egg Hunts, hosted by East Hants Ground,...

Halifax District RCMP investigates cabin break and enters

ELDERBANK: Halifax District RCMP is requesting public assistance following two recent break and enters that occurred on Gate Rd.     On April 1, RCMP responded to a break and...
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Police warn of persons lurking in Enfield area

ENFIELD: On April 11, on Concorde Way and Lacey Anne Avenue in Enfield, East Hants RCMP had report from overnight of persons lurking in...

Shubenacadie District recommended for closure

LANTZ: Shubenacadie District Elementary School is being recommended for closure by staff with Chignecto Central Regional School Board (CCRSB). At a special meeting of the...

Protocol in tough times

ENFIELD: When residents see the heavily armoured vehicles from the RCMP’s Emergency Response Team (ERT) in their community, they should know their safety is...